Grew up north of the Cities, and excited to be here at WJON. I'm your afternoon anchor from 2-6, and cover local education, Foley, St. Joseph and Avon. I also enjoy yelling at our Minnesota sports teams as they shave years off my lifespan. Studied radio at Brown College, and spent 6 years in the Army Reserve.
WJON Radio News: FlashBriefing for February 23, 2018
Here's the latest Central Minnesota news with the WJON Flash Briefing.
Vehicles, Businesses Burgled and Damaged Across Stearns County
There was a small outbreak of property damage and thefts across Stearns County in the past week.
One Hospitalized After Morrison County Crash
A Wadena man was taken to the hospital after his vehicle was sideswiped on Highway 10 in Bellevue Township.
District 742 to Refocus on Selling Former Wilson School on North Side
As the needs of District 742 shift, the former Wilson School is no longer a part of their future.
District 742 Approves 2018-2019 School Calendar
District 742 has their official 2018-2019 school calendar out for students and parents, with September 5th as the first day of school.
Emotions Run High At Refugee Resettlement Presentation
Dozens of people crowded into the Mississippi room at the St. Cloud Public Library Thursday night as a former St. Cloud State University Professor presented on the issues surrounding refugee resettlement.
Woman Hospitalized After Two Vehicle Crash In St. Cloud
One woman was hospitalized and another cited after a crash in north St. Cloud Wednesday morning.
Sauk Rapids-Rice Schools To Enter Negotiations With Superintendent Candidate
The Sauk Rapids-Rice School District's Board of Education appear to have chosen the next man to lead the district, Aaron Sinclair.
High Ambition in Apollo Girl’s Basketball Scoring Leader
After hitting the thousand point mark her Sophmore year, Junior Lariah Washington wasn't done, she recently earned the mark of Apollo's all-time leading scorer on the basketball court.
The Time’s Come To Prune and Trim Trees, Shrubs
It's time to start trimming and pruning your plants, and trees to get ready for the warmer months according to the University of Minnesota Extension Office.