I was told I could no longer be an internet troll, so I figured radio was the way to go....now here we are. Kidding, of course. I do love to use Twitter though. I got started in radio because I love broadcasting high school sports...play-by-play is my passion. I am reminded quite frequently how talented the athletes are here in Southeast Minnesota. I grew up and currently live in Stewartville with my wife (yes, I have no idea why she married me) and our dog. I love the Twins, Vikings, Wild, Wolves, and Gophers and don't regret one minute of the heartbreaks it causes me I got my start in play-by-play by announcing my own games while playing Madden as a young child. You could say that my parents hated every minute of it, but hey it paid off! If you ever see me out and about, stop and say hello!
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MN DEED Releases Applications For Movie Theater and Civic Center Grants
Today, the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development released applications for Movie Theater and Convention Center grants established in the recent state COVID-19 relief package
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Minnesota’s ‘Most Miserable Day’ In 2021 Forecasted For Early January
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A First Time For Everything For The Big Ten Conference
The Big Ten Conference is absolutely loaded with talented basketball teams, and they just did something for the first time ever in Men's Basketball.
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