I grew up in Albert Lea, and made my way to Owatonna about 20 years ago. I love Southern Minnesota and have no plans to leave the area. I have 2 daughters; my oldest works here in town and my youngest is in middle school. I am involved with Owatonna Area Special Olympics as a coach and a member of the management team. When I was younger I thought being on the radio was such an awesome job, and I am so happy that I am able to work here.
WATCH: Cows Swept Away By River at Oxbow Park
With the flooding going on, this video has been going viral on Facebook, showing several cows who were swept away by the flooding and floating downriver.
Owl City’s “Fireflies” Was Released 10 Years Ago
Owatonna's Adam Young, known throughout the world as Owl City, has made quite the name for himself.
Special Olympics Summer Games
Last weekend, more than 2,500 hundred athletes competed at the Special Olympics Summer Games, at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. Delegations from across the State of Minnesota descended upon the campus as a finish to the season
The North Market is Open for the 2019 Season
The North Market opened for business in Northern Owatonna on Tuesday, June 18th.
The 10th Annual Harry Wenger Marching Band Festival [PHOTOS]
It was the 10th Annual Harry Wenger Marching Band Festival, and what a beautiful morning it turned out to be.
O.S.C.A.R. to Participate in Amateur Radio Field Day
The public is invited to come down and see the amateur radios, also known as ham radios, in action
How Young is Too Young to Stay Home Alone?
Minnesota does NOT have any laws in place that state until your child is ___ age, they cannot be left alone, however, they do have guidelines that they follow when determining an average age to have children unsupervised.
Cottonwood Fluff is Flammable, Don’t Burn It
The Cottonwood trees are losing their fluff, it's blowing all over as the trees are letting go of their seeds after pollination. This process can sometimes take a few weeks
Special Olympics Summer Games Law Enforcement Torch Run
As part of the Opening Ceremonies on Friday night, they will finish the Law Enforcement Torch Run
Olmsted County Sheriff’s Deputy Caught in the Act!
An anonymous caller reported a suspicious substance scattered all over a parking lot.