I’m a proud life-long resident of the Northland: Born and raised on the Iron Range, I’ve lived in the Twin Ports all of my adult years. I enjoy the fact that we get to enjoy all four seasons and I love the natural beauty that our area provides. I’m worked for the company that owns KOOL 101.7 since 1993 and I enjoy the fact that no two days are ever the same. Although you hear me on the radio during the mid-day shift, my main role is Production Manager for our stations – writing and producing the commercials you hear. I’m married with one son. In my spare time (what is that?) I enjoy cooking, collecting records (primarily classic country), studying history and politics and being involved in the community on a variety of boards and committees.
Lindsey Buckingham Breaks The Chain: New Solo Set + Newly Divorced
Lindsey Buckingham comes out of the pandemic with a new record, divorce, and concert tour - which includes Minnesota stop.
Sheriff Breaks Up Kool-Aid Stand Dispute In Superior
A stand-off between two competing stands run by groups of kids in Superior got testy enough on the evening of June 2 that a Douglas County Sheriff was needed to diffuse the situation.
Minnesota Department Of Health Rolls Out COVID-Vaccine Buses
The Minnesota Department of Health is bringing COVID-19 vaccines to communities without resources via their Mobile Vaccination Bus Project.
How To Clean Your Garage + Get It Ready For The Season
Some good tips for use in tackling the garage cleanout project.
Hostess SnoBalls Recalled Due To Unlisted Allergens
A popular snack-cake is being recalled over the potential for allergen concerns.
Tips To Save Money At The Gas Pump
Finding ways to save money at the gas pump helps take some of the sting off the high prices.
Here’s Something That Auto Start-Stop Feature Is Good For
The Auto Start-Stop feature on your vehicle can let you 'life hack' a battery test.
Chocolate Milk Recall Issued Over Allergen Concerns
An Illinois-based dairy brand of chocolate milk is being recalled due to allergen concerns.
WI Governor Evers Cancels State Christmas Tree For 2020
The reason is different, but for the second year in a row there is controversy surrounding Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and the state Christmas tree
Minnesota Fire Departments Establish Plan For COVID-Related Manpower Shortages
As COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise in the Northland, some have wondered what impacts that could have on essential emergency services. The answer as to how that would apply to fire departments has come from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.