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Past Episodes: August 2012 Archives

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Behind Enemy Lines

Kelly Kohlert, from Regina, used to call himself a Rider fan.
But that was before his son, Rory became a Winnipeg Blue Bomber receiver.
Now with the big rivalry coming to a head this Sunday--what colour will he wear at the game? He's even considered sewing both jerseys together.
Craig talks to Kelly about what it's like to don a blue jersey... especially on Labour Day weekend.

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Photo via Twitter-- a billboard in Winnipeg advertising for fans headed to next weekend's Banjo Bowl.
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Ridergirl Returns to Sask

Meet Ridergirl-- otherwise known as Colleen Sutton.

Her one-woman show, "Rider Girl" is playing Thursday and Friday at the Artesian in Regina. But she's already had rave reviews in Winnipeg... that's right, Bomberville, MB.

We chatted with her before her first show hit the Queen City... and she shows Craig just what she knows (and loves) about the riders.

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Orange Zone Safety

Josh Safronetz is with HJR Asphalt, the company that employed Ashley Dawn Richards. Ashley was a flag person working on a highway construction site near Midale who was struck and killed by motorist. Josh spoke with Premier Brad Wall today, and he shares with The Afternoon Edition's Craig Lederhouse what was said in that conversation.


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