I grew up in Beresford, went to college at Black Hills State, SDSU, then Black Hills State again (yes, I graduated after 7 years). Worked previously in Rapid City and Denver before moving back home in 2004 to go back to school to finish my teaching degree because I thought I was done with radio. The next thing I know I'm working at Hot 104.7 and have been there ever since. Luckily, Crystal let me marry her in 2007, we had Jackie in 2008 and Rockley in 2011, and Esia in 2013. I do nothing, play my PS3, shoot guns, hunt, and play golf (in order of which I do best).
COVID-19 Count 5/5 – Three New Deaths in South Dakota
As Smithfield prepares to reopen the number of new cases of COVID-19 remain steady.
Brookings Summer Arts Festival Cancelled
Another staple of the summer has been called off due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 Count 5/4 – 37 New Cases in South Dakota
The number of new coronavirus cases in South Dakota stayed low once again today.
Sioux Falls Gas Prices Expected to Rise
As more and more people start to go back to work, the demand for gas will go up and so will the prices.
Soo Foo Hot 40: Top Songs for May 2, 2020
Check out the 40 hottest songs in Sioux Falls from May 2, 2020. Hear the countdown every Saturday from 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM on Hot 104.7.
South Dakota Fish Cleaning Stations Still Closed
Lots of people have been getting out with their poles and trying to reel one in. However, depending on where you go, some facilities are closed due to COVID-19.
COVID-19 Count 5/1 – Four More Deaths at Good Samaritan
Four more coronavirus related deaths have been attributed to a Sioux Falls nursing home.
Mayor TenHaken Announces Plan to Ease Restrictions on Businesses
A ray of light came from Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken this morning when he announced that a special city council meeting will be held tomorrow for a first reading of a new ordinance to ease restrictions on bars, restaurants, gyms, and other businesses.
COVID-19 Count 4/30 – 76 New Cases in South Dakota
Signs of brightness are starting to emerge as the slow steady rise of COVID-19 cases in the state rise.
COVID-19 Count 4/29 – Two More Deaths in South Dakota
While the number of new cases of COVID-19 in the state have continued to stay down, there was unfortunately more loss of life due to the pandemic.