Jamie Nash


Paul James


Paul has been in radio now for almost 17 years, 12 of which have been at The Eagle. Prior to working on-air in the Black Hills, Paul started his radio career on a small AM station in North Dakota broadcasting high school sports including basketball, football and baseball. He then moved on to KOLY in Mobridge, followed by afternoons on The Eagle. In August of 2003, he then assumed Program Director responsibilities at The Eagle he joins Jim Kallas in the morning as the other half of the Eagle Country Wakeup.


Will a republican revolt unseat frontrunner Mike Rounds?
South Dakota has always been a red state. And with the republican primary coming up in June, voters are starting to take a closer look at the candidates for the senate seat being vacated by retiring U.S.

ND town reacts after sex offender moves in from SD
The City Council in the southeastern North Dakota community of Hankinson has given initial approval to a sex offender ordinance after an offender moved to town from South Dakota.

Attorney questions Rapid City's texting ban ordinance
Robbie Rohl, attorney at DeMersseman Jensen Teelinghuisen & Huffman, LLP, says this gives police another reason to stop motorists and it violates citizens' rights.

SD jailer set for September trial on rape charge
A South Dakota jailer accused of raping a female inmate is scheduled to stand trial in early September.

A Brief History of Duhamel Broadcasting Enterprises
Duhamel Broadcasting Enterprises operates 4 full-power TV stations and five radio stations.