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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.

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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Meditation and Me

With the Lenten season almost upon us, I’m reminded again how terribly bad I’ve been lately at sacrificing or “giving up” things for Lent.  (Never mind New Year’s resolutions which are pretty much out of the question. Forgetaboutit.) But about … Continue reading

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My Acting Career (So Far)

Opening night is coming up.  The Fire Hall Theatre’s production of Guys on Ice opens February 12 in Grand Forks.  Foolishly enough perhaps, the theatre people have asked me to be a part of it. Without giving away too much, … Continue reading

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Ruttger’s @100

A letter arrived in our snail mail the other day.  It was from Randy and Tina Ruttger, the third generation owners and operators of Ruttger’s Birchmont Lodge on Lake Bemidji.  It was not unexpected.  We get one every year.  So … Continue reading

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Escape or Die

One of the more interesting people I’ve been introduced to through my work in television is escape artist Dean Gunnarson.  Also, one of the nicest. I met Dean in his hometown of Winnipeg on the Halloween anniversary of his first … Continue reading

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