Proudly born and raised right here in Central Minnesota. (Go LPGE Thunder!) After high school I went to Brown College for Radio Broadcasting, and did radio in the Twin Cities for a year before moving back home to Central Minnesota. When I'm not behind a microphone, you can usually find me on the golf course, in the kitchen trying out a new recipe I found on Pinterest, or walking my dog Norman, who was adopted from the Tri-County Humane Society. I host bar trivia on weeknights, and spend most weekends enjoying cold beverages with good friends. Follow along on Instagram and Twitter @AbbeyOnAir!
Minnesota’s Largest Swap Meet Kicks Off 2020 Season June 6th
Located just 30 minutes from St. Cloud, the Wright County Swappers Meet is gearing up to start the 2020 season.
New Podcast Dedicated to Finding Jodi Huisentruit Launches in June
As the 25th anniversary of the disappearance of Jodi Huisentruit approaches, the team behind finding Jodi is turning to a new medium to aid in the case.
Sauk Rapids Mayor Dedicates Week of May 24th to the Class of 2020
Sauk Rapids mayor Kurt Hunstiger has declared this week is dedicated to the graduating class of 2020.
Minnesota WWII Veteran Walking 100 Miles For Charity This Summer
Mickey Nelson from the southern Minnesota town of Clarks Grove has a busy summer ahead of him.
What ‘2020: The Summer of Nothing’ Will Probably Look Like
Bold move on my part trying to predict anything that will happen in the year 2020.
Take a Virtual Walk Through Quarry Park
If you're stuck in your home or office try to think of it as a virtual escape from reality for a few minutes.
Minnesota State Fair Canceled for 2020
All fair board members voted in favor of canceling the state fair in 2020.
MN Woman Selling Pronto Pups at the End of Her Driveway
A woman in Fairbault has set up her own Pronto Pup stand at the end of her driveway, making and selling the State Fair favorites while she can't be traveling the state.
Upsala’s Camp Lebanon Cancels Summer Youth Retreats for 2020
Due to COVID-19 regulations set by the state, and out of safety for the kids and staff, all youth camps for the summer have been canceled.
Foley Tractor Day Goes Virtual: See This Year’s Rides [Photos]
Had 2020 been a normal year, students at Foley High School would be rolling into the parking lot Friday morning ontop of their finest farm equipment.