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About Terry Dullum

Terry Dullum is a North Dakota native and a graduate of the University of North Dakota. Currently, he is the anchor and producer of WDAZ News @5. He is also a popular speaker throughout the region.

A Southern Life

Hundreds of books have been written about Elvis Presley.  Yes, hundreds.  I’ve read quite a few, including what many consider to be the definite two-volume Elvis biography, Peter Guralnick’s two-volume Last Train to Memphis and Careless Love. But here are … Continue reading

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Gone Fishing

If it’s Lent, that must mean fish dinners, right? There are a bunch of them throughout the region.  I got the chance to help serve the one at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Grand Forks last evening. Earlier in the … Continue reading

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Raise Your Paws

Once again this year, we’ll be hosting Raise Your Paws For Pets.  It’s always a lot of fun.  Hope you’ll be able to join us. For information: (701) 775-3732.

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The Voice That Taught Us How To Listen

I listen to Frank Sinatra’s voice almost every day of my life, mostly in my car.  I don’t know what would happen to be if I didn’t. I’ve been a Sinatra fan since I was a teenager.  Like great classical … Continue reading

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Zombie Empire

Remember  the Sony Pictures hacking scandal a few weeks back? Hackers released a ton of confidential data belonging to Sony Pictures Entertainment, including personal information about Sony employees, their salaries and whatnot.  It provided a glimpse of who was doing … Continue reading

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The Guys and Me

Another full house and a standing ovation for the final performance of Guys on Ice last night at the Fire Hall Theatre in Grand Forks. It was a great finish to a very fun run. In eleven performances and a … Continue reading

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Presidential Sit-downs

For what it’s worth, Kerstin Kealy’s interview with President Obama today is not exactly a first for the station. Former WDAY-TV anchor Marv Bossart was one of several local television reporters to conduct a sit-down interview with President Reagan at … Continue reading

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Earl

Ginny & I were terribly saddened to learn of the passing of Earl Williams today, one of WDAY Radio’s best and brightest.  Earl is probably best known as one half of the Earl & Don Show on WDAY, Don being … Continue reading

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Talking About Myself

Not everybody gets to spend an hour talking about himself in front of a roomful of strangers.  But every year, I get to. Each week second-year medical students at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences in Grand Forks … Continue reading

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On Thin Ice

So, we’re doing this thing. It’s called “Guys on Ice.” It’s a fairly new musical comedy about ice fishing in Wisconsin. It has some great scenes and songs in it. Not being an actor/singer/dancer-type, the nice people at the Fire … Continue reading

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