I'm truly blessed to live and work in Montana, where my great grandparents settled into long lives of ranching and farming extending through 5-generations to my own grandchildren. I've spent just enough time in the field and on a tractor to decide I'm better suited telling those stories than making them! After an extensive journalism and broadcast career in Western Washington, my family returned to Montana in 2007, calling Missoula and the Bitterroot Valley home. When I'm not behind a microphone, or on either side of a camera, you'll find me out exploring the backroads of the Northern Rockies on nice days, or spending the stormy ones at home with my wife watching old movies, playing xBox, or enjoying my extensive music collection. And yes, I'm a self-taught connoisseur of fine ice cream.
Powerful Peggy Ready to Adopt Your Missoula Family
If there was ever a four paw dynamo, it's Peggy!
Why Dolly’s Gift is a Boon for Books to Montana’s Small Town Kids
Dolly's gift expands the original program, which has been operating in places like Missoula
How a Missoula Teacher Thanked Class of ’23 for Saving Her Career
"Thank you for helping me hold on to that sweet feeling."
Yellowstone Issues New Warnings After Animals Are Killed
In one case, tourists stuffed an elk calf in their car.
Is This One of the Best Collector Car Shows in Montana?
The show features cars from as far away as Spokane.
Mine Exploration Will Proceed on Bitterroot Headwaters
The Forest Service says it can't stop a company from conducting sampling operations.
Montana Game Wardens Need Your Help Finding Grizzly Killer
FWP wardens say the griz was killed in the remote area west of the Cabinets.
Missoula’s Busiest Street Down to One Lane for Emergency Repairs
Work will last all day Wednesday.
Yes Montana Riders, e-bikes OK on the Route of the Hiawatha
E-bikes are allowed, but will cost you a little more.
Don’t Miss One of the Oldest Memorial Day Observances in Montana
The parade shows the Bitterroot's long legacy of service, and sacrifice.
Judge Says Fire Retardant Violates Law, But Won’t Stop Its Use
Judge notes USFS is already seeking a permit, says stopping retardant brings "greater harm" from fires.
Getting a Montana Marijuana License Costs More and Takes Longer
The moratorium for applications will continue until 2025.