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Best Radio Station: 106.9 The Eagle

Location: Fargo

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106.9 The Eagle has been named Best Radio Station in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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Avid radio listeners are forever seeking that station that has everything they want — just set it and forget it. In the Fargo-Moorhead region, that’s 106.9 The Eagle.

Listeners can start their day with “Bo Janssen In the Morning with Jessie Aamodt.” In his station biography, Janssen, a Minnesota State Moorhead graduate, states he has “spent zillions of hours behind the mic in the Red River Valley.” He also notes that he “is also a former astronaut, part-time Calvin Klein underwear model, and frequent pathological liar.” Aamodt and her family are Red River Valley lifers and radio “is a perfect fit for the girl whose teachers wrote ‘talks too much’ on every school report card.

Jay is the man for weekday afternoons, and it’s always greatest hits music, including weekend shows featuring Casey Kasem, Scott Shannon, Gary Bryan and Kid Kelly.

  • Second place: Big 98.7 FM (KLTA)
  • Third place: Life 97.9
  • Fourth place: 95.9 Radio Free Fargo (KRFF)
  • Fifth place: Bob 95 FM (KBVB)

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