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!
10 Weird South Dakota Myths Outsiders And Some Natives Believe
Have you ever notice how much outsiders get wrong about South Dakota? Let's set some records straight:
Top 20 Worst Places to Live in all of Minnesota 2023
If you've spent any amount of time living in the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes, consider yourself lucky, as it's widely regarded as one of the best states in the entire country to live and raise a family.
What Do the Giant Stars on Iowa Barns Mean?
Many owners do this to give an old barn a new, slick look, but there's also a much deeper meaning behind the barnstars themselves.
Check Your Loose Change for this Valuable State Quarter
The internet is a buzz with an exceedingly rare state quarter that could be hiding in your loose change at this very moment. The quarters aren't even all that old, all things considered, but they do have a distinct trait that makes them extremely valuable.
South Dakota Has its Own Bizarre Cousin to the Infamous Area 51
South Dakota's version of Area 51 doesn't get nearly as much media coverage as its Nevada counterpart, but there is no denying that a number of baffling things have occurred there over the decades.
What’s the Story Behind this Abandoned Building Outside Sioux Falls?
Spend any amount of time on South Dakota's rural roads and you'll likely spot a number of old, abandoned buildings. In fact, there's a Facebook Group dedicated to discussing each and every one of them that is spotted.
400,000 Gallons of Radioactive Water Leaks From Minnesota Plant
The Xcel Energy Monticello Minnesota Nuclear Power Generating Plant is located 45 minutes northwest of Minneapolis and began operating in 1971.
Just How Deep are South Dakota’s Irish Roots Compared to Other States?
It's a day where all of us are at least a little bit Irish. But just how Irish is South Dakota anyway? And which are the most Irish states in the U.S. anyway?
Iowa’s Oldest Standing Building Was Around When This Guy Was President
Not only is it the oldest building in Iowa, but according to the Historical Marker Database, it's also the oldest standing structure west of the Mississippi River.
Minnesota’s Biggest Tree is Hidden in an Unexpected Spot
If you're taking a stroll through a Minnesota forest, you're likely to spot Cedar, Pine, Spruce, and Northern Red Oak trees. However, the biggest tree in the entire state belongs to none of those species, but rather from a branch (no pun intended) of the family. And where it's located will also surprise you.