Proudly born and raised in Central Minnesota. (Go LPGE Thunder!) After high school, I went to Brown College for Radio Broadcasting, and worked in the Twin Cities for a year before realizing home is where the heart is. When I'm not behind a microphone, you can usually find me on the golf course, in the kitchen trying out a new recipe, or walking my dog Norman, who was adopted from the Tri-County Humane Society. I host bar trivia on weeknights and spend most weekends hanging out at the lake. Follow along on Instagram and Twitter @AbbeyOnAir!
What Do You Call These Frozen Treats in Minnesota?
Everyone has had one of these on a hot summer day, and everyone seems to have a different name for them.
Fun Facts to Celebrate Minnesota’s 163rd Birthday (May 11th)
To celebrate our great state's 163rd birthday, here are some fun facts you can share with your friends and coworkers this week.
Stay Overnight in a Castle at this Minnesota Air BnB
If you've always wanted to live like a character in a fairytale (or Game of Thrones), this Air BnB in Minnesota is the place to do it.
Cars Can Predict the Weather in Minnesota
Cars can predict the weather in Minnesota, it isn't always 100% accurate but neither is the weatherman, so take it with a grain of road salt.
Families Come Together to Create 2-Mile-Long Ice Skating Path in Warroad, Minnesota
Skating rinks and frozen lakes are fun, but if you're looking for a skating adventure you gotta go North to Warroad, Minnesota.
‘Kites on Ice’ Festival Returning to Buffalo, MN February 13th
Winters can get long in Minnesota, but luckily we know how to make the most of it and beat the blues.
Turns Out Bigfoot is a Minnesota Vikings Fan
If only Bigfoot's Purple Pride was lucky for the team.
Kensington Runestone in Alexandria the Subject of a New TV Show
A piece of central Minnesota history tied back to the Vikings of the 1300's is going to be the center of attention on a new Science Channel show.
‘Frost Quakes’ Are a Real Thing That Could Happen in Minnesota
The recent one in Wisconsin happened in Muskego, a town in the southeast corner of the state.
We Only Lose Two More Minutes of Daylight in MN Before Solstice
Winter Solstice (the day with the shortest amount of daylight hours) is happening next Monday, and we only have two more minutes of daylight left to lose.