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!
We’re Spending More Time With Our Pets-And That’s a Good Thing
It's been well documented that pets help us cope with anxiety, depression and stress. And I think it's safe to say the last month or so has been stressful for all of us.
National Deep-Dish Pizza Day
Pizza is undoubtedly one of America's favorite foods. It's become a 30 billion dollar a year industry and, not surprisingly, sales are up amid the COVID- 19 pandemic. But how do you feel about deep-dish pizza? Most people either absolutely love, or despise deep-dish. There seems to be very…
Board Games Are Making a Comeback
Of course, you have the classics: Monopoly, Shoots and Ladders, Boggle, Pictionary, and my personal favorite as a kid; Hungry Hungry Hippos! But if you're looking to change things up, there's plenty of new ones to choose from too.
Kenny Rogers’ Classic “Lucille” Hit Number One 43 Years Ago This Week
In a strange coincidence, Kenny Rogers' own mother was named Lucille. According to his autobiography, she was initially upset, thinking the song was about her. In truth, Rogers didn't write the song, Hal Bynum and Roger Bowling did.
Oregon Man May Be World’s Oldest Survivor of Coronavirus
Bill Lapschies was born in 1916. He survived the flu pandemic of 1918, World War II and a century's worth of U.S. history. He's now quite possibly the oldest survivor of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) on record.
South Dakota’s Economy Will Be Better off Than Most
According to a study released yesterday by Wallethub, South Dakota ranks among the least effected states in the country, in terms of how badly the Cornonavirus and its impact will effect its economy.
Interview with Dakota News Now Morning Anchor, Vanessa Gomez
In the interview, Gomez discussed the latest details regarding the coronavirus and its impact in the state of South Dakota.
Minnesota Pillow Company To Make Face Masks For Hospitals
MyPillow recently announced that they will be shifting 75 percent of their production to make face masks for hospitals.
“Hello, I’m Johnny Cash” went to Number One This Week In 1970
By 1970, Cash was already a household name. In fact this was already his 33rd album (they released music at a much quicker pace back then). This one though, is a must listen for any avid Cash fan.
A Conversation with Jeff Griffin, President & CEO of The Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Comme…
The Chamber recently put together a website, which has resources for businesses to find the relief they need in these uncertain times. There's also restaurant information, including menus and how to order for delivery and takeout.