I grew up in Central Minnesota, learning to enjoy all of what Minnesota has to offer - whether it be enjoying a good hot dish, heading into the great outdoors to fish or hunt, or being let down by the Twins, Vikings, T-Wolves, and Wild (I can't help it, I'm a fan). I moved to Bemidji to attend Bemidji State University and get a degree in Mass Communications (I know, who goes to a 4-year school to get into radio, right?). If you’ve ever been to any of our events, you’ve probably seen me with a camera in my hand or hanging from my neck. I’ve inherited the title of unofficial station photographer for all of the stations in our building. I also enjoy heading out and shooting outside of work too. I really love sharing my mornings with all of our awesome MIX 108 listeners! It’s really rewarding being able to inform everyone on what happened overnight and share some laughs along the way.
Assessing The Damage A Day Later: What The Storm Left Behind Other Than Snow
The first snowstorm of the 2017-2018 season packed a punch; breaking a snowfall record in Duluth, causing damage to portions of Duluth's shoreline, and leading to several car accidents including a couple fatal ones.
Friday’s Snowstorm Breaks Record in Duluth, See Area Snowfall Totals
Yesterday afternoon we shared that Duluth was only half an inch away from breaking a snowfall record, and we managed to get enough snow to break the record later in the day.
Portion of Harbor Drive and Canal Park Parking Lot Remain Closed Due to Wave-Related Flood…
Powerful waves that forced debris onto the Duluth Lakewalk and damaged the boardwalk in Canal Park also brought water inland, causing flooding and bringing debris onto Canal Park roads and parking surfaces.
Today’s Snowstorm Has Already Almost Broken A Record in Duluth, and Still Could
While forecasted snowfall totals for the Duluth area ranged from an inch to maybe 2-3 inches, Mother Nature had other plans for today.
WATCH: See Lakewalk Damage From Powerful Lake Superior Waves
As the first snowstorm of the 2017-2018 season moves through the region, Mother Nature left her mark not only with snow, but also with significant damage to the Duluth Lakewalk.
First Winter Storm Watch of 2017-2018 Winter Season Issued For Northern Minnesota Counties
As the track and timing of this strong weather system becomes more clear, the National Weather Service has decided to issue a winter storm watch for portions of Northern Minnesota, marking the first winter storm watch of the 2017-2018 winter season.
What Do Teal Pumpkins on Halloween Mean?
Did you see an teal pumpkins while out trick-or-treating last year around the Twin Ports? If not, you may run into some this year while you're out in the Duluth-Superior area. Here's the meaning, and some of the places you might find them this year.
Only Two Dates Remain For Nopeming Ghost Tours This Year
Only two more dates remain for the special paranormal 101 investigation tours with PRISM Paranormal of Minnesota this year, and space is limited.
Super Bowl 52 In Minneapolis Halftime Performer Confirmed
On a night that features a rematch from Super Bowl LI, the NFL has revealed the performer for Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis.
Is The First Accumulating Snow of the Season In This Week’s Forecast?
Generally speaking, temperatures this fall have been pretty nice. With temperatures set to fall this week, a chance of snow is popping up in the forecast.
Do The Different Parts of Candy Corn Taste Different?
Jeanne insists the different colors that make up candy corn taste different. I don't believe her. So, I decided to put her to the test.
Best Places to Get Pumpkins for Your Halloween Jack-O-Lantern in the Duluth / Superior Are…
One of the staples of fall and the Halloween season is picking out that perfect pumpkin to carve, or even to just put out for decoration. Where does one look for the best pumpkin picking around Duluth, Superior, and beyond? Here are three suggestions, some more simple, and others more extravagant.