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Kyle Seager’s press conference

Mariner Kyle Seager agreed to a seven-year, $100 million contract extension with Seattle

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Craig Terrill – Seahawks Radio Network

Craig Terrill from the Seahawks Radio Network joins us to look ahead to the Eagles game.

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Curt Kramme – Lynden HS football

Lynden High School football coach Curt Kramme comes on to preview Saturday’s state championship game against Sedro-Woolley in Tacoma Dome.

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Pee Wee Halsell – WWU cross country coach

Western Viking cross country coach Pee Wee Halsell joins us from Kentucky to talk about the upcoming national championship and Viking star Katelyn Steen’s chances for title.

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Sekou Smith – NBA.com

Sekou Smith from NBA.com joins us to talk Kevin Durant’s return and the red hot Blazers and more

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Michael Koenen – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Ferndale’s own Michael Koenen from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers tells us about he and Jake Locker’s latest business venture in Whatcom County.

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers for another round of Good Question.

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Ryan Divish – The Seattle Times

Ryan Divish from the Seattle Times joins us to talk more about Nelson Curz coming to Seattle

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Monday Evening Quarterback

We re-cap yesterday in the NFL with Monday Evening Quarterback

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Bud Nameck – WSU Radio Network

Bud Nameck from the Washington State Cougar radio network joins us to look ahead to Saturday’s Apple Cup.

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Senate policy may reduce partisan squabbling on social media

A sidewalk outside the Legislative building is bustling with people on the first day of the 2014 session of the Washington state Legislature, Monday, Jan. 13, 2014, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash.

A new Senate policy is attempting to reduce lawmakers' partisan squabbling on social media sites such as Twitter.

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