Jamie Nash


Paul James


Paul has been in radio now for almost 17 years, 12 of which have been at The Eagle. Prior to working on-air in the Black Hills, Paul started his radio career on a small AM station in North Dakota broadcasting high school sports including basketball, football and baseball. He then moved on to KOLY in Mobridge, followed by afternoons on The Eagle. In August of 2003, he then assumed Program Director responsibilities at The Eagle he joins Jim Kallas in the morning as the other half of the Eagle Country Wakeup.


New Rapid City parking plan proposed
A new parking plan in Rapid City has support from the business community but opposition from members of Friends of Rapid City Parks.

Man sentenced for using 2-year-old as a shield
The man who used his 2-year-old daughter as a shield to avoid being arrested will spend nearly two decades in prison.

Bison reintroduction on the Pine Ridge Reservation may displace ranch families
Eight months ago the Oglala Sioux tribe leaders passed an ordinance to allow bison to roam the southern portion of the reservation once again, but that means some producers will have to part with their land.

Union County remains match teens missing since 1971
Law enforcement have been looking for Cheryl Miller and Pamela Jackson since they disappeared on May 29, 1971, on their way to a party.

An iconic motorcycle dealership is returning to Sturgis
The owner of the new location, Bruce Eide, who has a dealership in Sioux Falls, says Polaris Industries purchased rights to Indian Motorcycle three years ago.