Jim Reimler

Jim Reimler

WNAX Middays - reimler@wnax.com

Jim has been a part of "Your Big Friend In The Midwest" since October of 1989. You know, back in the days when people still had VCR's and told time by looking at their wrist watches. He started in the 6pm to Midnight slot spinning country music records. Today you can find him on the air or streaming live on the internet from 9am-Noon. Jim and his wife Kathryn live in Yankton with their two beautiful daughters Willa and Margaret. In their spare time they...ohhh wait, they don’t have any spare time. Did we mention they have two young girls?

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Thursday, March 20, 201403/20/2014

Best Pizza…state by state.

This is making me VERY hungry….ROAD TRIP!! See the list here.

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Wednesday, March 19, 201403/19/2014

New Break Room…..

Lots of construction at the radio station these days.  Here is the new “smokers” lounge.

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Monday, February 17, 201402/17/2014

Fun House Features

I’m a radio announcer, not a bio-chemical engineer and so enjoying the photos is as far as I’ll ever get!…

Recent Headlines

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Cold Weather Delays Field Work

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Spring fieldwork is off to a late start. University of Minnesota Extension Climatologist Mark Seeley this is the result of…

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Change Coming To Nebraska State Fair Ticket Purchases

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There's a change to the Nebraska State Fair concert series this year: no lines, no waiting and no wristbands.

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Weiland Finishes Statewide Tour

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South Dakota democratic Senate candidate Rick Weiland made a stop in Hudson yesterday, making it the final stop in his statewide tour.

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Missing Girls’ Deaths An Accident

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The over forty year old case of two missing Vermillion girls has been closed.

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Fewer Deer Being Donated

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The number of deer donated to an Iowa Department of Natural Resources program that uses the meat to feed the hungry in the state dropped by 15-percent this year.