In 1981, Don Wilson established Wilson Advertising. In August 1989, he founded the Kokomo Perspective, a weekly newspaper focused almost solely on reporting Howard County events and their impact on local residents. Over the past 20 years, the Perspective has grown to become the most dominant media sources in Howard County, according to the most recent market surveys.
"The new guys need to see the rhythm and the tempo and also understand that when I’m out there, everything is up,” the Packers quarterback says.
Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos said Monday on his monthly radio show there's a structure in place to make sure the athletic department avoids problems like what's currently plaguing Ohio State and Maryland.
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