The morning show hosts have a special guest call in from Switzerland to describe Suisse Day and together they experience shamanic trance healing.
President Linton shares personal update about throat and tongue cancer diagnosis, k-staters invited to share support for linton
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Manhattan, KS - President Richard Linton updated students and faculty of Kansas State University in a K-State Today Special Issue that he has been diagnosed with throat and tongue cancer, which will require him to pursue daily treatments in Kansas City with the KU Cancer Center for the next few months.
A message from the K-State Women's Soccer team & goalkeeper coach Matt Smith for President Linton
This past week, I was diagnosed with throat and tongue cancer, which will require me to pursue daily treatments in Kansas City with the KU Cancer Center for the next few months. This is obviously not how I envisioned starting the fall semester, but it is necessary that I take these steps at this time, as this cancer is treatable and curable. I need to be at my best for this institution — you deserve that from me, and in consultation with my medical team, I also know this is what is best for me and my family.
The neighborhood predator, Solomon Talbert, was on the local police radar ever since Mark lied to the cops. It was a “big little lie” that taught Mark how easy it was to fool police, one that may or may not have inspired Solomon Talbert to track down Mark after all these years. From a child’s perspective, it’s a horror story.
This part of the story is informed by interviews with FBI profiling legend, John Douglas, and a police academy instructor who believes strongly in investigative intuition, Greg Lawson.
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The Swiss celebrated National Switzerland Day and Jackson Berland (former Wildcat 91.9 Programming Director) called in from Switzerland and shared his experience with the hsots of the morning show.
Per Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiss_National_Day it is inspired by the date of the Federal Charter of 1291, Pacte du Rütli, placed in "early August", when "three Alpine cantons swore the oath of confederation" (Schwyz, Uri and Unterwalden), an action which later came to be regarded as the founding of Switzerland." The document is one of several dozen pacts attested for the territory of Switzerland in the period of the mid-13th to mid-14th century. The foundation of the Old Swiss Confederacy had been mostly associated with the Bund of Brunnen of 1315, or with the Rütlischwur, dated to 1307 by Aegidius Tschudi. The Federal Charter of 1291 first assumed great importance in a report by the Federal Department of Home Affairs of 21 November 1889, suggesting a celebration in Bern in 1891 that would combine the city's 700th anniversary with the Confederacy's 600th anniversary. The date of the Federal Charter came to replace the formerly more prominent, traditional date of 8 November Rütlischwur, 1307 in popular consciousness in the 20th century, specifically after the 650th anniversary celebrations of 1941.
It has been an official holiday since 1994, following the acceptance of a federal popular initiative in its favour in 1993.
August 1st is celebrated each year with paper lantern parades, bonfires, hanging strings of Swiss flags, and fireworks.