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. Took a break from radio from 1993 to 2006. I then came here in December 2006 and moved up to afternoons in 2007. Then did early mornings from 2008-2013. And 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 an 1840s buck skinner at various Rendezvous around the state. I enjoy talking to people about our stations so feel free to share comments.
Burnsville Woman Charged After Alleged Assault On 9 Month Old
First degree felony assault charges were placed on 33 year old Mei Yen Lam of Burnsville after authorities say she inflicted serious injuries on a 9 month old boy she was taking care of.
Falcon Girls Try Hard But Fall To Red Wing 57-50
The Falcons got on the board first but Red Wing came around and the Falcons were a little slow to get up to full speed. There were 5 lead changes before the Wingers took the lead for good.
Community Rallies Around Fired Longtime Volleyball Coach
As Gordy Kosfeld you Monday, Franz Boelter, longtime volleyball head coach at Bethlehem Academy in Faribault was fired on Friday, based upon accusations by some students of 'stories of mental abuse.' He has been at the school for 25 years and has a record of over 700 wins. He was also the …
Another Successful Ruth’s House Event
The Faribault American Legion was once again the home of the 15th annual fundraising event for Ruth’s House, which offers transitional housing for women and children who’ve experienced domestic violence or abuse.
Truckers May Have New Way To Find Places To Sleep
New technology coming to help truckers find a place to rest.
Shattuck-St. Mary’s Represented At The Olympics
It's underway in PyeongChang, South Korea. The 2018 winter Olympics. Athletes from all over the world are trying to get those gold medals.
Fishing, Food And Fun On Winter Walleye Connection
31 people returned from Ballard's resort on Thursday afternoon(19 from Faribault and 12 from Rochester area.
Ballard’s Winter Walleye Connection Report
The first day of fishing a little slow on Tuesday. Hopefully better on Wednesday. Hope tp have a few more pictures for you Wednesday. It's really cold and tough to shoot a lot outside.
Falcons Send Packers, Packing Win 58-33
Back in December, the Falcons were down a few players and loss to Austin. Friday night the Falcons got out to a 27-8 lead at the half.
South Central College Foundation Fundraiser On AM Minnesota
South Central College Foundation Executive Director Shelly Rockman and former Rice County Sheriff Dick Cook, Foundation Board President stopped by the KDHL Studio Friday to give us details about the 2017-2018 Fund Drive. Scholarships: Start something Amazing.