As the Sports Director for KRFO, I enjoy the chance to cover sports throughout the year for Owatonna, Blooming Prairie, Medford, NRHEG and Triton. I feature coaches from each school on the Saturday coaches show at 9AM during the school year. During the summer I look forward to the Steele County Fair for the great food and music. I'm on air each afternoon on AM 1390 with a mix of music, news and local information. Come back to the website often for local, regional and national stories of interest. In my spare time I go to high school sporting events, go for a run or watch a movie. My wife Chris and I have two grown children. Cynthia is graduate of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and Aaron attends the University of MN.
Is Your Home Giving You Cancer?
Your home might have a high level of this cancer-causing, naturally occurring gas.
Officer-Involved Shooting Leaves Man, K-9 Unit Dead
A reported domestic incident escalated to shots being fired Sunday that left a man and a police K-9 unit dead and an officer injured.
Vikings Name Owatonna’s Jeff Williams Coach of the Year
Vikings Name Owatonna's Jeff Williams Coach of the Year
Blooming Prairie Murder Suspect to Appear in Court
Lois Riess of Blooming Prairie is scheduled to be in a Florida courtroom Wednesday in connection with murder charges.
Semi Truck Crashes Off Freeway Ramp in South Metro
A semi truck crashed off a Twin Cities freeway Sunday morning, landing on another freeway ramp.
Player Leaves Sideline to Make Tackle [Video]
A frustrated player, and senior captain, left the sideline to make a tackle during a recent MN prep game.
Vikings Lose Top Draft Choice to Knee Injury Again
Mike Hughes went down with a knee injury in Sunday's win over Arizona and will miss the rest of the season.
Two Die in Head-On Crash
Twin Cities-area crash kills two drivers early Thursday.
Another Deer With CWD Found in Southeast Minnesota
Another deer with CWD was found during the opening weekend of the archery season in southeast MN.
Armed Home-Invasion in Steele County Sunday
An armed home-invasion in Steele County is the second of its kind since mid-August.