I was born and raised on the north side of Minneapolis. My first radio job was at a Mom and Pop radio station in Aitkin, Minn., where I had duties as the night DJ/janitor and went on to become Program/Sports Director for an AM/FM Combo. Took a break from radio from 1993 to 2006. I then came here in December 2006 and moved up to afternoons in 2007. Then did early mornings from 2008-2013. And have hosted the morning news hours and done the midday show since then. I am a big Twins and Vikings fan. Basketball and football are my favorite sports to do play by play. I like fishing, especially ice fishing, and I spend a lot of time in playing the part of an 1840s buck skinner at various Rendezvous around the state. I enjoy talking to people about our stations so feel free to share comments.
Audi Issues Recall For Fuel Leaks
Own a 2012 to 2014 Audi A6 or A7? It may be subject to a recall announced by the Volkswagen Luxury Brand.
Get Your Fish On!
Join the Townsquare Media Ballard's Resort Winter Walleye connection trip to Lake of the Woods, near Baudette for some trophy Walleye ice fishing February 5-8 2018.
Former Randolph resident Missing In Colorado
Former Randolph resident, Adam Gilbertson, moved out to Colorado 4 months ago. He went out to a club this last weekend and now he is missing.
Difficult Travel Near Byron Friday Morning
Highway 14 eastbound near the area of Schmidt Printing in Byron was the scene of a multi vehicle accident on Friday Morning. East bound traffic was backed up to the Dodge/Olmstead County line.
Get Paid To Be At The Big Game
There are 52 days til Super Bowl 52. Ironically it's too late to be a volunteer, but the company that handles security, still needs some paid help.
Fraudulent Solicitation In The Area.
Faribault area Chamber President Nort Johnson dropped us an email earlier on Thursday stating that there are Solicitations are being made to advertise in a brochure called “Welcome to the Best” and they are claiming to be endorsed by the Faribault, Northfield and Owatonna Chambers of …
Lt. Governor Tina Smith Named To Replace Franken
Governor Mark Dayton on Wednesday named his LT. Governor Tina Smith to replace Al Franken in the U.S. Senate. Franken resigned a week ago after several allegations of harassment and in appropriate behavior.
Watch What Your Pets Eat
Recently a couple on Oklahoma noticed that pacifiers for their baby had been coming up missing around their house. And the baby's grandmother noticed the dog Dovey, grab a pacifier from the counter.
Did You Check Out The AM Minnesota Shows This Week?
On Monday Kristen Twitchell Executive Director of the Paradise Center for the Arts gave an update on December activities.
B.A. Comes back from 14 Point Deficit Win In 2-OT Over Pine Island
Things were not looking good for the Bethlehem Academy Cardinals at halftime on Friday night at Van Orsow Auditorium as they were down 26-12. They had missed by my account 19 shots from the floor in the first half. I don't know what was said by coach Hildebrandt at half time but they looked li…