I grew up in Beresford, went to college at Black Hills State, SDSU, then Black Hills State again (yes, I graduated after 7 years). Worked previously in Rapid City and Denver before moving back home in 2004 to go back to school to finish my teaching degree because I thought I was done with radio. The next thing I know I'm working at Hot 104.7 and have been there ever since. Luckily, Crystal let me marry her in 2007, we had Jackie in 2008 and Rockley in 2011, and Esia in 2013. I do nothing, play my PS3, shoot guns, hunt, and play golf (in order of which I do best).
Fall Starts Tuesday When Pumpkin Spice Lattes Return
School has started or is about to start for almost everyone. But the surest sign of fall arrives on Tuesday when the PSL returns.
How To Get Real Relief from Mosquito Bites
One of the downsides of camping, or being outside a lot, around here, is the mosquitoes. This remedy may sound odd, but it works.
HyVee Announces ‘Payment Card Data Incident’
If you have swiped a card at a Hy-Vee gas pump, drive-thru coffee shop, or restaurant, you might want to keep an eye on your account.
South Dakota Gas Prices Trickle Down as Stocks Rise
Gas stocks are on the rise and that is helping keep gas prices lower.
Gas Prices Continue to Fall Towards Autumn
As we get closer to fall, with the start of the school year just a couple of weeks away, gas prices continue to drop.
10 Years Ago Today: Steven Tyler Fell Off the Stage at Buffalo Chip
Every now and then South Dakota makes national news for something. Ten years ago it was for a Rock n Roll Hall of Famer going down for the count.
Tony Stewart Punched a Guy at Jackson Speedway
Tony Stewart retired from NASCAR but he's still out there racing dirt tracks. On Friday he was in Jackson to run at Jackson Motor Speedway.
Full Draw Film Tour Lands in Sioux Falls Friday
The South Dakota chapter of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers is hosting a film festival that hardcore bowhunters will not want to miss.
Camping Do-Over: What I Would Do Differently Tenting in Bad Weather
Last weekend our tent blew away in the storm. It made for a great story, but it also made for a learning experience. There are a few things I would do differently now if planning on camping when severe weather is possible.
The Saga of the Big Blown Away Tent
My family and I went camping this weekend with some friends at Walker's Point on Lake Madison. After losing our tent in the morning storm, it will be one of the most memorable camping trips I'll ever experience.