I’m a proud life-long resident of the Northland: Born and raised on the Iron Range, I’ve lived in the Twin Ports all of my adult years. I enjoy the fact that we get to enjoy all four seasons and I love the natural beauty that our area provides. I’m worked for the company that owns KOOL 101.7 since 1993 and I enjoy the fact that no two days are ever the same. Although you hear me on the radio during the mid-day shift, my main role is Production Manager for our stations – writing and producing the commercials you hear. I’m married with one son. In my spare time (what is that?) I enjoy cooking, collecting records (primarily classic country), studying history and politics and being involved in the community on a variety of boards and committees.
Closing Up A Cabin For The Season: A Checklist
A checklist of items to consider before you close up the cabin for the season.
Taco Bell Debuts Its Own Brand Of Wine To Pair With Chalupas In Canada
It's called "Jalapeno Noir" - and it's joining an earlier branded beer from Taco Bell. That's right - the American-style Mexican fast food chain now has its own in-brand wine - specifically designed to pair with the chalupas on their menu in their Canadian locations.
Tommy Bartlett Dells Show Closing Permanently
Chalk another one up to the COVID-19 Pandemic: the Tommy Bartlett Show - a Wisconsin Dells-favorite attraction for almost 70 years - is calling it quits for good.
Superior School District Removes Fees For AP Courses
The Superior School District has decided to remove the fees for the Advanced Placement (AP) courses offered to students effective this school year.
UWS Makes Its COVID-Testing Data Available Online
The University of Wisconsin-Superior has introduced an online COVID-19 dashboard - providing a daily summary of the testing data occurring on the campus
Arby’s Is Selling Meat By The Pound In Select Markets
Like their slogan says, at Arby's they "have the meats". And - apparently, you can buy it by the pound at least if you're in the right part of the United States.
Oliver Requests Water Rate Increase – More Than Double Current Amount
Residents who live in Oliver look to be in for a shock when they open their utility bills next year; the village has applied for a rate increase that would more-than double the current rate.
Sunday Dispensation Lifted By Wisconsin Bishops
he Wisconsin Catholic Conference announced the lift of the Sunday dispensation for the five diocese across the state - effective September 2020.
Labor Day Holiday Changes For Superior’s Garbage Pickup Schedule
The Public Works Department of the City of Superior is announcing their Labor Day changes for both the garbage and recycling pickup schedule.
Superior Public Library Collects Materials For Future Book Sale
The Superior Public Library is making plans for an upcoming book sale; donations can be dropped off on Wednesdays in September.
Ronzoni Egg Noodles Recalled Due To Allergen Concerns
A popular brand of egg noodles is being recalled over the potential for allergen concerns.
Mosquito-Spread Virus Found In Wisconsin
The Wisconsin Department of Health is alerting the general public to be on their guard in regards to mosquito-bites as a virus that is easily spread to humans has been detected in northwestern Wisconsin.