I tell my friends “I’m very close to having seen and/or done it all”. A North Dakota farm kid that survived peeing on an electric fence. A radio DJ that ran a Sunday morning show under the air name “Skip Church”. Got a date with Carrie Underwood. Got stood up by Carrie Underwood. Retired from radio at 25 to go home and farm. Retired from farming at 46 and went back to radio. Divorced - two boys, (Drew and Gabe), two dogs (Reno, the Siberian Husky and Rorschach, the Dalmation) and a cat (Moody).
Tips To Pick The Best Christmas Tree
After back-to-back summers of drought, officials say this year’s Christmas Tree crop is still ready to go.
MN Nurses Set Strike Vote
The Minnesota Nurses Association announced today that the vote to strike would take place on November 30th.
Minnesota Ranks High in New Prosperity Index
The 2022 American Dream Prosperity Index has been released, and Minnesota ranks 3rd in the nation.
Unleaded 88 Sets Record Sales
The Minnesota Department of Commerce reports sales of Unleaded 88 were over nine million gallons per month in July, August, and September. Before July, sales of Unleaded 88 had never reached nine million gallons per month.
Minnesota Greenhouse Expanding Into Cucumbers
Bushel Boy, the Owatonna-based grower of fresh tomatoes and strawberries is expanding its lineup to include cucumbers.
Flags at Half-Staff Wednesday
Flags at all state buildings will be lowered in honor of Hopkins Assistant Fire Chief James “Jimmy” Scanlon.
Should Minnesota Employers List Salaries?
The co-owner of Express Employment Professionals in St. Cloud, Jill Magelssen, says while Minnesota businesses are not required to list the salary, it’s a wise move in today’s job market. They’ve found when they include a salary as part of the job posting, they see far more candidates.
High Diesel Fuel Prices Cause More Pain
Pro-farmer reports inventories of diesel fuel and home heating fuel are at the lowest levels in more than 70 years.
Police Searching For Owatonna-Area Girl
Authorities have more information on a missing girl from the Owatonna area.
Heating Costs Are Expected To Rise
The National Energy Assistance Director’s Association estimates home heating costs could go up 17% this winter, to the highest level in more than 10 years.