Sleigh Designers Test Santa’s Sleigh

Sleigh Designers Test Santa’s Sleigh

Merry Greetings!

Santa’s sleigh designers have finally put Santa’s new sleigh to the skies. Yesterday they took Santa’s new sleigh out for its first flight.

Reports have come in that the sleigh is large, roomy, but still very agile.

It is too early to tell if this is the kind of sleigh that will set speed records.

So far it has flown with teams of 8, 12 and 15 reindeer. In each case the sleigh went faster and it seemed to perform better than anyone was expecting.

Elf Ernest

Operation Merry Christmas

No Sign of Santa as Thanksgiving Approaches

No Sign of Santa as Thanksgiving Approaches

Howdy!

Thanksgiving is just five days away now and we still have had no sign of Santa returning to the North Pole.

After the failed raid in France a few days ago everyone seems almost afraid to talk about it.

Santa is not here and the Tracking department can’t find him.

That doesn’t mean anything is wrong.

Santa has made a game of this thing. We have heard from him. He is okay. He’s just hiding while the tracking guys try to find him.

That is all.

Trust me. Santa will show up when he needs to show up!

Elf Ernest

Kringle Radio News
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Operation Merry Christmas

Santa Remains Missing After Failed Raid

Santa Remains Missing After Failed Raid

BREAKING NEWS – Elves from North Pole Security launched early this morning from the North Pole and headed for a location in France. There they conducted a raid in a search for Santa.

They did not find him.

Instead they frightened a 54-year old clockmaker who stands just under six feet tall and who wears a long white beard.

“I am NOT Santa Claus!” the man said after elves left him to address the media. “They burst into my home this afternoon singing “We found Santa!” and I’m NOT Santa.”

Red-faced elves in the North Pole Flight Command Center are yet to unlock the doors over there to explain themselves.

Shortly after the elves returned Santa posted a message on the North Pole community website that reads:

“Ho, ho, ho, boys….I’m not in France. Love, Santa”.

Where Santa is at this time remains a mystery. With the official start to Operation Merry Christmas now less than two weeks away elves are getting annoyed that they have not yet been able to locate Santa.

Elf Ernest

Kringle Radio News
. Not in France

Elves Clamor to Search for Santa

Elves Clamor to Search for Santa

Greetings!

Just a day after it was announced that Santa dared his elves to find him somewhere out in the world elves everywhere are now on the prowl.

Here at the North Pole elves are on their computers, talking to friends and relatives around the world, spreading the word about the search for Santa.

Santa doesn’t want to be found – because he wants his elves to look for him. He wants to improve search capabilities at the North Pole Flight Command Center just in case something ever does happen to him.

So there’s a little game going on right now of hide-and-seek.

Have you seen an elf posting online – someone looking for Santa?

Please tell us if you do.

Elf Ernest

Santa Challenges Elves to Find Him

Santa Challenges Elves to Find Him

Huge, Holy-Cow Breaking North Pole news kids!

Santa is safe and he’s not messing around.

The mystery of “Where is Santa?” hasn’t quite been solved but now we know for sure why Santa is gone and why nobody can find him.

Officials at the Flight Command Center today say that last week Santa contacted them and challenged the elves there to try to find him. In fact, he dared them to do it.

Santa said he is fine, he feels great and he’s excited for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

But he won’t tell anyone where he is and he wants the Flight Command Center to use all their resources to try to find him.

Santa is concerned that if he ever was lost or in danger that maybe the North Pole didn’t have the skills or the ability to go on a Santa hunt.

So he made up this whole thing to “get lost” – to see if his elves could find him!

It’s an interesting time. Halloween is a major holiday at the North Pole and we all take the day off. But it is also an important day because Santa says that’s the big marker on the calendar for when we really have to step on the gas to get ready for Christmas Eve.

Will the elves tend to their Christmas work plans? Or will they dedicate all their time in the search now for Santa?

And I have to wonder what your part will be in this as well. I wonder what the elves might as you to do in the coming days and weeks to help find Santa.

Stay tuned! These are interesting times at the North Pole.

Elf Ernest

Kringle Radio News
. Santa Lost