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Fax: 507-288-6324


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Vice President & General Manager
Bryce Caldwell
Phone: 507-288-4444
Email: bcaldwell@kttc.com

News Director
Michele Gors
Phone: 507-535-8930
Email: mgors@kttc.com

Director of Sales
Allen Wiese
Email: awiese@kttc.com

Local Sales Manager
Peggy Dalland
Phone: 507-535-8908
Email: pdalland@kttc.com

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Jenn Janvrin
Phone: 507-535-8952
Email: jjanvrin@kttc.com

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Vickie Broughton
Phone: 507-535-8914
Email: vbroughton@kttc.com

Production Manager
Jason Holland
Phone: 507-535-8905
Email: jholland@kttc.com

Chief Engineer
John Wilcox
Phone: 507-535-8921
Email: jwilcox@kttc.com

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KTTC WEATHER AUTHORITY
Rochester
60°
Mason City
61°
Albert Lea
72°
Decorah
Austin
66°
Winona
59°
Sunshine continues through Sunday; Rain and Thunderstorms arrive Monday

Sunshine continues through Sunday; Rain and Thunderstorms arrive Monday

Tonight, we'll see partly cloudy skies with overnight lows dipping back into the low to mid 50s.

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