In high school I got hooked on radio by calling the DJs, playing the games and winning free "stuff". I have been in radio since 1991 and have enjoyed being on the air the entire time. I enjoy spending time with my family and out in the woods when I get the chance. I play the tenor drum in a bagpipe band, yep kilt and all and have been lucky enough to be able to compete on a local and international stage. I like a good concert, a good comedy and a good beer!
The Montana Movies That Make People Not Want To Move Here
Not every movie shot here has made Montana look great, or has drawn as much attention to our state.
What Everyone Ought To Know About The Montana Rebel Spirit
Montanan's don't like being told what to do. Our history gives us quite a few examples of that spirit.
Why Missoula Is Just One ‘Big Marshmallow’
My father used to describe Missoula as a "Giant Marshmallow". He would say it is sticky and comfortable and always pulls people back who try to move away.
Montanans v. Snow Blowers, Two Terrifying Tales
This would be a good time to remind people about the issues and the dangers that can happen when a person uses a a snow blower.
Who Is Deserving Of The Special Title Of ‘Honorary Montanan’?
We put together a list of people who we think should be allowed to carry the title of “Honorary Montanans”
Do You Know About This Amazing Montana World Record Holder?
There are so many reasons for us to be proud of our state and this is another example of Montana setting itself apart from other states.
After Almost 6 Years, Has The $4,000,000 Been Proven A Positive?
During the first four years of having the bridge in use, I was cynical about how much use the bridge would get. My perspective and opinion have changed
A Timely Reminder To Support Local Eateries In Missoula
This is a good reminder that we need to support our local businesses and eateries. The Missoula Downtown Association are doing their part with the "Dine Local Week".
In Time For Valentine’s Day, Special Missoula Artist Pop Up
The First People's Market is having a "Sweetheart Pop Up" market coming to the Missoula pubic library on Saturday February 11th from 2pm-5pm
What You Need To Know: Farmer’s Almanac Montana Spring Forecast
According to the almanac we can expect two different weather patterns for the different parts of the state.
One Less Missoula Grocer Without Self Check Out Looming
It is now official, there is at least one fewer grocery store in Missoula that won't be without "self" check out stations.
Spring In Montana Is Something Spectacular
Before we jump straight into Summer we should take a step back and enjoy Spring in Montana, for the little time it is here.