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. I took a break from radio work from 1993 to 2006. I then came here in December 2006 and moved up to afternoons in 2007. I later did early mornings from 2008-2013. I 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 a 1840s buck skinner at various Rendezvous around the state. I enjoy talking to people about our stations so feel free to share comments.
How Much Money Is Made By Vendors At The State Fair?
The Minnesota State Fair is underway. It runs 12 days. Do you know how much money some vendors can make in 12 days? If you have the right product and maybe if you have been with the fair awhile you could make over a million dollars.
84th Kolacky Days in Montgomery
The 84th annual Kolacky Days Celebration is taking place Friday through Sunday in Montgomery. The Kolacky is a well-known treat. It's a small dinner roll-like pastry that is folded, enclosing the filling in the center. The most common fillings include prune, poppyseed, apricot, apple, blueberry, and raspberry...
Supervalu Acquired By United Natural Foods
United Natural Foods, based in Rhode Island, is purchasing Supervalu in an effort to create a very diverse wholesaler.
More I-35 Headaches In The Cities
This closure this weekend is big. Really big. 15 miles big. I-35 is set to close between Richfield and Arden Hills from 10 pm on Friday till 5 am Monday.
Win Tickets For Little Shop of Horrors At The Paradise
Little Shop of Horrors is a deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smashes musical. This charmingly tongue-in-cheek comedy about a man-eating plant opens on Friday, July 27 at the Paradise Center for the Arts in historic downtown Faribault. Little Shop of Horrors is presented by the Paradise Community Theatre and runs July 27 - August 5.
Burnsville Stand-off Ends Peacefully
Burnsville police were called to the parking lot of the Costco store in the area of Burnhaven Drive and McAndrews Road around 5:30 pm on Wednesday, on the report of a suicidal individual that had a gun.
Bruce Grant Son Of Legendary Coach Dies
None of us ever want to bury our children. I am sure the former Vikings coach Bud Grant was thinking the same thing. Grant in his 90's I am sure thought he would go first.
Update: Body Recovered From Vermillion River Now Identified.
Dakota County officials spent Monday night into Tuesday looking for someone who had apparently drowned on the Vermillion River.
Vikings Offensive Line Coach Dies Suddenly
Just days before the Minnesota Vikings training camp was due to begin at their new facility in Eagan, Tony Sparano the offensive line coach died unexpectedly Sunday He was 56 years old.
Volunteer For The Blue Collar BBQ And Arts Fest
The Blue Collar BBQ and Arts Festival hosted by the Paradise Center for the Arts is the summer’s premiere downtown Faribault music that brings lots of people together each year. Spend your day listening to hours of live music from a great line-up of bands starting at 11 am to 11 pm Saturday, August 11...