I may have been with Results Radio/Townsquare Media for only a few years, but I have been working in digital media for over 20 years. I started back in the day of HTML code and dial-up modems. Over the years I have worked for some of the biggest names in media, including Tribune, LIN Media, Schurz and others. Along the way I've worked for newspapers, television stations and radio groups. To top it off, I have a Bachelor's in Victorian Literature (I know, what was I going to do with THAT), and a Masters in Creative Writing. But in my heart-of-hearts, I'm a nerd and a hard-core Star Wars fan (I saw the original 31 times in the theater alone). My office is filled with Star Wars toys and my head with useless movie trivia.
Cure Kids Cancer: Evan Todd [In Remembrance]
Unfortunately after a very short remission period, in June of 2016, Evan’s cancer came back with a vengeance. Evan earned his angel wings on October 4, 2017.
Cure Kids Cancer: Ben Sahr
From diagnosis to the final treatment, Ben and his family kept their story, struggles, and fears to themselves.
Cure Kids Cancer: Lizzie Nelson
The Nelson family, which includes Lizzie’s twin sister and two older brothers, have hope for the future… hope that one day cancer will no longer be part of their lives.
Cure Kids Cancer: Reese Whitney
While Reese will always have a small spot on her brain, she completed treatment in May 2014. Now, Reese enjoys a life as normal as possible.
Cure Kids Cancer: Tennyson Erickson
On February 2, 2017, Tennyson was diagnosed with high risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) and is currently undergoing treatment.
Cure Kids Cancer: Ashley Johnson
On January 12, 2015, the family’s world turned upside down when they got the official diagnoses of Ashley’s Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
Cure Kids Cancer: Tayden Grohs [In Remembrance]
On Christmas morning, 2014, Tayden earned his angel wings and took his super hero cape with him to heaven.
Cure Kids Cancer: Aria Dyer
Aria loves to dance, is fascinated with birds and, before cancer changed her life, was so proud of her long, curly blond hair.
Cure Kids Cancer: Jakob Beier [In Remembrance]
Jakob Lance Beier passed away at the age of 5 after a battle with brain cancer. Throughout his entire ordeal, Jake greeted all who met him with a smile.
Dining 4 Kids: Join Us to Make Your Meal Matter!
Tuesday (March 19) is Dining 4 Kids where "a portion of your bill will benefit Sanford Children’s Cure Kids Cancer!"