Since his start in radio news, Trent has won awards from the Nebraska Broadcasters Association, the Nebraska Associated Press, and the Iowa Broadcast News Association.
Rice also serves as the 2009-2010 President of the Iowa Broadcast News Association.
Rice is a native of Plattsmouth, Nebraska. He and his wife Solveig have been married since 2000. They live in Ames where he enjoys golf, reading, movies, music college football, and the heartbreak that comes from being a Minnesota Vikings fan. Trent and Solveig have twin daughters Annika and Kaija and a son, Erik, who shares the same birthday as his sisters, just five years later.
Couple of things from today’s show:
On the Academy Awards: Seth MacFarlane’s hosting job is as clear a reflection as I’ve seen on a generational shift. Overnight ratings show the 2013 Oscars telecast drew a younger, more male audience. Weird, right? Under 35, and not only did you actually know who MacFarlane is, but you also enjoyed it. Over 35 and the whole thing was probably lost on you.
Never forget what the Oscars are—four hours of
As for the Ames Tribune’s editorial Sunday:
It’s not reasonable to hope the dispute between people who live near the old Middle School and a
The Wolford and Carr issues were ideological. For the people who live near the middle school, this is personal. It’s a fight for their homes—their ways of life. I have friends who live in the area, and I’ll tell you they are girding for a fight.