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.
Sunshine Mills Recalls Multiple Brands Of Dog Food Over Elevated Aflatoxin Levels
A wide-ranging voluntary recall has been initiated by Sunshine Mills, Inc. on a variety of the different dog foods it manufactures.
MNDOT Asks For Survey Input On Teleworking Project
The Minnesota Department of Transportation and the University of Minnesota Tourism Center have partnered together to better understand Minnesota workers' experience with telecommuting before, during, and after the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Superior’s Broadband Plan Advances To Next Step At Upcoming Council Meeting
The revised, finalized version of the plan that would make broadband service in Superior a municipal-owned commodity hits the agenda of the City Council at their meeting happening Tuesday, August 3.
Ford Motor Company Commissions Gasoline-Inspired Fragrance To Promote Electric Vehicles
To market the upcoming all-electric Mustang, Ford Motor Company has commissioned a gasoline-inspired fragrance.
2021 Wisconsin State Fair Offers ‘Something For Everyone’ August 5-15
What can you expect to see at the 2021 Wisconsin State Fair? Here's an overview - from the grandstand shows to the "need-to-know" details.
Traffic + Lane Shifts For Highway 53 Project North Of Duluth Brings ‘Notable Impacts’
The overlay project that the Minnesota Department of Transportation has in place on Highway 53 just north of Duluth will see some traffic and lane changes starting on June 29.
Shrinkflation The New Post-COVID Norm?
It's not a new concept, but shrinkflation is turning up at more stores than usual in our post-COVID-19 world.
Superior Public Library Annual Book Sale To Be Biggest One Yet
The book sale at the Superior Public Library returns after taking last year off due to the COVID-19 Pandemic - Friday, September 17 and Saturday, September 18.
Duluth Readies Downtown Historic District Design Standards
A series of public meetings and advance planning is in the works as the City of Duluth begins the process of proposing historic district design guidelines for downtown Duluth
Why Are There So Many Grasshoppers In The Northland This Summer?
Get a brief look at the science behind this summers infestation of grasshoppers.
Grimmway Farms Baby + Shredded Carrot Recall
Grimmway Farms has issued a voluntary recall of some of their carrot products, sold under the Bunny Luv, Cal-Organic, O Organics, and Grimmway Farms labels.
Wisconsin Renters Facing Eviction Urged To Apply For Help As Federal Moratorium Ends
The Federal eviction moratorium that was enacted due to the COVID-19 pandemic ends on July 31. As that date approaches, Wisconsin officials are urging renters facing eviction to apply for assistance funding through programs that already exist.