I was born and raised in central Minnesota, just down Interstate 94 in Melrose. I attended St. Cloud State University for both my undergraduate and graduate degrees, majoring in Mass Communication and Political Science. I served as News Director for 88.1 FM KVSC St. Cloud during my time as a grad student. I spent a summer working for Radio America in Arlington, Virginia. While in the Washington, D.C. area, I covered national stories and served as a man-on-the-street reporter for a nationally syndicated program. A fun fact very few know about me is that my first radio experience came on live Polish radio while studying abroad. Outside of news, I am a huge Minnesota sports fan. I feel that it’s always a good day when the Packers aren’t winning. I am an avid reader and slowly growing a library of my own. You will likely see me working out or attending SCSU hockey games.
Organization Looks to Inspire Youth Through Aviation
A St. Paul-based group is looking to inspire kids in St. Cloud by getting them off the streets and active in the aviation industry.
Mayor: Future Looks Strong For Sartell [AUDIO]
Sartell Mayor Joe Perske addressed issues facing the City of Sartell during his annual State of the City Address.
Husky Hockey Merchandise a Hot Item Around St. Cloud [AUDIO]
St. Cloud State is in the Frozen Four for the first time in school history. To celebrate, Husky fans are buying up any and all hockey apparel. Merchandise from t-shirts and sweatshirts to hockey pucks are hot items at area stores.
Sartell Takes Step Towards Community Center
The City of Sartell is in the early stages of a planning project that could lead to the construction of a new Community Center.
Board Working on New Superintendent’s Salary
The St. Cloud Area School Board is looking to finalize the salary of incoming superintendent Willie Jett.
Leaders Come Together to Address Transportation Concerns [AUDIO]
A roundtable discussion tackled the topics of transportation issues facing the St. Cloud community.
Truck Rolls After Driver Falls Asleep
A truck rolled over in Todd County after the driver fell asleep.
Students Experience the Dangers of Impaired Driving [AUDIO]
SCSU students got a taste of what it's like driving impaired.
Veterans College Fair to be Held At Camp Ripley
Camp Ripley is hosting a college fair for veterans.
Sauk Rapids Woman Recognized For Volunteer Work
Kirsten Stiegel is being named the 2013 Sauk Rapids Citizen of the Year.