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Well, the Iowa Caucuses are finally over. And Matt-Man and Jayman are here to provide you with the best and most in depth analysis of not just the caucus results, but of Iowa itself. We'll cover the good, the bad, the ugly and the sexy when it comes to Iowa, or as we like to call it "East Nebraska." And, of course we might meander off into other areas such as the NFL playoffs as we do tend to get a little distracted from time to time. So, join us and even call in and let us know
Willard Romney won the Iowa GOP caucus by just 8 votes. The race had shaped up as a two-way dead heat between Romney and Rick Santorum with Iowa GOP chairman Strawn announcing Romney’s victory shortly after 1:30 a.m. The final vote total for Romney was 30,015 to Santorum’s 30,007. Total votes cast: 122,255. The Iowa caucuses delivered a virtual tie for first place between Romney and Santorum, with Romney ahead by just eight votes.Politico This special presentation was hosted
Please join us as we launch Moving Train Radio with our premier episode. Thank you to all who listened to and participated in our test runs. Wednesday night we will be discussing Tuesday night's State Of The Union Address and the recent 2014 Iowa caucuses with special guest Laura Hubka, Democratic candidate for State Representative in Iowa's 51st District. Wednesday, January 29th, 8:00pm EST / 7:0pm CST
Meet Sam Clovis, our network's choice as the Senate candidate in the Iowa primary and listen with Laura Schneberger as she discusses the federal land grabs with a conservative view. Phone call ins welcome.
On this week’s episode of K9SK, we will be talking with Brianna Minshew of Rome, GA. She has 3 border collies, Knox and Roy are pure bred and Pistol is her little rescue puppy. Brianna has been competing in various dog sports with Knox since 2012 and Roy since late 2013. Knox is a 4 year old male who is very accomplished in the sport of dock diving. Knox won his very first competition with a jump of 27 feet 8 inches at only 1.5 years old. Knox also won his 2nd competition at Stone Mountain with a jump of 26 feet 5 inches and got invited to the 2012 Dock Dogs World Championships in Dubuque, Iowa. Knox has won almost all of the competitions we have entered. He loves the water and loves to jump. At the DDWW Championships, Knox placed 6th overall in the Super Elite Division. He also won top ranked Border Collie of 2012. Knox’s biggest accomplishments have been at the Purina Pro Plan Incredible Dog Challenge events. In 2013 we got invited to compete at the Eastern Regionals in St. Petersburg, Fl. Knox won 2nd place with a 29 foot 10 inch jump. The 1st and 2nd place competitors were so close in distance they both got invited to compete in the Nationals at Purina Farms in Gray Summit. Missouri. At the finals Knox jumped 28 feet 1 inch to take home 5th place. We were discouraged but we wanted to try for 1st place next year so this April Knox and she drove to Centennial Park in Atlanta, GA and did the qualifiers for the Eastern Regionals diving dog event on Friday. Knox jumped a 29 foot 11 inch jump to qualify for 1st to come back the next day for the finals. On Saturday Knox jumped in the 30 foot range all day and ended up winning 1st place with a 30 foot 7 inch jump. He now holds the record for longest jump at the Eastern Regionals. We will be traveling back to Purina Farms on September 26-27 to compete in the Nationals and hopefully take home another big win.
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Terry Wahls will be discussing her history and experience with multiple sclerosis.
Dr. Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa where she teaches internal medicine residents, sees patients with traumatic brain injuries, and conducts clinical trials. She is also a patient with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis, which confined her to a tilt-recline wheelchair for 4 years. Using her own Wahls Protocol™ based on functional medicine and the Wahls Paleo™ diet, Dr. Wahls restored her health and now pedals her bike 5 miles to work each day. She is the author of The Wahls Protocol: How I Beat Progressive MS Using Paleo Principles and Functional Medicine and teaches the public and medical community about the healing power of intensive nutrition.
Grudge (drag) racing from the midwest. Indiana Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan.
Larry Johnson, born in 1945 in Natchez, MS, is the author of Veins (David Robert Books, 2009) and has published poems in many magazines, such as New Orleans Review, The Iowa Review, Chronicles, and Town Creek poetry. He received the second MFA in Poetry ever given at the University of Arkansas. In the fall of 3006 he read a selection of his poems at the Library of Congress. He lives in Raleigh, NC, and teaches at Wake Technical Community College.
First test run for Wake Up Knoxville. This show is due to air May 1 for it's premiere. It is based on local current events from Knoxville, Iowa and will run Monday thru Friday.
We will discuss local sports, news and have guest daily to give you the most accurate information that is possible straight from the guest and our staff.
We will alos provide weather, announments and have weekly prizes. Watch for more information via facebook, twitter and other social media.
Triple award winning author. Writes entertaining mystery, romantic heart. Ballroom dance, blogger, freelance copy editor
Education: Bachelor of Arts in journalism, University of Minnesota; and Juris Doctorate, University of Minnesota. Military: United States Army, two years, seven months, eight days. Edited U.S. Army Recruting Magazine; served 19 months in Republic of Korea, six months as official United Nations Command reporter for truce talks at Panmumjom, DMZ, Korea.
Family: late wife Dorothy; son, Adam; daughter, Elizabeth. Hobbies: Social ballroom dancing, book clubs, one apple tree.
Interests: Freelance book editing; blogger, www.abodytobones.blogspot.com.
Interesting fact: Like many journalism graduates he dreamed of writing “The Great American Novel.” He started it after college graduation, then marriage, two kids, and work (i.e. “life”) intervened. In 2008 found a green folder with 53 pages of his original novel in filing cabinet. Retired, he set out to and did finish “A Body To Bones, First Skeleton Series Mystery” and it was published in 2009. (See separate “Winners Circle” press release for listing of novels. The list does not include a short story “Amanda” published February 2014 or “Adolph’s Gold,” a novel-length mystery released March 13, 2014. This makes a total of five novels and one short story collection in addition to “Amanda.”He was featured by the Iowa City (Iowa) Press-Citizen in 2010 as “someone you should know” for his worthy contributions to his profession and the community.
Residence: A native of Ireland, he has lived in the Illinois/Iowa Quad Cities since 1989. After two decades as a corporate executive for a national newspaper chain, a national food service management corporation and an international chemical corporation, he practiced law in his own firm for fifteen years. Bio03-2014