I grew up in Albert Lea, and made my way to Owatonna about 20 years ago. I love Southern Minnesota and have no plans to leave the area. I have 2 daughters; my oldest works here in town and my youngest is in middle school. I am involved with Owatonna Area Special Olympics as a coach and a member of the management team. When I was younger I thought being on the radio was such an awesome job, and I am so happy that I am able to work here.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month -Overview and Resources
The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that 1.3 million women and 835,000 men are victims of physical violence by a partner every year
Halloween Costume Ideas for 13 Y/O Girl Help Needed!
what is an appropriate costume?
How Early is Too Early for Christmas Merchandise? Spotted on display in September
It makes me sad that we almost pass over Thanksgiving and go right from back-to-school to Christmas
Toys For Tots Applications Available Today – 10/1
It may be early, but, it's never too early to be thinking about those in need our area, and the fact that the holiday season is fast approaching
Facebook Data Breach
According to Facebook, 50 million people may have been affected in a data breach that happened in the past few days
5th Annual Trick or Treat Trail
Local businesses and groups will be there with treats, games, crafts, and/or prizes for the little ghosts and goblins who walk through the trail.
Final CulturFest – Photo Gallery
Saturday marked the last CulturFest unless somebody steps in to keep it going.
Storm Clean-Up Assistance – UPDATED
The clean-up will continue for some time after the storms that rolled through the area on Thursday.
World Gratitude Day – September 21st
What an amazing day to appreciate our town! We can celebrate World Gratitude Day
Culturfest Food Vendors in 2018
this is your last chance to try foods from around the world in one location