Top 10 KYSS FM Stories From 2011
Ronnie Dunn and Miranda Lambert were hot topics on our website this year (for obvious reasons), but they weren't the only newsmakers…
Ronnie Dunn's concert was a big hit (as you'll see further down in our countdown), as was our collection of photos from the big night in July.
Closing out a 10-year tradition, the last broadcast of Rick Jackson’s Country Hall of Fame on KYSS was in February.
In April, a structure fire blazed near Bonner at the corner of Highway 200 and Fontaine Lane. A KYSS listener who was passing by the scene sent us photos of the incident.
When Miranda Lambert came to town in October, a handful of lucky listeners had the opportunity to meet her.
KYSS DJ Denny Bedard lost his son Andrew in Iraq in 2005. After hearing of the death of Osama bin Laden, he wrote a letter to his son that resonated with our site viewers.
Miranda Lambert brought her Revolution Continues Tour with special guests Justin Moore and the Randy Rogers Band to the Adams Center in October.
Listener Keith Koprivica shared an email with us in relation to a discussion we were having about former Griz standout Mark Mariani signing autographs for over 12 hours in his hometown of Havre.
Kenny Kane from Drummond shared his personal story on the Craig & Al In The Morning Show. If you missed the interview, we have it right here for you.
In the days leading up to the Ronnie Dunn show at The Lumberjack we posted a video for the country star's song “Cost of Living,” which was a big hit among our website visitors.
The most popular story of the year on our website was news of Ronnie Dunn's show at the Lumberjack.