She’s back!! Dana Zhaken from Kazakhstan was an exchange student six years ago when I was the exchange student coordinator in the area. Dana attended Ortonville high school and lived with the Kafka family. She stopped by the radio station for a visit. Listen to our interview on podcast at http://www.klqpfm.com Continue reading FROM KAZAKHSTAN
I have been thinking about how much fun I had at the state girls’ basketball tournament all week long. I’m still on a high a week later! Sure I was exhausted when I got home that Saturday night, and I’ve recovered. But my mind won’t stop thinking about my experience at state girls’ basketball with the Minneota Vikings. Watching the Minneota Vikings girls’ basketball team … Continue reading STATE BASKETBALL STILL ON MY MIND!
This will be a very personal blog today. I’ve experienced something this week that I never want to experience again. That is seeing my wife of 42 years so sick that they took her by ambulance to St. Cloud Friday evening. Roxie rarely gets sick, so this was a big shock to me when the doctor in Dawson said we need to get her to … Continue reading EMOTIONAL TWO DAYS
Every time I go over to Canby to broadcast a game, I always come away feeling special. The people at the school always give me a warm welcome and are so kind and thoughtful. I really enjoy the Canby community. My friends, along with my wife and I frequent PK Eagans often. A couple of times we brought our lawn chairs and listened to the music in the park during the … Continue reading CANBY
This is my busiest week of the year as sports director at KLQP radio. You have championship football games, championship volleyball matches and state cross country all in one week. I will be at all of them. Every year my schedule is the same. Section volleyball on Tuesday at SMSU and again Thursday in Marshal for the North […]