Mabel Louise, heard live Tuesday morning at 11:15 on wwib.
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
For 12 years Wiley Petersen took life by the horns as a very successful professional bull rider on the PBR circuit. Then when he got tired of the aches and pains of trying to harness a 2 ton bull he went an entirely different direction becoming a Physician's Assistant. Fort Hall Idaho native Wiley Petersen joins Greg on Sports and Commentary to visit about the career change and his faith. Part 1 of a 4 part series.
Looking ahead to October's "Domestic Violence Awareness Month," and the alarming fact that one in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime, Allstate's Caitlin Canon brings us up to speed on the Unique Boutique Trunk Show coming up Oct. 12th from 10am-6pm at Mood Boutique, 230 Main St. East in Menomonie. Plus, Caitlin fills us in on the Benefit for the Bridge to Hope and the Donation Drive for the Purple Purse, which seeks to create long-term safety and security for survivors of domestic violence through financial empowerment. In advance of the event, our WWIB/WOGO studios are a drop off location, as folks are encouraged to bring in gently used purses, backpacks, and suitcases.