With a background in news, Sabrina Halvorson is a well-known broadcaster, journalist, and radio personality originally hailing from California.
Sabrina’s career began more than two decades ago as the agriculture and education reporter for a daily Central California newspaper. She was soon brought on as a news producer and reporter for an all-news radio station in Fresno, California.
Since that time, Sabrina’s professional journalism career expanded into television. She hosted a local television show and was an award-winning news producer for the area’s CBS affiliate. In addition to receiving a Best Newscast award from the Radio and Television News Directors Association, Sabrina has been published in newspapers, magazines, and college textbooks. She was also popular in Central California country music radio, as she co-hosted the best-rated afternoon show in the market with a loyal listenership spanning several counties with a significant online presence.
Despite her California upbringing, Sabrina has deep roots in the Dakotas. Her paternal grandfather’s family, the Wilcox’s, were cattle ranchers in Huron and Faith, South Dakota, until the mid 1900’s, with another family offshoot in Buffalo, North Dakota. Sabrina says she finally feels at home now that she’s in the Dakotas, and has found the place where she belongs.