Growing up, being on the radio is all I ever dreamed of doing. I started as the bear mascot for a station in my hometown of Wausau, Wisconsin, that aired Chicago Cubs games. I finally DID end up on the radio, working weekends and overnights while I earned a BA from UW-Eau Claire. I worked on the air in Eau Claire for nearly 20 years. After I met my beautiful wife, we got married (in Jamaica), and moved to Rochester in 2012. In my spare time, I like to get out on the mountain bike, catch House Hunters on TV or try one of Minnesota's many great craft beers. While I'm a Twins and Wild fan, I do confess to rooting for certain MLB, NFL, and Big 10 teams from a state just east of here. (You can take the boy out of Wisconsin, but you can't take the Wisconsin out of the boy!)
Curt St. John
Minnesota Timberwolves Now Have Worst All-Time Winning Percentage
While the Twins and Wild are trying to erase the championship drought in Minnesota, the Timberwolves just set a new record for NOT winning games.
Minnesota Bill Would Allow Twins to Play Home Games in Wisconsin
Could the Minnesota Twins play their home games this season... in Wisconsin? They could if a bill proposed Friday is signed into law in Minnesota.
Can You Get a Sunburn in March in Minnesota?
We're set to enjoy some above-average temperatures with lots of sunshine this weekend, but is it too early to get a sunburn here in Minnesota?
Gas Prices Highest in 2 Years in Minnesota– and Headed Higher
Gas prices are higher in Minnesota right now than they were before the pandemic hit last year-- and they're likely to head even higher.
Is Minnesota’s Most Popular Home Decor Item in Your House?
According to a new survey, this home decor item is one that can be found in more homes in Minnesota than any other. Do you know what it is-- and do you have in your house?
Rochester’s Most Annoying Intersections
We travel on them nearly every day. Yet, this collection of intersections here in Minnesota's Med City can cause an undue amount of stress... because they are the Most Annoying Intersections in Rochester!
Kyle Rudolph Writes Touching Thank You Letter to Minnesota
Former Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph just wrote a touching thank you letter to Minnesota after he was released from the team Tuesday.
Plan to Spend More Time in Line at MSP If You’re Flying in March
While overall air travel was WAY down in 2020, there are signs that March could be the busiest since the pandemic started at Minnesota's biggest airport.
Target’s Sales in 2020 More Than Last 11 Years Combined
While the economic fallout caused by the pandemic has taken its toll on many businesses in Minnesota, it actually helped Target have a record year in 2020.
Southeast Minnesota Outdoors TV Show to Air Nationwide
It's not every day that a TV show produced right in southeast Minnesota gets picked up by a national network, but that's just what happened-- and it'll be on TV starting Monday.