I tell my friends “I’m very close to having seen and/or done it all”. A North Dakota farm kid that survived peeing on an electric fence. A radio DJ that ran a Sunday morning show under the air name “Skip Church”. Got a date with Carrie Underwood. Got stood up by Carrie Underwood. Retired from radio at 25 to go home and farm. Retired from farming at 46 and went back to radio. Divorced - two boys, (Drew and Gabe), two dogs (Reno, the Siberian Husky and Rorschach, the Dalmation) and a cat (Moody).
MN Department of Ag Issues Food Recalls
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has released a list of five food products sold in the state that are being recalled.
SCSU Adds Professional Selling Institute
The ribbon was cut Monday at a first-in-the-state professional selling institute at St. Cloud State University.
Area Schools Win Big in Robotics
ST. CLOUD -- Area schools continue to bring home awards in robotics. Last week, the Westwood Elementary VEX Robotics team placed second in the world competition. In addition, the Tech High School team placed in the top 16 of their division in the world competition earlier this month. According to officials from ...
Flags at half-staff Monday
ST. PAUL -- Flags will fly at half-staff Monday across the state. Governor Tim Walz has directed all flags at state and federal buildings in Minnesota to be flown at half staff Monday to remember, mourn and honor the one-million Americans who’ve lost their lives due to COVID-19. ...
High Water Triggers No-Wake Zones
Recent heavy rains have triggered a no-wake restriction on area lakes
Polaris RZR Pro-4 Recalled
The Medina-based ATV manufacturer says a battery cable can touch the prop shaft during use and possibly cause a fire.
Stamp Out Hunger Returns This Weekend
Catholic Charities of St. Cloud is ready to “Stamp Out Hunger” this weekend.
Liquor Law Changes Pass MN House
The state's five largest breweries would be able to sell 64-ounce glass growlers in their taprooms under a bill passed by the Minnesota House.
Investigation Into Camp Ripley Work Results in Back-Pay
A handful of workers will get thousands of dollars in back pay after an investigation from the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry.
MN Ranks Low In Business Survey
Chief Executive Magazine has named Minnesota the tenth worst state for business.