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!
South Dakota’s Best Summer Food Is?
What's the best food to eat when you're in the state of South Dakota during the summer months?
South Dakota Tourism Numbers Drop
he South Dakota Department of Tourism Secretary, Jim Hagen estimates that total revenue is down close to 70 percent from where we were last year around this time.
What’s Your Favorite Kind of Cheese?
It's National Cheese Day and it's hard to think of a food that people love more.
How Do You Like Your Eggs?
Today is National Egg Day and I'm celebrating with some over-easy eggs. But what's the most popular way to eat an egg in the U.S. anyway?
Sioux Empire vs Siouxland
Some call the area we live in the "Sioux Empire", others insist the correct term for this area is the "Siouxland". So which is it?
National Hamburger Day
What's your must-have condiment on your burger?
Drive-Ins Are Making a Big Comeback
Will Drive-Ins around the country be making a comeback due to this "new normal" we're living in? Most experts say yes.
State Park Summer Bucket List
South Dakota has a lot to offer when it comes to State Parks. Here are a few I'm hoping to visit over the summer.
Where’s the Highest Point in the State of Iowa?
The township of Wilson is where you can find Hawkeye Point, Iowa's highest elevation point. It's 1670 feet above sea level, so we're not talking about Mount Everest here, but it remains a point of pride for people who live nearby and a fun place to visit.
What the New Normal Will Look Like Going Forward
So much has already changed in just a few short months, and things will likely continue to change in some big ways as we head into summer. But as we start the slow crawl out from the worldwide pandemic, what will this "new normal" look like?