These games are on this week on the Beaver Radio Network!
Saturday September 21, 2019
BSU Football - Bemidji State at Minnesota Crookston - 11:30AM Pregame
Wednesday September 25, 2019
GGMCS - GGMCS at the Green Mill - 6:00PM
Catch all of the excitement of the NASCAR season on 94.3 The Legends and Talk Radio 106.3 KKBJ
Here's the schedule for the week:
Racing - GoBowling 250 at Richmond Raceway - Friday September 20th, 6:00PM on Talk Radio 1360 KKBJ
Racing - Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond Raceway - Saturday September 21st, 5:30PM on 1300 The Legends
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State and local officials gathered at Bemidji State on Monday to commemorate the groundbreaking of the new Hagg-Sauer Hall. The former Hagg-Sauer building was recently torn down, and plans now call to replace it with a new, smaller version. The university plans to complete construction on the new building within the next year. They say they envision a building that is able to fit the changing needs of the university’s students. Construction will be paid for with funds from a $22.5 million bonding bill that the state approved in 2018.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue on Monday, applauded President Trump’s proclamation making this week National Farm Safety and Health Week. The theme for this year’s National Farm Safety & Health Week is “Shift Farm Safety into High Gear” as a reminder that it is everyone’s responsibility to prioritize safety on the farm and the rural roadways of America. Secretary Perdue said farming is not always the safest profession, but it is all farmers’ responsibility to continue to improve workplace safety and pursue initiatives that create healthier work environments.