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Sid Hartman is a longtime sports journalist for the Minneapolis Star Tribune and WCCO 830 AM known for exploiting his wide range of insider contacts in the sports world (his "close personal friends"), but yet also displaying a coarse personality. These attributes lead him to be much-loved and much-hated at the same time. Hartman first penned a column in the Minneapolis Daily Times on September 11, 1945, and continues to report six decades later. He is recognized as the dean of area sports reporters. His son, Chad Hartman , also has a radio show on area sports station KFAN.
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