Jay Caldwell is the host of the WJON Morning News Watch, 5-10 weekday mornings. The program focuses on interaction with listeners both on air and online about what concerns them in Central Minnesota. Jay and his wife reside in St. Cloud and have since 1998. They raised their 2 boys who are now off to college starting their own adventures. Please tune in to the Morning News Watch for the latest news, sports, weather, entertainment and so much more.
SCSU Volleyball Has High Hopes Heading to NCAAs [AUDIO]
The St. Cloud State volleyball team will play in the NCAA Division II volleyball tournament for a 4th straight season starting Thursday at 5 p.m. in St. Paul against Central Missouri.
Central MN Schools Adjust to New Shot Clock Rule
The girls basketball season is underway and the boys will be starting soon. This year will look a bit different with shot clocks in use for all varsity games. Cathedral Activities Director and President of the St. Cloud Officials Association Emmett Keenan joined me on WJON.
High School Sports Results Tuesday November 28
Boys Hockey: Cathedral 4, Providence Academy 3 Hutchinson 4, River Lakes 3 Sauk Rapids-Rice 9, Becker-Big Lake 5 (Senior Teagan Dodge and sophomore Elijah Fitch each had 3 goals, and 3 assists to lead Sauk Rapids-Rice and sophomore Chase Hiltner added a goal and 1 assist for the Storm)...
Vikings Could Make a Move at Quarterback
The Vikings lost 12-10 Monday night to the Chicago Bears to drop to 6-6 on the season. Josh Dobbs threw 4 interceptions in the loss and talk of replacing him with either Nick Mullens or Jaren Hall has picked up.
Girls Basketball, Boys Hockey Starting Today For Many Schools
The winter sports schedule is really picking up today with many girls basketball and boys hockey teams starting their seasons. Girls hockey has been going on for the past couple weeks.
Twins Planning Caravan Stop in St. Cloud in January
The Twins Winter Caravan will be making a stop in St. Cloud Monday January 29. The event will take place at Rivers Edge Convention in the Glen Carlson room. The guest list will be announced soon.
Why St. Cloud Schools Have This Cell Phone Policy
Starting this school year St. Cloud School District 742 isn't allowing elementary and middle school students to have cell phones on their person when school is in session. Superintendent Laurie Putnam joined me on WJON.
SCSU Hockey Take a Loss and a Tie vs. Michigan [GALLERY]
The St. Cloud State men's hockey team lost 2-0 to #14 Michigan Friday night before skating to a 3-all tie Saturday night. The Huskies are 8-5-1 and are off until December 8-9 when they play at Omaha.
Stewartville Too Much For Annandale in State Title Game
Annandale lost 43-13 to Stewartville Saturday in the Class 3-A State Football Championship game at the Prep Bowl in Minneapolis at U.S. Bank Stadium. The game was tied at 7 after 1 quarter but Stewartville took a 14-7 lead in the 2nd quarter and never looked back.
How and Why People Settled in St. Wendel, MN
Every small town has a story and this is the story of St. Wendel. St. Wendel is an unincorporated town located north of St. Joseph, Avon and Holdingford in St. Wendel township in Stearns County.
Why There Are Yellow Hydrants in St. Cloud
The majority of hydrants in St. Cloud are red fire hydrants. Recently St. Cloud has added some blue hydrants along Cooper Avenue and there are also yellow fire hydrants in some locations in the city.
How Not to Be a Victim While Shopping
This weekend is a big weekend for shopping and Alicia Mages from Waite Park P.D. and Tri-County Crimestoppers has some suggestions so you don't become a victim.