I was told I could no longer be an internet troll, so I figured radio was the way to go....now here we are. Kidding, of course. I do love to use Twitter though. I got started in radio because I love broadcasting high school sports...play-by-play is my passion. I am reminded quite frequently how talented the athletes are here in Southeast Minnesota. I grew up and currently live in Stewartville with my wife (yes, I have no idea why she married me) and our dog. I love the Twins, Vikings, Wild, Wolves, and Gophers and don't regret one minute of the heartbreaks it causes me I got my start in play-by-play by announcing my own games while playing Madden as a young child. You could say that my parents hated every minute of it, but hey it paid off! If you ever see me out and about, stop and say hello!
I-90 Westbound Lane Closure Between Highway 42 and Highway 52 Starts Monday
Motorists traveling westbound Interstate 90 from Highway 42 to Highway 52 will encounter a left lane closure in the westbound lanes
Minnesota Twins Postponed Game Following Details Of Brooklyn Center Shooting
The Minnesota Twins have postponed their series opener against the Boston Red Sox following additional details of the events in Brooklyn Center yesterday.
Highway 14 Lane Closures West of Dodge Center Start Monday
Motorists on Highway 14 will encounter lane closures beginning Monday, April 12th, on the four-lane portion west of Dodge Center
Rochester’s Litter Bit Better Is Back For 2021
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Rochester Public Utilities announces the Neighbors Chipping In Program in a voluntary, ongoing fundraising program to benefit RPU customers in need of help.
Olmsted County Launches New Land Notification Alerts Service
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