I was born in Worthington, MN, and grew up in Spring Valley, MN, where I graduated from Spring Valley High School in 1977 and later the Brown Institute Minneapolis. I've worked in Desoto, MO; Ottumwa, IA; North Platte, NE; Des Moines, IA; and Rochester, MN; Started KDHL June 1, 1987, where I serve as the News and Program Director. From 1997-99, I left news to join sales dept. and returned as the News Director in 1999, continued sales work. In 2002, I also became the Sports Director. Awards: Associated Press in NE in 1985 and 1986, best small market newscast and best documentary both years. Documentary on the 10th anniversary of the exit from Vietnam selected best documentary regardless of market size. In Faribault, News Network awards. 2001, MN Emergency Management Directors Outstanding Media Award. 2009 and 2011, the Region One athletic directors award. October 2014, Angelo Giuliani Award from MN High School Baseball Coaches Assn. 2013 President's Call To Service Award from Barack Obama. 2014, Book of Golden Deeds Award Faribault Exchange Club. 2017 Faribault Daily News Lifetime Achievement Award. Voice of the Carleton Knights since 2003.
Stewartville Football Defeats Faribault on Parents Night
The Falcons host Red Wing in their Homecoming game Friday night, September 24, 2021 with a 7:00 p.m. start.
Allina Wasting No Time With Demolition
Johnston Hall was once part of the Seabury Divinity School started by Bishop Henry Whipple. It was built in 1888 for $50,000. Constructed from Faribault Blue Limestone.
Spirit Fest is Saturday in Faribault
Father Louie told KDHL AM Minnesota listeners Wednesday the priest competition was pre-recorded and "A hoot" to participate in.
Faribault, Goodhue Football Cracks Class Top Ten
The Falcons opponent this week Stewartville is rated #9 in Class 4A.
Bethlehem Academy Volleyball Prevails at Kenyon-Wanamingo
K-W goes to Blooming Prairie Thursday with a 4-2 record, 1-1 in the Gopher. BA is 2-0 in the league. The Cardinals host Medford Friday night.
From Farm Kid to Minnesota FFA Hall of Fame
I have a feeling Jerry's Dad and Dean Curtis are smiling as wide as the Grand Canyon in Heaven seeing him continue the great tradition of service to farmers and their families in Minnesota. A very deserving honor for Jerry Groskreutz. Officially a member of the Minnesota FFA Hall of Fame.
‘It Was Bittersweet’ Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn Retires, Explains Reason in Heartfelt I…
We spoke with Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn this morning about his decision to leave office a year before his term is scheduled to expire. Listen to the full interview below:
Faribault Volleyball Competes with State Ranked Kasson-Mantorville
Former Byron Bears boys basketball player Ahjany Lee announced on Twitter Monday he has committed to play at St. Thomas University in St. Paul. The 6'9 Lee transferred to Totino-Grace for his senior season this year.
Bethlehem Academy Football Rolls Over Hayfield
The schedule says Hayfield hosts Fillmore Central Saturday at 3:00 p.m. while BA hosts Randolph at 1:00 p.m. Saturday.
Minnesota High School Volleyball Polls Updated
Several area schools are among the state's elite in the four classes of high school volleyball in Minnesota.