Yes, that’s right! KYMN can now be heard on 95.1 FM. Our new logo will be launching soon! Jeff Johnson talks about KYMN’s new FM… Click below for the interview:
The Northfield Downtown Development Corporation (NDDC) has hired a new Executive Director. Jenni Roney has accepted the part-time position and will begin her duties on January 1st. According to a press release from Board Chair, Dan Bergeson, Roney operates Wordsmith Marketing & Design, a graphic design and strategic marketing company here in Northfield. Previously, she was the Marketing Coordinator for the Northfield YMCA during the inaugural year in its newly opened facility. We expect to hear more from Roney in the coming weeks. Click on the PDF for the full release:
Today’s news update – Rice County gets kudos for safe driving; Nfld Council holds hearings on levies and much more; NH&C earns Excellence Award and rolls out new logo; NHS and NAG team up for community project
Rice County gets kudos for safe driving
Over the Thanksgiving holiday, Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn, said they only had 1 DWI arrest. He said “it’s great”. In the past they’ve had 3 or 4 in a night. Extra DWI enforcement is in place through December 30th. Dunn reminds everyone that there were 2 head on collisions recently, neither involved alcohol but two people are dead. It’s important to stay alert always and that can mean watching the other drivers who may be texting, facebooking, phoning or otherwise distracted. (more…)
KYMN AM 1080 and also now, FM 95.1 once again proves to be Southern Minnesota’s go-to radio station with their mix of News and Information and an eclectic variety of music that is always independently programmed, often featuring live in-studio performances. And, the broadcast schedule includes a great mix of live talent. For the 4th year in a row, Jeff Johnson, owner of KYMN, has
proven he’s got this radio thing down! Johnson has been a voice on KYMN since 1987 and purchased the station in 2008. As a morning show host, he mixes “News with a Side of Sports” with Tim McNiff each weekday morning. Teri Knight is the News Director and brings her own brand of humor into the (more…)
Jeff Johnson speaks with Juliana Skluzacek, Director with the Merlin Players about their new production, Wrapped in Love and Glory, Letters and music weave together the WWII story of the women working in the Faribault Woolen Mill making blankets for troops fighting overseas.
Click below to listen to the full interview:
Frosty the snowman, was a jolly sporty soul.
With a corn cob pipe and a button nose and two poems made out of stone.
Down to Division, with a shopping bag in his hand.
Running here and there all around Bridge Square saying find me if you can.