I'm the Sports Director and afternoon announcer at KRFO. I love covering the Huskies and frequently go to games on my rare day off. It's a special treat when I get to cover a Blooming Prairie, Medford, NRHEG or Triton game. I spend afternoons playing great music from the 60's, 70's and some 80's. My wife Chris and I enjoy going to movies and try to see every Oscar-nominated movie each year. We have two grown children who are students at the University of MN. I run in my spare time and especially like it when my daughter joins me.
Huskies, Awesome Blossoms Audible to Season Prep
Teams are already a week into 'training sessions' as the announcement comes of football and volleyball moving back to the fall.
NRHEG Secondary to go to Distance Learning
After just a couple days in class, NRHEG secondary grades 6-12 will transition to distance learning on September 14.
Owatonna Chamber Tells Members, Start Thinking Holidays
The latest news from the Owatonna Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism from the September 8 Tuesday Talk newsletter.
Record-Setting Return to Sports
The return of sports for Owatonna High School teams featured a pair of school records in the pool for Logan Norrid.
Handing Out Ribbons, Bumping Fists
Scott Smalley has been judging 4-H projects for about ten years after showing animals as a kid.
Steele County Fair Drive Thru Food Fest: Ready. Set. Eat.
The Steele County Free Fair Drive Thru Food Fest is August 21-23 in Owatonna.
Steele County 4-H Students Enjoy Being Judged
Don't call it a normal week, but many Steele County 4-H students were able to show off their projects in-person.
Owatonna Schools: K-5 to Start In-Class, 6-12 Goes Hybrid
Owatonna will start the school year with a mix of in-person class and hybrid model.
Blooming Prairie Announces School Plan
Blooming Prairie schools will start with in-person class for PreK-6th grade and hybrid for 7th-12th grades.
Moving Football Might be Best Chance to Have a Season
OHS football coach Jeff Williams reacts to the decision to shift high school football to the spring.