Hey Everyone! I'm a native Iowan (Go Cyclones) and most recently worked at radio stations in southern Minnesota. I've been in the business since 2006 and absolutely love what I do. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, collecting old vinyl, visiting mom and pop restaurants, watching my favorite teams lose and spending time with family. Catch me on the morning show, along with Christine, Monday through Friday from 6:00 am -10:00 am!
Man Helps MN State Trooper, Gets ‘Thank You’ From Hundreds
Luckily a Good Samaritan showed up at that critical moment, quite possibly saving the trooper's life.
Five Things Outsiders Think South Dakotans Say Incorrectly
Each and every state has its own way of saying certain words, and South Dakota is no different. Here's a list of five words outsiders think South Dakotans say wrong.
Frozen ‘Ice Man’ Appears in Minnesota Park
If you plan on taking a walk through this Minnesota park anytime soon, you might want to bring an icepick along.
Gorillas at San Diego Zoo Test Positive for COVID- 19 (Video)
It has been reported multiple gorillas have tested positive for the coronavirus at the San Diego Safari Park Zoo.
Be Wary of Stimulus Check Scams, Warns BBB
There are a few, key things you can do to protect yourself against these potential scams.
Governor Noem Files Lawsuit Against Recreational Marijuana
Governor Kristi Noem signed an executive order on Friday which will file a lawsuit against Amendment A, which was passed in the November election, legalizing the use of recreational marijuana in the state.
Can You Get This Sioux Falls ‘Jeopardy’ Question Right?
Believe it or not, the popular quiz show has had plenty of questions about the city of Sioux Falls over the years; most recently last January an $800 question popped up that most folks around here would find incredibly easy.
Sioux Falls Pushes for 100K COVID- 19 Advertising Campaign
When asked, Sioux Falls Mayor, Paul Tenhaken explained the city's reasoning for enhancing the public's understanding of the vaccine.
A Different Look For This Year’s Dakota Farm Show
The show began on Tuesday in Vermillion, with hundreds of vendors from the agriculture industry, as well as other booths, hoping for decent crowds for the three-day event.
S.D. Lawmakers React to Protest and Violence at U.S. Capitol
As the country saw history unfold before its very eyes at the U.S. Capitol building yesterday, South Dakota lawmakers have addressed the protests on social media.