I grew up in the Twin Cities, and as long as I can remember I wanted to be on the radio. After graduating high school, I immediately went to work in Grand Forks, ND at KZLT for a few years before moving back to Minneapolis to work as the Assistant Producer for the Dave Ryan Morning Show at KDWB (101.3 FM). After KDWB I did nights at WXPT (104.1 FM) in Minneapolis for just over 5 years before deciding it was time for a change, so I moved to Duluth to become the Program Director of WWAX 92.1, I worked there for about 5 years before coming to work at MIX 108. I live in Superior with my wife Mindy, daughter Rose, son Harrison and one crazy dog named Sunny. In my free time, I enjoy playing with the kids, DIY home improvement projects, photography, and enjoying all the Twin Ports has to offer. See ya around town and THANKS for listening!
Hy-Vee Starts Selling Kirk Cousins Cereal – Timing Couldn’t Be Worse
Somewhere in the near future there will be shelves of clearance Kirk Cousins cereal at Minnesota Hy-Vee stores.
Minnesota Updates COVID-19 Restrictions on Bars and Restaurants
The new guidelines issued today by the Minnesota Department Of Health go into effect immediately.
It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas at the Mall of America
A giant new Chirmstas store opens its doors for the season.
St. Scholastica Offering Qualified New Students a 15% Discount
If your employment was affected by COVID-19, you may qualify for a new student discount at St. Scholastica.
The Minnesota DNR is Warning About Fire Danger This Holiday Weekend
According to the DNR, there have already been 40 wildfires this year that have been directly caused by campfires and fireworks, SO BE CAREFUL!!
Twin Cities Company That Produces ‘Paw Patrol Live’ Lays Off All
We've seen their shows in Duluth for years, but the pandemic has now forced the company to make a drastic move.
Minnesota Gov. Walz Says He May Have to Close Bars Again
Hundreds of COVID-19 cases have been linked to Minnesota bars, now the Governor says he may have to close them again.
Minnesota Medical Association Advising State to Mandate Masks in Public
The Minnesota Medical Association said today that the state should consider mandating the wearing of masks in public places.
Twin Cities Restaurant Might Close Again Due to Rude People Says Owner
One Twin Cities Restaurant is sick and tired of rude customers, so much so the owner jumped on Facebook Live to rant about it.
Flags to be Flown at Half-Staff to Honor COVID-19 Victims in Minnesota
Over 1300 Minnesotans have died from COVID-19 and now those victims will be remembered monthly during the remained of 2020.