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MyTalk 107 cuts Colleen Kruse, Chris Reuvers talk show team

Hubbard Broadcasting's MyTalk 107 is cutting the program featuring popular Twin Cities comedian Colleen Kruse and sidekick Chris Reuvers. The two were the remaining team from the show originally referred to as Colleen and the Boys.
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Hubbard Broadcasting's MyTalk 107 is cutting the program featuring popular Twin Cities comedian Colleen Kruse and sidekick Chris Reuvers. The two were the remaining team from the show originally referred to as Colleen and the Boys.

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