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I grew up in Hibbing, MN. (No. I don’t know Kevin McHale. But I did graduate with his sister.) I played sports video games on the old Atari system and that developed into an interest in doing sports play-by-play. After a year at the University of MN and a year at Brown Institute I landed in South Dakota. Two years later I made my way back to the State of Hockey. I started working at KRFO during the aftermath of the Halloween Blizzard of 1991. Covering home games is easy. I enjoy following the Huskies on the road as often as possible. (It’s kind of a goal of mine to get into a new gym or arena each year.) I won’t pick a favorite sport here. So let me just say that the variety of my job is a highlight. Football, volleyball, basketball, hockey, wrestling, baseball, softball, and a little soccer. I play all those great Oldies on AM 1390 every day, but I’m really a fan of the country music on Kat Kountry 105. My wife is Chris. Our children are Cynthia (student at Wisconsin-Eau Claire) and Aaron (sophomore in high school).
DNR conservation officers were joined by the U.S. Coast Guard and Goodhue County Sheriff’s Department on Wednesday to announce the kick-off of Operation Dry Water, a national campaign aimed at deterring drinking and boating. Pictured from left: Goodhue County sheriff’s deputies Jordan Winberg and Tyler Riegelman; DNR conservation officers Jason Peterson, Adam Block and Jackie Glaser; and U.S. Coast Guard Boatswain Mate 1st Class John Clarke. Photo courtesy of Minnesota DNR
DNR conservation officers were joined by the U.S. Coast Guard and Goodhue County Sheriff’s Department on Wednesday to announce the kick-off of Operation Dry Water, a national campaign aimed at deterring drinking and boating. Pictured from left: Goodhue County sheriff’s deputies Jordan Winberg and Tyler Riegelman; DNR conservation officers Jason Peterson, Adam Block and Jackie Glaser; and U.S. Coast Guard Boatswain Mate 1st Class John Clarke. Photo courtesy of Minnesota DNR
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Minnesota DNR Kicks Off Operation Dry Water

As part of a national campaign to deter drunken boating, the Department of Natural Resources will conduct an extra enforcement period from June 26-28.

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Pequin, a 4-year-old blue heeler, was rescued in Owatonna by Candace Smith and reunited with his owner, who lives in Northfield. Pequin had been missing since mid-February. Submitted photo
Pequin, a 4-year-old blue heeler, was rescued in Owatonna by Candace Smith and reunited with his owner, who lives in Northfield. Pequin had been missing since mid-February. Submitted photo
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Dog Tracked Down in Owatonna, Reunited with Northfield Owner After Four Months Away

We may never know how Pequin spent his late winter and early spring, but he found enough food and shelter to be in excellent health when he was captured recently and reunited with his owner.

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN  - OCTOBER 1965: Tony Oliva #6 of the Minnesota Twins bats against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the 1965 World Series at Metropolitan Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Twins won the game 5-1. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - OCTOBER 1965: Tony Oliva #6 of the Minnesota Twins bats against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the 1965 World Series at Metropolitan Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Twins won the game 5-1. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)
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Author Presentation on ‘The Twins at the Met’ Thursday in Owatonna

Author Bob Showers will be in Owatonna on Thursday to make a presentation on his book, The Twins at the Met. The historical society will host this at 7PM at the History Center on June 11.

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