Temi Adeleye started at KEYC in October of 2017. She was raised in Snellville, GA. Temi earned her Bachelor's degree in Communications with a double minor in Film Studies and Hospitality and Tourism from Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, NC. She immediately earned her Master's degree in Journalism from Emerson College in Boston, MA.
Temi hopes that her love for animals will be reflected in her stories.
Temi is looking forward to producing beneficial and exciting stories as she adjusts to Minnesota's weather.
Emerson College, Journalism, 2017
Western Carolina University, Mass Communications, 2016
The city of North Mankato is finding a new and fun way to highlight its history, as they celebrate their 120th anniversary. North Mankato Mayor Mark Dehen said plaques highlighting the historic features that make North Mankato unique, will be found throughout the city very soon.
A group of kids in New Ulm headed back to school Tuesday morning, but it was not their typical classroom. The event, put on by the Brown County Historical Society, let kids experience a one-room schoolhouse from the 1860s.