Hi! I’m Kelly! I have been part of the team since 2008 and have had a lot of fun in that time. Prior to that, I worked for a small town radio station and had a just for fun college radio show with friends. I’m a Faribault High School grad and hold a bachelors degree from the University of Minnesota Morris. When I’m not working, I love spending time with family and friends, walking my dog, checking out great local events, spending time outdoors, cheering for the Twins, and taking in as much live music as I can. Thanks for listening!
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All Welcome at Night To Unite
The annual Night to Unite event in Faribault will be the evening of August 1. Formerly called National Night Out, the event hopes to bring communities together. Each year, there are typically more than a dozen registered parties throughout Faribault. The block parties will each receive visits from l…
Rice County Fair Recap
The Rice County Fair was last week, and as always, there was fun for everyone! To relive the highlights, check out these fun pictures from the fair!
Ridiculously Huge Trophy Revealed
Bragging rights to make any car enthusiast green with envy and one ridiculously huge, custom made, one-of-a-kind trophy specially crafted for the second annual Faribault Main Street Car Cruise Night Car Club Showdown are all on the line August 18 from 6-9PM in downtown Faribault, but car enthusiasts…
Rice County Fair Beer Garden Entertainment
The Rice County Fair is underway, and if you are looking for a toe-tapping time, or a cold beverage, the place to be is the beer gardens, which has no cover charge. There are plenty of fun things to do, both free and paid, including the entertainment in the beer garden if you are of age.
Faribault Business Handles Death of Employee with Rare Compassion
The loss of a coworker is difficult. It may not be a family member or close friend, but it is someone you see on a daily basis, and their loss can be a difficult time for the entire company. One Faribault business handled the loss of a member of their team in an admirable way.
Hammer Home Fun At The Fair
The formula is easy: a handful of ladies, hammers, a board, and nails, but the outcome is always a fun time. The Rice County Fair starts today and runs through July 23, bringing plenty of fun, including the annual KDHL Ladies’ Nail Driving Contest!
Faribault Brand Gains National Recognition
The Faribault Woolen Mill Co. was honored yesterday with the chance to set up a display in Washington, D.C., for a Made in America event showcasing American-made products.
Music Monday July 17: Bobby Wills
It’s Music Monday! Each week I share something that I am currently listening to and think you might enjoy. It could be an old tried and true favorite, or something I have just discovered.
Red Cross Faces Critical Blood Shortage
Summer weather and busy schedules might be partly to blame, but the Red Cross reports that there are 61,000 fewer donations than needed currently.