I grew up in Central Minnesota, learning to enjoy all of what Minnesota has to offer - whether it be enjoying a good hot dish, heading into the great outdoors to fish or hunt, or being let down by the Twins, Vikings, T-Wolves, and Wild (I can't help it, I'm a fan). I moved to Bemidji to attend Bemidji State University and get a degree in Mass Communications (I know, who goes to a 4-year school to get into radio, right?). If you’ve ever been to any of our events, you’ve probably seen me with a camera in my hand or hanging from my neck. I’ve inherited the title of unofficial station photographer for all of the stations in our building. I also enjoy heading out and shooting outside of work too. I really love sharing my mornings with all of our awesome MIX 108 listeners! It’s really rewarding being able to inform everyone on what happened overnight and share some laughs along the way.
Split Rock Lighthouse Remaining Closed Until July 1, Some Staff Furloughed
Split Rock Lighthouse and other historical sites around Minnesota will remain closed through June 30, according to a news release from the Minnesota Historical Society.
Open Letter To Duluthians: Have A Little More Respect For Your Home
After seeing yet another pile of mattresses laying on the side of a Duluth city street today, I started reflecting on it and decided to issue this challenge to my fellow citizens.
Duluth Participates In Worldwide #LightItBlue Campaign, Lighting The Lift Bridge + Enger T…
Duluth's most iconic landmarks join Target Field, the I-35W Bridge, Lambeau Field, US Bank Stadium, and others Thursday night in recognizing healthcare providers and essential workers for their frontline efforts during the battle with COVID-19.
City Of Duluth Closes Skyline Parkway Near Enger Tower To Make It A Temporary Walking + Bi…
Mayor Emily Larson announced that the roadway loop around Enger Tower, consisting of Skyline Parkway and Hank Jensen Drive, is temporarily closed to vehicular traffic.
Duluth’s PBS Station Offering ‘At Home Learning’ + Topical Local COVID-19 Shows
Duluth's PBS station has started offering an educationally-focused block of programs, along with local informational programs about COVID-19 in the Northland.
City Of Duluth Turns Aerial Lift Bridge Purple ‘For The Foreseeable Future’
City officials are utilizing the new color-changing LED lighting on Duluth's Aerial Lift Bridge to bring a sense of togetherness and happiness to the community.
Organizers Cancel 2020 Grandma’s Marathon
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, organizers have made the decision to cancel the events of Grandma's Marathon 2020, the first time this has ever happened in the history of the event.
Essentia Health Places 500 Employees On Administrative Leave
In preparations for an anticipated surge in COVID-19 cases, Essentia Health is placing about 500 non-medical staff members on special administrative leave.
Minnesota’s State Parks Remain Open, But Campgrounds Closed Amid State COVID-19 Closures
Minnesota's State Parks, public lands, trails, fishing, and hunting seasons remain open, but with a few notes or special guidelines to be aware of.
Minnesota DNR Dispels Rumors 2020 Fishing Season Is Cancelled
The Minnesota DNR addressed and debunked false claims circulating online that fishing is not allowed in the state due to COVID-19.
Gone Are The Days Of The Amber-Colored Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge Lighting We’re Used To
After a change from high-pressure sodium lighting to LED lights, Duluth's most famous landmark takes on a new look.
Governor Walz Extends Bar + Restaurant Closures And Asks Public To Stay Home Until At Leas…
The order asks Minnesotans to stay home unless doing essential tasks, extends the bar and restaurant closures, and lays out distance learning in schools.