I was born and raised on the north side of Minneapolis. My first radio job was at a Mom and Pop radio station in Aitkin, Minn., where I had duties as the night DJ/janitor and went on to become Program/Sports Director for an AM/FM Combo. I took a break from radio work from 1993 to 2006. I then came here in December 2006 and moved up to afternoons in 2007. I later did early mornings from 2008-2013. I have hosted the morning news hours and done the midday show since then. I am a big Twins and Vikings fan. Basketball and football are my favorite sports to do play by play. I like fishing, especially ice fishing, and I spend a lot of time in playing the part of a 1840s buck skinner at various Rendezvous around the state. I enjoy talking to people about our stations so feel free to share comments.
Fire Wednesday Morning at McNeilus Truck & Manufacturing
According to KAAL TV firefighters were called to Mcneilus Truck and Manufacturing in Dodge Center just before 1 am on Wednesday morning.
A Hot and Stormy Wednesday
The National weather service says a Heat Advisory is in effect for most of central and southern Minnesota this afternoon and evening. Heat indices of 100 to 105
degrees are expected.
degrees are expected.
Free Concert At The Paradise Sunday July 15
For the first time in its twenty-seven year history, the global Songs of Hope performance company will be performing in Faribault’s Paradise Center for the Arts, presenting a single concert on Sunday, July 15, at 7:30 pm.
Fillmore County Man Can Sue Farmer After Hitting Roaming Cow
The Minnesota Court of Appeals said Monday, that a Fillmore County man, Shane Reasner was out driving at night when he hit a black cow that had gotten through a closed pasture gate.
Former Priest Has A New Ministry
Mark Cohen, a former Catholic priest, still works in a church, lives at the priests' house and ministers to the dying.
11 Dogs Die In Transit To Minnesota
On Friday afternoon a van left the Southern Pines Animal Shelter in Mississippi, with 50 dogs bound for Minnesota. About 4 hours into the trip the van was forced to stop and they found 11 dogs had died.
Please Take The Time To Give Blood
There is an urgent need for blood right now. In the summertime when people are out doing more activities, or are away from home.
Two Years Later The Philando Castile Story
A community gathers to heal on a Friday night. Not just any Friday night. It was the 2nd anniversary of the shooting and death of Philando Castile. A Former St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez shot him during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights. Yanez was charged, but a jury cleared him.
Lake Byllesby Regional Park Beach Re-Opens
The City of Northfield has ended the advisory on Cannon River Recreational Use, following the discharge of wastewater into the River Tuesday.
Wopata Takes CAC Job Steps Down As Coach
Scott Wopata has had a great time coaching soccer at Northfield high school. But a week and a half ago he was offered the job of Executive Director of the Community Action Center in Northfield and he knew in order to take that job, he would have to walk away from coaching the soccer team.