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November 24, 2017

On Air

Show NameHours On AirDays On AirShow Talent
America in The Morning5a-6aMon-FriGeorge Norry
Morning Show6a-9aMon-FriChris Simon & Scott Haugen
News & Views9a-11aMon-FriJoel Hietkamp
Trading Post11a-12pMon-FriMike Smith
Classic Country Music1p-4pMon-FriScott Haugen
Afternoon Round-Up4p-6pMon-FriDee James
Classic Country Music6p-12aMon-FriOpen
Coast To Coast12a-5aMon-FriGeorge Norry
ABC Perspective6a-7aSaturdayABC News
7th Day Adventist7:40am - 7:55amSaturday7th Day Adventist Church
Rick Jackson's Country Classics8:00am - 11:amSaturdayRick Jackson
Good News7:30amSundayConcordia Lutheran Church
Bethal Home News7:45amSundayBethal Luthern & Rehab Center
Sing For Joy8:00amSunday
Lutheran Hour8:30amSunday
Our Redeemers Church Service9:00amSunday
Lutheran Bretheran Church Service10:00amSunday
First Lutheran Service11:00amSunday

Talent Bios

Chris Simon – Mondak Morning News

Chris grew up in a broadcast family, his father Jim a former vice president of news for CBS taught Chris the ropes during his teens at the family radio station, KGOE in Thousand Oaks, California.  Following graduation, Chris went on to play music at KYA in San Francisco, then he served as a news anchor at a Merv Griffin radio station in Hartford Connecticut, WPOP.  On holiday in his native California in 1986 he applied for work at all news KFWB and was hired on the spot to join the stations army of reporters.  A year later Chris was hired as an anchor/reporter at cross town rival CBS owned KNX AM, where he worked until 1992, at which time he joined ABC radio news as resident correspondent for Sarajevo Bosnia, covering the Balkan war through it’s conclusion and reconstruction.  Chris took a brief hiatus from radio from 2000 through 2005 when he joined the US State Department working as a communications specialist and educator for USAID in Sarajevo and Kiev Ukraine.   Chris rejoined ABC as resident correspondent in Moscow from 2007 through 2008 when marriage brought him back to the United States, settling down in his new wife’s home town of Minneapolis, where he joined WCCO AM as an anchor and reporter.  Chris joined KEYZ news radio as News Director in June 2014 directly from WCCO, hoping to bring his unique story telling writing technique and experience to benefit the growing Northwest North Dakota market.  He enjoys boating, cooking, old movies and spending time with his son Aiden, who goes to Rickard School in Williston.​  Chris is the recipient of numerous AP awards and 2013 Edward R Murrow award for large mid western stations for his reporting on the Duluth floods.  His older brother Jim Avila is the National correspondent for ABC TV, and younger brother is a reporter for the NBC TV affiliate in San Antonio Texas.

Scott Haugen

I stared my radio career in the fall of 1995 working at KEYZ. Since that time, I have had the opportunity to do this great job and work with outstanding talent. There is not a day that goes by that I don’t look forward to coming to work! Thank you for listening, and for letting me be a small part of your day!

Dee James

My professional radio career began in 1983 in southern Illinois. Since 2007, I have worked in the News/Talk format as a news anchor/reporter and talk show host. I am a graduate of Southern Illinois University, with Bachelor degrees in History & Political Science. In 2008, I was awarded “Best Newscast” and in 2009 “Best News Reporter” in a medium market from the Illinois Broadcasters Association.

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