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
Did You Know Minnesota Wants To Pay You For Your Pinecones?
Someone could make some OK money if they live around a bunch of Swamp White Oaks, as the state is paying $150/bushel for those acorns!
MN Police Department Trolls The Internet With 2023 ‘Spotify’ Playlist
Driving in Minnesota without a valid license is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine and or jail time
You Can Fractionally Own This MN House That Sits High Above Lake Superior!
You can see just how dramatic of a view you get of Lake Superior from some of the online photos posted.
Wait! First Moose, Now Elk Being Spotted In Southern Minnesota?
Tim Meyer was flipping through his game cameras from his southwest Minnesota property. He got halfway through before seeing a picture that shocked him. It was a five-by-five bull elk.
Wait A Minute! Is There Another Moose On The Loose In MN?
For now, it appears this 2nd moose is just in the Spirit Lake Iowa area, for now, only time will tell if it heads North through Minnesota
This Iconic MN Statue Just Got A Custom ‘Cozy’ Hat For The Winter!
The hat was created by Amanda Backstrom of Maplewood Quilts in Erhard
Minnesotans Get To Choose If This Flavor Of Brat Gets To Stay
Grundhofers Old Fashioned Meats took to social media to see if they should keep their dill pickle cheese curd brat.
A Big Change Is Coming To One Of St. Cloud’s Newest Gas Stations
It appears there will be 5 to 6 charging stations that will be installed at the southern point of the convenience store's parking lot.
Minnesotans Should Treat Themselves This Weekend To A Meteor Shower!
At times this meteor shower has produced spectacular views!
New Tick Species Found In Ohio Is Killing Cattle, Will It Make It To MN?
This species of tick is not "normally found in the Western Hemisphere, these ticks were reported for the first time in the United States in 2017."