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.
Governor Walz Extends Bar + Restaurant Closures And Asks Public To Stay Home Until At Leas…
The order asks Minnesotans to stay home unless doing essential tasks, extends the bar and restaurant closures, and lays out distance learning in schools.
‘Social Distancing Scorecard’ Gives Minnesota ‘A’ Grade, Wisconsin ‘B’ Grade So Far
A data analytics company issued a county-by-county 'Social Distancing Scorecard', grading counties and states on the efforts of residents to minimize COVID-19 spread.
Duluth Closes City Playgrounds, Issues New Guidelines For Parks And Trails
The Duluth Parks And Recreation Department has closed playgrounds and issued new parks and trails guidelines to help in stopping the spread of COVID-19.
What Is Defined As An ‘Essential Business’ Under Wisconsin’s ‘Safer At Home’ Order?
As a statewide 'Safer At Home' order goes into effect in Wisconsin, what businesses are being defined as 'essential' businesses being allowed to stay open?
What Can You Do, Where Can You Go Under Wisconsin’s ‘Safer At Home’ Order?
Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers' 'Safer At Home' order goes into effect Wednesday. What does that mean for residents and businesses?
WATCH: Strong Wind Creates Self-Moving ‘Snow Curls’ On Minnesota Lake
You definitely don't see this every day. What looks like rolls of toilet paper made of snow rolling across a Minnesota Lake captured on video this weekend.
DTA Enacts ‘Rear Door Only’ Boarding Policy
Starting March 22, the Duluth Transit Authority is shifting to a 'rear door only' boarding policy until further notice in response to COVID-19.
St. Louis County Confirms First Case Of COVID-19
Following confirmed cases in Bayfield and Douglas counties in Wisconsin over the last couple days, St. Louis County has confirmed the first case of COVID-19 coronavirus in the county.
Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center Closes For Public Safety
In a news release from the Army Corps of Engineers, it was announced that the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center in Duluth, Minnesota will be closed until further notice.
First Case Of COVID-19 Identified In Bayfield County
The Bayfield County Health Department is reporting that a high school student in Bayfield is the first positive test of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Bayfield County.
Let Us Help Get The Word Out You’re Open For Business
Are you a restaurant, bar, coffee shop, bakery, brewery, or other similar business impacted by the COVID-19 statewide closures that is still open and offering delivery or take-out services? Let us know, so we can help get the word out to our audience!
Craving Sports During Nationwide Sports Shutdown? NFL Offers Free Game Pass Access
Sports fans looking for a way to pass the time at home can binge watch the wealth of games and content offered on the NFL's Game Pass platform through the spring.