I grew up in Clear Lake, South Dakota. The 60’s and 70’s exposed me to some legendary country music. I continued my appreciation for country music thru the 80’s, 90’s and up to present day. And I've spent a great deal of time studying it. When I sit down to do the KXRB Morning Show each day, I have a library of music that is like nothing else in the world. I have songs spanning over seven decades to play and talk about. Hosting the show is not a job, it’s a thrill. On the personal side, I’m blessed with a wonderful family with my wife Lorlane and son Mark Jr. We enjoy spending time together with movies, cooking, dining out, traveling, biking, playing baseball, fishing once in a while, and whatever else we feel like doing together.
NASCAR Hall of Fame Members Announced
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Special Sprint Car Race at Jackson Friday Night
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If you call 911 in this city, you're going to receive an appropriate response
Ag Report: Commodity Market Activity
There has been some volatile action in the recent week
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Corn planting is nearly complete and emergence is ahead of average. Soybean planting is ahead of schedule.
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Kyle Busch Wins $1 Million Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Saturday night, Busch wins the Monster Energy NASCAR All Star Race at Charlotte.
Badlands Speedway Shuts Down
Due to threats from fans, sponsors and racers of boycotting the track for their actions.
Crop Report: Weather Affecting Crop Conditions
Warmer than normal temperatures have affected South Dakota crop conditions