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!
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.
A Small Gesture Of Love Can Be Powerful In Missoula
I went by the First Presbyterian Church recently located at 235 South 5th Street West and I saw a couple things that made me proud to call Missoula my home.
You Have To Be Born In Montana To Be ‘Local’
There will always be people who feel that, no matter how long you live in Montana, if you weren't born here, you will never be a Montanan. I don't agree
A New Missoula Eatery For People and Pets Is Coming Soon
A new bakery is coming to Missoula February 1st. "Bolt and Bruizer's Bakery and Barkery" is opening with treats for both people and their pets.
An Established Missoula Business Is For Sale
Kornutopia has been in business since 2005 and is now up for sale for $200,000 for the right seller.
Exciting Commercial Space Open, What Do You Want Here Missoula?
It got me thinking about some other businesses that could go in there. What would you like to see? Listed by Paulette McMannis of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.
Montana, Not Cleaning Up After Your Dog Should Be Taboo
I will be the first to admit that we aren't perfect pet owners, but when it comes to walking with our dog, we are attentive to the need for "poop bags" on the trails
Breaking Stigma Can Be Powerful Helping With Montana Issue
I spoke with Karl Rosston, the Suicide Prevention Coordinator for the Montana Department of Health and Human Services.
How To Tell You Are In Missoula, Without Saying Missoula
Missoula is different kind of town. Some of us are very proud of the differences.