I got my start in broadcasting at my local high school, broadcasting basketball games for the local cable station. From there, my passion grew. Sports have always played a big role in my life and being able to broadcast local high school sports has been a great joy for me. I am frequently reminded of how many talented student-athletes we have in southeast Minnesota. When not touring to several gyms and fields across southeast Minnesota for 103.1 KFIL and FUN 104, I write and broadcast local news for News-Talk 1340 KROC-AM and 96.9 FM. I grew up and currently live in Stewartville with my wife, our daughter, and our dog. I love the Twins, Vikings, Wild, Wolves, and Gophers and don't regret one minute of the heartbreaks it causes me. If you ever see me out and about, stop and say hi!
Minnesota State Patrol Conducting High-Intensity Patrols Focusing on Deadliest Driving Behaviors
As of May 8th, there have been 95 traffic-related deaths on Minnesota roadways.
Minnesota Native Wins The 50th Iditarod Race Across Alaska
The first-time winner crossed the finish line around 5:30 this morning. Congrats, Brent!
Day Maker: Rochester Lemonade Stand Gets Amazing Impromptu Promo Video
Two kids were lucky enough to get an impromptu promo video made for their lemonade stand for free and it turned out amazing!
Minnesotans Can Fish For Free When They Take A Kid Fishing This Weekend
Take a Kid Fishing Weekend is set for Friday, June 11th through Sunday, June 13th, and Minnesota residents can fish without licenses if they take children 15 or younger fishing with them
Minnesota Twins Player Scores 2 Millionth Run In MLB History
Major League Baseball History dates all the way back to 1876, and 145 years later, it was Josh Donaldson who scored run number 2 million.
Minnesota Is A “Meh” Place To Work From Home In
Yeah, no, it really isn't a bad place to work from home in but it really isn't the best place either. About as middle of the pack as you can get, really.
Minnesota’s ‘Most Miserable Day’ In 2021 Forecasted For Early January
While a fresh start and a new year are always great, here in Minnesota that optimism can fade with the gloomy months of January and February.
Minnesota Is The 5th Best State To Work From Home In
The COVID-19 pandemic has really hurt many businesses and workers across the country. The pandemic has also created flexibility for some workers to work from home.
Minnesota Is The 2nd Most Rule Abiding-State In The Country
You know the old saying, right? "Rules are meant to be broken" Well, that is unless you are from Minnesota apparently.
The Oldest Forest In Minnesota Is A Thing Of Beauty
The immense beauty and some of the oldest trees in the state in a nearly 6,700-acre park in the North Shore.