Eric Roozen

Eric Roozen

Eric was born and raised in Gayville, SD (the Hay Capitol of the World). He went to DWU in Mitchell, SD and caught the radio bug working part time in college. Being the wise boy that he is, it didn’t take him long to figure out sitting in an air conditioned room and talking was a lot better job than throwing hay bales.

He worked at the country and oldies stations in Mitchell until moving back to Gayville to work at WNAX and The Wolf. He has two sons, Dillon and Connor and one daughter Brooklyn. You can hear him doing sports on WNAX from 10am-4pm Eric co-hosts Drive Time from 5-6pm Mon. through Fri. with Fred Foreman. You can also hear him on The Wolf from 10am-3pm, where he tries his hardest to help you get through the workday.


Recent Headlines

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Breastfeeding Promoted

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Society tends to have conflicted views of how new mothers feed their newborns, as breastfeeding is seen as the better choice… as long as it’s not done in public.

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Partnership Seeks To Improve Life On Reservation

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“Partnership with Native Americans” is a charity organization dedicated to improving life on reservations across the country, including nine within South Dakota and a distribution center located in Rapid City.

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House Passes Bill To Rein In Spending

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In an effort to pull the federal government back and control spending, the U.S. House passed the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny, or REINS, Act.

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Rabbit Fever On The Rise

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A sudden rise in rabbit fever has been reported in South Dakota, particularly in the Black Hills.

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No Major Mold Problem At USD Building

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Federal workplace experts who were invited to look at a building on the campus of the University of South Dakota found no major mold problems, but did make some environmental recommendations.