March is my favorite time for high school sports. You have section tournaments for both boys and girls basketball and wrestling. I love the section basketball tournament no matter who is playing. I covered both Section 3A Basketball Championship games this week. Of course this year was different because of the pandemic. I really missed being in Montevideo for the Super Saturdays and at the … Continue reading MARCH IS FOR BASKETBALL
Tears welled up in my eyes sitting in my recliner Friday afternoon watching the LQPV-D-B Shadows win the State Dance Jazz Championship. It was an emotional afternoon for me. So proud of the Shadows, but sad that I couldn’t be there covering them on the radio. Covid had caused that to happen, but Friday was also my last day of quarantine from contracting the virus. … Continue reading SHADOWS CHAMPS! QUARANTINE OVER!
I like to focus on positive, happy and fun times, instead of dwelling on the negative things happening all around me. Looking back on last week, I had a number of funny things happen to me and just thinking about them now, makes me smile. But lately, spending time on social media has me in a depression and I’m not smiling as much. I love … Continue reading BE KIND
I was on my computer at work Tuesday morning following Twitter like I was waiting for the presidential election results to come in. The Minnesota High School League board of directors were meeting to decide about what to do about fall sports. I was following John Millea of the MSHSL and Lou Raguse from KARE 11 television on Twitter. They both were tweeting about what … Continue reading REALLY SAD
I received a text that said, “Paul, we want you to be our first guest on our podcast.” I got pretty excited! I don’t think I’ve ever texted back so fast. Yes, yes and yes I would love to be on your podcast was my reply. I’ve been a guest on other radio shows before but never a podcast. I couldn’t wait till Wednesday. Kelli … Continue reading LIFESTYLE FUN
I recently attended two graduation ceremonies. Friday evening in Canby and Saturday morning at Lac qui Parle Valley. The corona-virus pandemic has forced school officials to scramble and figure out a way to recognize the seniors. That was no easy task due to the restrictions put on by the state and health department. However, both schools and communities came through for the graduates and their … Continue reading seniors