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.
Youth 1st Baseball & BBQ Hits a Home Run
The Baseball and BBQ fundraiser allowed Youth 1st to present a check the Owatonna Parks and Recreation Youth Scholarship Fund.
‘Truck to Trunk’ Food Distribution Draws a Crowd
A food distribution at Community Pathways of Steele County assisted more than 350 households on Friday.
Steele County Dairy Days Includes Fair Food Too
Drive Thru Dairy Days are coming to the Steele County Fairgrounds June 27-28 with the ADA malt stand and a handful of fair food vendors.
Coming Together to Support Small Businesses
Jump Start Owatonna is an initiative to support small businesses in town.
5 Title Teams Named to Owatonna Hall of Fame
The Owatonna High School Athletic Hall of Fame committee named five Teams of Distinction for induction in 2020.
Design for New High School to be Presented
The design plan for the new Owatonna High School will be presented at a school board work session Monday, June 8.
Cruisin’ Class of ’20 Joined by Grads
Class of '20 cruised downtown Friday. Current grads were joined by previous OHS grads, resulting in a wonderful cross section of classic/current cars.
Steele County Opens Up Some Facilities
With the June 1 switch to a Stay-Safe-MN approach by the governor, Steele County reopened some of its facilities.
Highway 14 Corridor Open House June 10
The virtual open house will collect input on the long term vision plan for Highway 14 in southern MN, between Dodge Center and Rochester.
‘Downtown Thursdays’ Canceled in Owatonna
The event brought many people into downtown Owatonna for shopping, music, food and arts.