MIDDAY-MidwestDigest-09-27-17

Steve Alexander fills in for Max Armstrong and talks about the importance of mail carriers. (audio)

Steve Alexander fills in for Max Armstrong.

Hackers who couldn’t hack straight. They may not have hacked into Wisconsin state voter database afterall. They may have tried to hack into Wisconsin, but hacked into another state’s records by mistake.

Soybean and corn harvest has begun in South Dakota where 1% corn crop and $5 of bean crop has been harvested.

In 1961, Dick and Mary Cabela hashed out plan to sell fishing lures at furniture store in Nebraska. The end of Cabela’s has come as Bass Pro Shops bought it out.

The U.S. Mail isn’t what it used to be, but where would some of us be without our regular mail carriers? A regular mail carrier noticed a customer wasn’t picking up his mail and called state police. The police broke in and found the man had fallen and was severely injured. He’s alive, thanks to his mail carrier.

Illinois residents encouraging residents to take part in hurricane safety drill next month. Drop to hands and knees, cover head and hang on.

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