I graduated from Brown College in 2013 with an Associates of Applied Science degree in broadcasting in 2013. Before arriving in Faribault, I had stops in Albert Lea and in the Twin Cities. I recently married my wife Jill and have three cats (Scrappy, Hamilton Alexander III, and Yukon Cornelious) and a dog (Grom). I enjoy snowmobiling when we have enough snow, heading up to Central Minnesota to visit my in-laws' cabin, and Twins baseball. You should be aware that I am also a Chicago Blackhawks fan…sorry Wild fans. I also enjoy a good beer and trying a new restaurant. Feel free to find me on Facebook, Twitter, or Snapchat!
Minnesota Couple Being ‘Shamed’ For Wanting To Adopt A Child
Let's just let people live their own lives and watch their own bobbers.
New FREE Summer Celebration To Be Held In Southern Minnesota
Elysian will be hosting Elysian Dayz June 18-19. There will be nightly concerts, food, volleyball and cornhole tournaments, and things for the kids to do as well. How awesome is that!
Rice County Fairgrounds Hosting 8 Food Trucks And Farmers’ Market May 15-16
Coming up on the weekend of May 15-16 there will be 8 food trucks along with the Cannon Valley Farmers Market and the Spring Flea Market sale from Rice County's Historical Society taking place.
7 Bears Spotted Near Faribault In March, Where Are They Now?
So far there hasn't been any indication that the bears have been spotted since in Rice, Steele, or Dodge Counties.
Could A Million Dollar Ransom Still Be Buried In Minnesota?
That ransom money, other than $4,000 that was recovered was never seen again. Some think it is still buried up on a property in Central Minnesota.
Minnesotan Unpacks His New Tool Chest And Finds This Massive Spider!
File this one under NOPE.
Why Do People Stop And Use Random Port-A Potties?
We have a home being built next door, and since March, when the port-a-potty went in we have had a cavalcade of non-construction workers using the facilities.
Find A Grounded Loon? Do These Things To Keep It Safe!
Many times when there is a mix of weather like that, loons, who have short wings and solid bone structure often cannot continue flying due to possible ice build-up on their wings, or confusion that the roads and parking lot look like lakes in the rain.
Fair Food Makes A Return To Owatonna, Here Is Where You Can Find It!
These fair food trucks were in Owatonna last summer for a few days in the same spot, and I saw quite a bit of traffic-stopping over that way to enjoy a taste of Minnesota summer.
Two People Walk Away From Faribault Plane Crash Thursday Afternoon
Two individuals walked away from a plane crash Thursday afternoon at the Liz Strofus Airport in Faribault according to both Faribault Fire, and the Rice County Sheriff's Office.