Goose grew up in the Quad Cities listening to 97X. After high school he joined the Army (Parachute Rigger for the 82nd Airborne) and is a 1991 Gulf War Vet. After his 4 years of service he returned to the Quad Cities and began an internship with 97X. He climbed the “radio ladder” and went from weekend dj, to overnights, nights, and mid-days. In the fall of 2008, he was hired as the Morning Show Producer of the Dwyer and Michaels Morning Show. You can hear Goose with the 2Dorks in the morning or tune in weekdays from 10am-1pm as he gets to host a show on the very station he loved while growing up.
Businesses Get More Calls Today Than Any Other Day of the Year
Summer is over and people are back to work today, and finally ready to take care of the business they've been procrastinating on all summer.
Study Finds Women Really Are Better at Remembering Events Than Men
Women are also better at remembering faces and smells.
Five Things That Affect How Much the Tooth Fairy Pays Out
How does the Tooth Fairy decide what a tooth is worth?
A Surprise Technique to Stop a Crying Baby
Those of us with kids who are grown know that there's nothing a parent won't try to get their baby to stop crying.
Almost One-Third of Delivery Drivers Admit They’ve Eaten a Customer’s Food
According to a new survey, 21% of people say they believe a delivery driver has stolen some of their food at some point.
Seven Safety Tips From the Red Cross on How to Survive a Heat Wave
There's a massive heat wave hitting the country this weekend, so here are seven safety tips from the Red Cross on what you should do to be ready...
Four Tips on How to Keep Your Kids Busy This Summer
Four ways to go about curing summer boredom blues for your kid.
Working Only One Day a Week Is Good for Your Mental Health
A new study out of England found that working just one day a week is best for your mental health.
A Quarter of Pet Owners Have Lied to Their Boss About a Sick Pet
A new survey found just under a quarter of pet owners have lied to their boss about a sick pet before.
Here’s How to Keep Your Kids Safe Around Pools This Summer
According to the CDC, drowning is the #1 cause of unintentional death among children ages 1 to 4, and the #2 cause for kids 5 to 9.