St. Cloud was the start of my radio career. I spent the majority of the '90s in this city. My first radio internship was at 103.7 KISS-FM in the Crossroads Center in 1989-90, and my very first part-time and full-time radio jobs were at 104.7 in 1995/1996 and 1998/1999. My (almost 30-year) radio journey: St. Cloud, Fargo (2x), Minneapolis (3x), Colorado Springs, Las Vegas -- and back, full circle, to St Cloud. My wife and I decided a couple of years ago that it would good if our children could see their grandparents more than once every few years. It was time to plant roots and stop the nomadic radio life. It was time to come home.
Meet Our Teacher of the Week: Greg Henning at Sartell High School
This week's recipient is Greg Henning, a science teacher at Sartell High School.
Central Minnesotans Are Flocking to Get Free COVID Test
Instead of the Made In Minnesota Expo or Holly Ball, I joined other Minnesotans at the River's Edge Convention Center to get a COVID test.
How do Minnesotans Feel About Getting a COVID Vaccination?
Find out what Minnesota thinks about getting a COVID 19 coronavirus vaccination as well as our Upper Midwest neighbors.
Our Teacher of the Week: Cathie Stein
Presenting the Teacher of the Week to Cathie Stein from Monticello Middle School added to our lists of "first's" for the 2020-2021 school year.
Hope You’re Not Still Using These Passwords Minnesota
When it comes to protecting your information, avoid doing these things and using these passwords.
96.7 The River is the Radio Home for Husky Hockey Again
Hopefully COVID doesnt mess this season up
Congrats to Lee Meyer of St Cloud! Winner of Dream Getaway #50
Dream Getaway #51 starts Monday. Here's how you can win.
Minnesotans Aren’t Going Anywhere For Thanksgiving
The recent spike in COVID numbers seems to have led Minnesotans to not gather together for the holiday this year.
Has COVID Actually Improved Relationships in MN Neighborhoods?
Are we getting along with our neighbors better or worse since the pandemic?
Holly Ball 2020 – Everything You Need To Know
COVID brings major changes to the annual fundraising event but the show must go on.