A long time ago, on a cold winter's night, in a hospital that is now the Ravalli County Administration Center, I was born. I remember listening to the radio throughout my life here in the Bitterroot Valley and was really impressed (as much as a little kid can be impressed) when Hamilton got its own station, KLYQ, in 1961. Little did I know that I would spend most of my adult working life at the station. Writing and drawing my way through school and college, I found that talking was fun, too, and radio obliged. Now they can't get rid of me, so I guess I'm here to stay!
Leisso Joins Corvallis Western Ag Research Center
More research project help at the Bitterroot's facility.
Veterans Remembered at Ravalli County Museum Ceremony
Two days of remembrance in Hamilton.
Hamilton Branches Out for Leaves Again
Fall Cleanup Days are here this week.
Dominic ‘Turkey Trots’ Cash to Darby, Stevensville Food Banks
A drive to get some money to the food banks during their busy time.
Swans in Bitterroot Seem to Mimic Human Election Season
And the winners are ...
Hamilton Broncs Defeat Columbia Falls – Championship Game Next
Saturday, November 17, at the new stadium!
Oops – Ravalli Administration Sign Knocked Down by Car
No way to treat a sign.
‘Bells of Peace’ Will Ring in Hamilton and Throughout USA
From Hamilton High School to the Hamilton Fire Hall, bells will toll 21 times at 11 a.m. Sunday
Chronic Wasting Disease Cases Increase in Montana
Two more deer have been confirmed CWD positive.
‘Turkey Trot’ to Raise Money for Bitterroot Food Banks
A very tall turkey will be walking the streets the next two Fridays.
Virus Impacts to be Examined at Hamilton Public Talk
On the scene with Dr Vincent Munster of RML.
Victor Fire Department Planning New Fire Hall
The Victor Fire Hall is tucked into a narrow area west of the Victor Park. The members of the Victor Volunteer Rural Fire Department have been looking for a new location that would allow some expansion. According to a news release from Fire Chief Scott Hackett, the department has obtained six acres …