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).
Excited for the Start of Deer Season
This weekend is the big shabang. The West River firearm deer season open this Saturday, November 10 and is followed the next Saturday by the East River season, both of which run for two weeks and two days.
Governor Daugaard Requests Flags at Half Staff for Thousand Oaks Victims
Governor Dennis Daugaard has asked that all flags in South Dakota be lowered to half staff in honor of the victims of the Thousand Oaks shooting early this morning.
Gas Prices Continue Their Descent in South Dakota
It's been a little bit rough over the last couple months at the gas pumps. But relief has come and it's not supposed to get worse any time soon.
Flux Capacitor Was Invented on This Day in 1955
I love the Back to the Future trilogy. They are such fun movies. That's why today is a somewhat historic day, at least fictionally.
Here’s How to Roundabout on Louise Avenue
A new roundabout was opened at 271st Street and Louise Avenue on the southern tip of Sioux Falls. As expected, people are complaining about it.
Sioux Falls Stampede ‘Pink the Rink’ Honors Breast Cancer Survivors
Saturday night was the annual "Pink in the Rink" night at the Sioux Falls Stampede game against the Fargo Force.
Gas Prices Much Nicer in Sioux Falls Going into November
Last weekend as I got ready to drive back from my Black Hills elk hunting trip, it was hard to find a gallon of gas for less than $2.90 in Rapid City. Thankfully this week it is much better back home.
New 3-Way Lanes Make Senseless Drivers More Senseless
In a town where drivers are scared to death of changing lanes and can't figure out the intricacies of a roundabout, we really did not need this "help."
Sioux Falls Ballooning Association to host Glow for the Cure
The Sioux Falls Ballooning Association is holding an even on Saturday October 20 to help those fighting breast cancer.
Now I Get the Hype With Spotted Cow Beer by New Glarus Brewing Company
I lucked into trying a popular and scarce beer from the land of cheesheads.