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. You will probably find my car radio set to Kat Kountry 105 and I go to a couple of country music shows each year. 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.
Owatonna Rotary Hosts Paul Bunyan’s Axe, Gopher Sports Update
Jason Williamson, basketball success and a Gopher sports update were part of Monday's presentation at Owatonna Rotary.
Minnehaha Academy Wins Third Title in a Row; Move to AAA is Likely
Game recap of Minnehaha Academy's win over Minneapolis North for the AA boys basketball title
Owatonna Student Honored at Target Center
An Owatonna High School senior was among those honored Saturday by the state high school league.
Hornets Win One for Fallen Teammate
Emotions ran high during the state Class A title game as Henning won the title in honor of a fallen teammate.
Henning Races to Victory Over Spring Grove
State boys basketball tournament: Henning 67, Spring Grove 34
DeLaSalle Advances to State Title Game with Second Half Surge
Class AAA state semifinals: DeLaSalle 93, Princeton 54. Check out the game story.
Waseca Reaches State Semifinals with Balanced Attack
Waseca led wire-to-wire while beating Academy of Holy Angels 82-62 Thursday afternoon in the Class AAA boys basketball state tournament at Williams Arena
DeLaSalle Sets Tone Early in State Tournament Win
Bemidji may have scored first, but DeLaSalle dominated in the Class AAA quarterfinal opener at Williams Arena at the state tournament.
Large Turnout for Highway 14 Open House
A crowd of about 100 attended Tuesday's Highway 14 open house conducted by the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
City of Owatonna Offers Sandbags as Flooding Threat Grows
Residents can pick up sandbags from the City of Owatonna, but need to fill them on their own.