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Himpe, Don & Sam Macaig

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Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - September 2, 2014

HOUR ONE

 

The last couple weeks of final preparations on school supplies, maybe an outfit or two to start the New School Year, and the crying over enforced bedtimes has been leading to this morning and it’s finally here parents, the kids head back to school today!

What a Football game on Sunday! The Rider’s pulled of their tenth Labour Day Classic victory on the weekend taking the Blue Bombers 35-30. The defence was unstoppable while the offense finally seemed to click with the return of Weston Dressler. And the fans sure like the reunited Rider know how much Rider Nation missed him.

Grocery Stores shelves are almost bare in the snack foods section where puddings, and crackers used to be plentiful as the kids head back to school today, we take your shout-outs to those heading back to learn or to teach.

Be sure to slow down in School Zones today as excited kids head back to school today We continues to take your texts to 306-306 for shout-outs as well Warren Woods shares his story of when he was the new kid in class.

A Regina woman is planning to make a formal complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission after being refused service at a barber shop. The owner Ragged Ass Barbers, Craig Zamonsky says the shop will continue to stand behind their policy. This has us wondering about the products you prefer to use that are made for the opposite gender.

Planning on joining the PTA this year? Well this may change your mind. An Irvine couple was indicted by a grand jury Thursday for allegedly planting drugs on a parent volunteer at their child's elementary school. The couple was indicted on charges of conspiracy to procure a false arrest, false imprisonment and conspiracy to falsely report a crime. Prosecutors said the couple was unhappy with the way the victim cared for their son while he was at school. Both are currently free on bail. If convicted, the couple faces up to four years in prison.

HOUR TWO

The kiddies are getting up this morning to head back to school as parents rejoice to have their schedules back to normal. As for the teachers, they are probably nervously waiting for their classrooms to fill up. We continue to take your shout-outs this morning.

Himpe brings you what you missed in the world of news this weekend. BC teachers are off the job today, Joan Rivers is slowly being brought out of a coma after spending the weekend on life support, The Hollywood Hack of 2014 has leaked photos of a number of celebrities online - including Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawerence, and Michael Sam's chances of playing in the NFL are looking more and more slim -- he was cut by the Rams and cleared waivers.

One sign from the Labor Day Classic has quiet the heated conversation going on our Facebook page. The sign reading “Get your Willy out of my Regina” has some people saying it crossed a line, others firing back that if your child knows what the signs “means” you have bigger fish to fry.

It’s time for Tell Me Something Good! We bring you some feel good news stories to help put some pep back in your step on this Monday morning.

John Gormley steps in studio, and we get his back to school memories, what he thought of the Willy sign at the Labour Day Classic and what is coming up on his show today.

Sam brings you the Urban Dictionary Word of the Day!

HOUR THREE

The Mayor joins for his weekly visit to discuss an increase to Regina Transit, his favorite memory of back to school and much more of City Hall.

A Regina woman is planning to make a formal complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission after being refused service at a barber shop. The owner Ragged Ass Barbers, Craig Zamonsky says the shop will continue to stand behind their policy. This has us wondering about the products you prefer to use that are made for the opposite gender.

We take your texts on the products you use that are made for the opposite sex.

Not only were the Saskatchewan Roughriders taking the field on Sunday, Sam competed in Canada’s Strongest Woman and walked away as the 6th Strongest Woman in Canada and THE Strongest Woman on the block that Rocks and Talks. Congrats Sam!

The Labour Day Classic is the most anticipated game thus far for Rider Nation and it was all thanks to the return of Weston Dressler. Dressler said the fan welcome back when he came out of that tunnel was incredible.

It’s time for everybody’s favorite part of the show: What I Learned on the Show Today!

 


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