I grew up in Clear Lake, South Dakota. The 60’s and 70’s exposed me to some legendary country music. I continued my appreciation for country music thru the 80’s, 90’s and up to present day. And I've spent a great deal of time studying it. When I sit down to do the KXRB Morning Show each day, I have a library of music that is like nothing else in the world. I have songs spanning over seven decades to play and talk about. Hosting the show is not a job, it’s a thrill. On the personal side, I’m blessed with a wonderful family with my wife Lorlane and son Mark Jr. We enjoy spending time together with movies, cooking, dining out, traveling, biking, playing baseball, fishing once in a while, and whatever else we feel like doing together.
My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
A Phoenix woman is facing numerous charges after she allegedly sent more than 65,000 text messages to a man after a first date
Corn and Soybean Planting Still Behind in South Dakota
Planting and corn of soybeans in South Dakota remains well behind the average pace. Farmers are working around the clock to get their crops in after a late planting season.
Sioux Falls Street Construction Updates
The street construction in Sioux Falls continues. And we want to keep you updated on changes that may affect your commute around the city.
Cheap Sunglasses Can Ruin Your Eyes
Don't take any chances of doing damage to your eyes by choosing cheap imitation sunglasses.
Farmers, Enter Corn Yield Contest
The National Corn Growers Association invites farmers to register early for the National Corn Yield Contest and save big on entry fees. Until June 29, fees will be reduced.
Corn Growers Seek Help from President Trump
The National Corn Growers Association urged President Trump to follow through on the necessary steps to implement year-round sales of higher ethanol blends, such as E15.
The New Thing Is Job Hopping
Businesses and companies continue to struggle finding workers in today's extremely tight labor market. Employees can leave a job and walk right into two more.
South Dakota Man Sent to Prison for Stealing from His Mom
An Alexandria man has been sentenced to serve ten years in prison for stealing from his ailing 90-year old mother.
We Have a Shortage of Workers
Is it true that the unemployment rate being too low can be a problem? Actually, I feel that the economy is sensing that situation right now.
26th and Minnesota Construction Begins Monday May 7
Beginning on Monday, May 7, 2018, reconstruction of the intersection of West 26th Street and South Minnesota Avenue will begin.