I’ve been a part of the Sioux Falls media for nearly 30 years. I grew up in Southern California, and graduated from California State University, Fullerton, with a BA in Communications in 1986. I got my start in television later that year at KNAZ-TV in Flagstaff, Arizona. I moved to Sioux Falls in 1989 to become Sports Director at KSFY-TV, a position I held for more than eight years. During that time I was named ‘Sportscaster of the Year’ by the South Dakota Associated Press. My radio career began in January 2000. I live in Sioux Falls with my wife, Vicki. I have two daughters, Ashley and Alison, and one Grandson, Link.
Frost Arena Experience Gets Rave Reviews from Louisville
Fourth-ranked Cardinals leave Brookings with more than just a win
Aberdeen Native Josh Heupel Gets Central Florida Job
Former Aberdeen Central and Oklahoma quarterback fills vacancy left by Scott Frost's departure to Nebraska
Report: South Dakota’s Bob Nielson Offered Kent State Job
Just days after the conclusion of the most successful football season for USD in the Division I era, the Coyotes may be looking for a new head coach.
Always Wanted Your House to Look Like the Griswold’s? Now It Can!
Several different websites are selling light sets this year the give you the full Griswold effect
South Dakota’s Chris Streveler Leads All-Missouri Valley Team
Eight Coyotes and Jackrabbits are MVFC first teamers in 2017
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Vocal issues don't keep the former Nirvana drummer and his band from putting on an epic show
Argus Leader YES! How About NO!
My ongoing battle to stop receiving something I never wanted in the first place
Sioux Falls Is One of America’s Best Cities to Live on $40,000
South Dakota's largest city scores high on the AARP list
Avera McKennan, Sanford Get ‘B’ Grades in National Hospital Safety Rankings
Avera McKennan and Sanford are two of 662 hospitals nationwide to earn a 'B' grade in an annual ranking of hospital safety
An Unexpected Pheasant Encounter
Usually in South Dakota, you go find the pheasants. Sometimes they find you.