I grew up on a small farm near Leota, Minnesota in the Southwest part of Minnesota. I began my radio career at KWYR in Winner, then on to KKAA in Aberdeen, KV91 in Volga/Brookings, a variety of stations in Rapid City and for the last more than a few years in Sioux Falls. I reached the top of the radio food chain that is KXRB in 2007 and haven't been kicked off yet! Join me weekdays from 3-6PM for our three hour afternoon energy drink 'The McDaniel Mess'. Prizes, fun and of course the greatest country music ever recorded! I have 2 kids and 5 Grandchildren. And yes, they all still like me fine.
Need To Calm Down? Talk To Frankie the Therapy Pig
Need To Calm Down? Talk To Frankie The Therapy Pig
Behold: The Power of Poo!
OK, it may not have the best aroma in the world, but that Poo (and not just the smell) is powerful!
The Life and Death of Medary, South Dakota
Two of the first three towns in South Dakota are doing real well. The third one...not so much. Whatever happened to Medary, South Dakota?
Saluting My Veteran, My Brother
We should thank our Veteran's every day, but especially Veteran's Day. I want to honor my Veteran, my brother.
Soybean Harvest Done, Other Crops Advancing
The beans are done and in, corn, sunflower and sorghum have a ways to go, but they're all advancing at a decent clip now.
Could South Dakota Stand to Lose a Few Pounds?
We here in South Dakota may not be the slimmest, trimmest bunch in the country, but we're not doing to bad. Here's the state by state rundown.
Here’s Why Hy-Vee Is Called Hy-Vee
We all love Hy-Vee (I call it my grocery store, but I know it's yours, too). But why exactly is Hy-Vee called Hy-Vee? Well, it's goes back a ways.
Whatever Happened To Red Owl?
If you have a little age on your bones, you probably remember Red Owl Grocery stores. So whatever happened to Red owl?
New Merle Haggard Museum Planned For Nashville
A new Merle Haggard Museum (and saloon!) is planned for for downtown Nashville, slated to open summer 2018.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Visits South Dakota
United States Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue visited South Dakota this week.