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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.

 
 
KOTA TERRITORY NEWS

Penn. Co. Register of Deeds race gets ugly over Facebook disclaimer
Jordan Mason blames Donna Mayer for a legal notice that he received regarding his campaign Facebook page.

Rapid City police investigate double stabbing
The two stabbing victims, a 23-year-old and 26-year-old, are being treated for serious injuries.

Proposed mine in Bear Lodge District draws concern from locals
The Black Hills National Forest and the mining company Rare Elements Resources put on an informational meeting today to discuss their proposed plan to begin mining on land 12 miles north of Sundance, Wyoming.

Alaska man enters guilty plea to aggravated incest in Pennington County
His case was about to go to trial, but Wednesday morning an Alaska man decided to plea guilty to aggravated incest. Steven Amy, 48, admitted to raping a girl under the age of 18. The rape happened back in October, 2012 while he was on vacation in Pennington County. Amy faces up to 15 years in prison. A sentencing date has not been set.

Wrongful death lawsuit filed by widow to be heard in Sioux Falls
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) _ A federal judge is hearing arguments in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the widow of a South Dakota State Penitentiary guard slain by inmates three years ago. Lynette Johnson alleges that lackadaisical behavior by state prison officials enabled Rodney Berget and Eric Robert to kill her husband, Ronald Johnson, during a failed escape attempt in April 2011. The state Department of Corrections has asked that the lawsuit be dismissed. U.S. District Judge Lawrence Pi...