Noah currently covers Manhattan and Kansas State University for KSNT News. He joined KSNT as an intern in 2019 and later started covering the Manhattan area in 2020.
Noah is a Kansas native originally from Tribune, Kansas where he graduated from Greeley County High School. Growing up in the state’s least populated county taught him a lot about agriculture and how rural economies function. He grew up working on a farm, so you can count on him to know the types of crops and cattle in every pasture and field, even though you didn’t ask.
Noah currently studies agricultural communications and journalism at Kansas State University, and is the vice president of his fraternity. He also has interned with Kansas Farm Bureau where he hosts a podcast and radio program.
Telling stories that matter is important to Noah. He enjoys helping people understand the issues that affect them every day and bringing to light the issues and good stories in communities.
When Noah isn’t covering Manhattan, you can find him watching his favorite sports teams, K-State, the Broncos (he still likes the Chiefs) and the Colorado Rockies. His favorite place to be is outside and he enjoys spending time at the lake doing watersports, fishing and being with friends and family. If you see Noah be sure to give him your best ag related pun or connect with him on Facebook or Twitter to give him a story idea.