Paul Shea graduated from Brown College in 2013 with an Associate's of Applied Science degree in broadcasting. Before arriving in St. Cloud, he had stops in Faribault, Albert Lea, and in the Twin Cities. Paul enjoys snowmobiling when we have enough snow, and Twins baseball. Feel free to add him on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram
Plan On Ice Fishing In MN This Winter? Know This New Rule!
During the winter, complaints about litter left on the ice are among the most common that DNR conservation officers receive.
What Has Happened To The ‘Loose Moose’ In Iowa?
The moose apparently went through the thin ice on a lake and drowned.
Do You Remember Dayton’s Santa Bears? They Are Back In MN!
Do you remember this bear growing up? I know my grandma loved to pick these up for us grandkids when we were younger
It’s Soup Flight Season, Who Has ‘Em Here In Minnesota?
I'd think that most places serving up soup flights would want a French Onion, Chili, Chicken Noodle, and Tomato Soup.
MN Lake Foundation Claps Back On Parents & Those Who Allow This
A Minnesota Lakes Foundation took to social media over the weekend to remind people NOT to throw rocks from the shoreline out onto the ice
This 1.5 Mile Long MN Holiday Drive-Thru Just Permanently Closed
If you are looking for some still open holiday light drive-thru's there are many to choose from.
Craving Comfort Food? This MN Pizza Chain Has Just The Thing!
Pine City's Pizza Pub unveiled their December special and it looks SO good! Would you try a Tater Tot Hotdish Pizza?
One Of The Best Bars For A Bloody In Central MN Adding A New Service
In addition to catering services, we will also offer special event rentals, including portable bars, keg bars, portable hand washing stations, 200 lb. ice bins, and our keg trailer.
This Popular Lake Mille Lacs Resort Is Now Listed As Being Up For Sale
Included is 150 feet of lakeshore, 33 boat slips with ample dock space and all the equipment to operate the resort.
A Thin Ice Reminder For Minnesotans Eager To Get Out Ice Fishing
Remember that it’s not just dangerous for you - you’re putting at risk every first responder who has to come out and attempt to save you if you fall through thin ice.