Hometown: Lansford, ND I spent my childhood years in western North Dakota, but I moved to the Grand Forks area when I was a senior in high school. I went to the University of North Dakota (Go, SIOUX!), where I got my Communication degree. It was the summer before my sophomore year of college that I got my first radio job. When I started, I was terrified and ecstatic all at the same time. It was an incredible college job. After graduation, I wanted to do hair, so that's what I did. After I finished hair school in Fargo, I moved to Denver for a couple of years. But, as you probably know, a true North Dakotan can't stay away from her family forever. So, I moved back to North Dakota, still did hair, and picked up a part-time gig at my old radio job. Then, in the fall of 2019, I somehow was fortunate enough to do what I truly love full-time. I'm now doing radio for my career, I've moved back to western North Dakota, and I'm ready for my new life in Bismarck. I'm so glad I made the move! Outside of work, I am kind of a hermit. I like to hang out at home with my pets (Penelope and Raspy) and fiance, Aidan. We enjoy cooking and playing cards and board games. When Aidan and I decide to be social, we like to go to local breweries; dinner and movies, and we also love to travel. My favorite things to do are hair and makeup, listen to music and podcasts, drawing, and go to concerts.
Kids’ Kicks Donation Drive SUCCESSFULLY Collects Enough Winter Gear For BPS Kids In Need
Thanks to kind souls in our community, all of Bismarck Public Schools kids in need will have the proper winter clothes to stay warm in the brutal North Dakota winter.
Former Mandan Police Officer’s Bond Set At $5,000 For Alleged Sex Crime Against A Minor
He allegedly hid his phone in a bathroom exhaust vent to secretly record a minor.
North Dakota High School Sports Will Be Able To Practice Starting November 30
Governor Burgum still emphasizes the importance of taking steps to slowing community spread.
DONATE To Feed Bismarck-Mandan Kids In Need With 96 Hours of Caring
According to data provided by the United Way, "Over 1,200 elementary school students in Bismarck and Mandan Public Schools qualify for free or reduced lunch."
SCAM ALERT: Fake Fargo Website Claims To Sell “Designer Cats”
Unfortunately, a person in Fargo lost thousands to an online scammer, posing as a cat breeder.
UPDATE: Zoo Boo is CANCELLED Due to Weather
You can bring the family out for animals, candy, and fun at the Dakota Zoo THIS SATURDAY.
Donate Snow Boots & Help Bismarck Kids In Need This Winter
The race is on to equip every BPS child in need with proper winter clothes.
People Of Burleigh County, Were You Mailed An Empty Ballot Envelope?
Valley News Live (Fargo) is reporting that people in Burleigh County have been receiving envelopes for absentee voting ballots, but not receiving the actual ballots.
Upcoming “Freedom Walk” In Bismarck Is Raising Money & Awareness For Human Trafficking
Evangel Church is putting on a Freedom Walk this Saturday, October 17.
On North Dakota Roads, How Likely Is It You Will Hit An Animal?
North Dakota didn't quite make it in the "Top 10," but our state is still considered "High Risk."