Sioux Falls has been my home. I am proud to say that I was born in Sioux Falls at a little hospital called Sioux Valley. Was a writer and editor at Lincoln High School. After that, I attended South Dakota State where I graduated 1988 with a Degree in Broadcast Journalism. Almost 29 years in radio, in Sioux Falls, plus in Volga, South Dakota while attending college in Brookings. I have one son and two daughters and they are the loves of my life. Plus, God has gifted me with the most outstanding family and friends. Always feel free to hit me up with a call, email, tweet for Facebook message
Noon Look at Stories You Didn’t Hear About Until Now
Bob Barker, who was born in Darrington, Washington, and spent most of his youth on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota is 89 today. Barbara Walters presents the 10 most fascinating folk of 2011 on ABC tonight at 8:30. The rest of the stories are a click away.
I-90 Reopened; I-29 Remains Closed To Watertown
West of Sioux Falls the interstate is open, going north, still a big issue until Monday morning.
Fail Safe Christmas Gifts, What’s Yours
Let's get some ideas together here for the fail safe, no return!
I-90 Stretch Opens
I-90 between Mitchell and Chamberlain opens. Latest road conditions go to http://www.safetravelusa.com
How Did You Come Up With A Name?
From Billy Bob to Jack and Jill, names for babies come with a price. How did you pick yours?
Conquering Graves’ Disease
Nearly ten years ago, I was diagnosed with Graves' Disease. I learned that autoimmune disease means that my immune system somehow got misdirected and made me its target. In easy terms, I’m allergic to myself.
Sioux Falls School Board Votes To Close Two School & Replace One
A heated discussion at the Sioux Falls School Board Monday night.
Thanksgiving Costs a Few More Pennies This Year
Gobble up! Next week's feast is still affordable. The price of turkey and the trimmings for ten people rose only 28-cents.
TOP MONDAY STORIES
Upcoming events and stories that will be talked about on Monday:
Daylight Savings Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday
It’s that time of year again, move your clocks back this weekend.