I grew up in Beresford, went to college at Black Hills State, SDSU, then Black Hills State again (yes, I graduated after 7 years). Worked previously in Rapid City and Denver before moving back home in 2004 to go back to school to finish my teaching degree because I thought I was done with radio. The next thing I know I'm working at Hot 104.7 and have been there ever since. Luckily, Crystal let me marry her in 2007, we had Jackie in 2008 and Rockley in 2011, and Esia in 2013. I do nothing, play my PS3, shoot guns, hunt, and play golf (in order of which I do best).
Colorado Rockies Massive New Scoreboard Came From South Dakota
Anytime I go to a sporting event somewhere, even in little ballparks and stadiums, I wonder if that scoreboard came from Brookings.
Lonely Shoe, Clothing Left in Airport Parking Lot
I am fascinated by the lonely shoe. Somehow, someway, a lonesome shoe loses its twin and partner and sits lonely by itself along a road somewhere.
Flying With Nothing But a Tiny Backpack
This weekend I'm flying to Denver without paying for a single bag.
Help Save the Big Sioux River
Attend a seminar at Siouxland Libraries Caille Branch to learn how cities are working to improve the water quality of the Big Sioux River and how you can help.
2018 Elk Application Deadline is Near in South Dakota
The deadline for the 2018 elk seasons in South Dakota is fast approaching.
Summer, Iran Cause Gas Prices to Climb
The average price for a gallon of gas in South Dakota is up again, rising rising 5 cents a gallon this week. The price is up 13 cents over the last month.
South Dakota Drinks Fourth Most Beer in the Country
South Dakota drinks the fourth most beer per capita of any state in the country. The Mount Rushmore State crushes 38.2 gallons of brew per year.
Invasive Insect That Kills Trees Found in Sioux Falls
If you live in Sioux Falls and you've got ash trees in your yard like I do, heads up, there's something coming to kill it.
Harrisburg is Most Affordable for Homeowners in South Dakota
When we bought our first house we realized there is a lot of things that go into the cost of a house besides the price and interest. It took a while to wrap my head around it.
It’s Cinnamon Roll Season, Y’All!
The first Saturday in May is glorious time of year. It means the Falls Park Farmers Market is back in business for the year!