If the name Bruce Hagevik sounds familiar it's because he used to work at KDHL from 1970-1973. He was so good at his job here that he was called to the big leagues then for 39 years. He looks great as him and his wife stopped by the fair to talk about the history of KDHL, and this was a treat for me as I before I started working at KDHL, I frerquently listened to this news professional...
Gordy Hinck, 75, of Lake City, passed away at his home Friday.
Gordy shared my mom's birthday of January 13th and told me many stories about his early years playing sports at Lake City High School. He graduated in 1960. He was the captain of the basketball team his senior year...
It’s no secret that I enjoy coffee. I love the scent, the flavor, catching up with friends over a cup at the coffee shop, and of course the energy boost it provides. It was even once suggested that a segment called “Coffee with Kelly” should be created!
The formula is easy: a handful of ladies, hammers, a board, and nails, but the outcome is always a fun time. The Rice County Fair starts today and runs through July 23, bringing plenty of fun, including the annual KDHL Ladies’ Nail Driving Contest!
At the Power 96 and KDHL studios, we love seeing our listeners win stuff! Outside of playing great music and keeping you current on local news, giveaways are one of the best parts of radio, and right now, you can win some awesome stuff!
Winning $1,000 is not like winning a million dollars, it's not enough to quit your job, buy a mansion, or make outlandish purchases. But, $1,000 is still a decent chunk of money that allows you a million different ways to spend it. Right now you can win $1,000 with KDHL, so I've put together a handy list of fun ways to spend a quick grand!
KDHL first hit the airwaves in 1948 and has become known since then as a source for reliable news and information and sports, music, and things of local interest. And since 1987, Gordy Kosfeld has been a trusted voice throughout southern Minnesota.
KDHL has prided itself for many years for our efforts to keep bringing you local information in an era during which news, down to the local small-town level, is disappearing from many stations.
It takes work, the information itself, and you the community for us to bring that to you the listeners...