Born in Iowa, Michael became a Montanan in his early teens when his family moved to the Gallatin Valley. Foth -rhymes with both - started his broadcast career while in high school, working part-time at an AM religious station in Belgrade. Over the years, his work path allowed him opportunities in Salt Lake City, Denver, and southern Minnesota. Michael returned to the airwaves in Billings in 2005 and has been with Townsquare Media, Billings since 2017. Interests: reading (mostly fiction), history, gardening, cooking, fishing, motorcycles, playing blackjack, and hanging out with his family. Favorite foods: smoked meats, steak, seafood, thin-crust pizza. Movies he's watched more than 10 times: Family Vacation, Happy Gilmore, Tommy Boy. Ideal vacation: Any place with a beach, pool, and palm trees. Favorite part of this job: Everyone has a unique story, and Michael loves finding those interesting stories and sharing them with our listeners and readers. Music: A rocker at heart, Michael enjoys all styles of music from classic country to pop. Personal stuff: "#Dad Life" is what it's all about for Michael. Married since 2010, he has three older step-kids and two younger girls who have him completely wrapped around their fingers. Three dogs and a cat round out their household.
This Isolated Montana Hot Spring Is Worth The Drive
Tired of overcrowded hot springs? This lesser-known indoor pool is about four hours from Billings or Great Falls. Fans say it's worth a visit.
Green Lights on Cop Cars in Montana? Here’s What it Means
From snow plows to cop cars, here's the deal with green flashing lights on Montana highways.
Considering an Exotic Pet in Montana? Check the Banned List First
37 critters are on Montana's "Prohibited Exotic Species" list, and dozens more require a permit to posses. Let's check out some of the highlights.
16 Interesting Shots of Montana as Seen from Google Earth
We couldn't find any alien bases or oversized hieroglyphics during our search over Montana. However, a few of the images we found leave us scratching our heads.
This ‘Yellowstone’ Star Had a Blast at a Popular Billings Bar Monday Night
He closed down the bar in downtown Billings Monday night. Sources say he very approachable and a genuinely nice guy. We probably wouldn't have recognized him on the street without his trademark hat and dark black beard.
Save a Life. Narcan Becomes Over-the-Counter Soon in Montana
Easy access to $45 twin packs of Narcan nasal spray at drugstores and pharmacies across Montana (with no prescription needed) will surely help save lives.
Are Montanan’s Getting Hustled by a Huckleberry Scam?
Some people may not notice, or care, but if you're expecting real Huckleberries in all of those tasty, touristy, Huckleberry treats, make sure to check the label.
What Does a Corn Chip Have to do with TV’s ‘Yellowstone’? We’re Not Sure
Yeah, Fritos are great. We're just scratching our heads trying to find a connection between the salty, extruded, corn snack and Montana. Other than a chance to visit "the Dutton ranch" near Darby?
Asphalt Cleanup Continues. Heavy Equipment in the River Near Billings
We were shocked to learn that cleanup teams are finding "tar balls" and "tar patties" up to 15 centimeters, as well as "tar mats" as large as 3 meters this far downstream.
Vegas Breaks Down the Odds of Finding Your Dream Job in Montana
Dream jobs are as unique as each person. A gaming website has ranked ten of the most common, along with your odds of landing one of these dream jobs in Montana.
Romantic Nickname, Nasty Bug. It’s Reportedly in Montana and Could Make You Sick
The insects are reportedly being spotted in Montana. Common in Central America and the US South, they've been slowly moving north and can harbor a dangerous disease.
This Poisonous Montana Weed Can Result in a Very Bad Day
Here's your friendly reminder to stay as far away as possible from poison hemlock. It's a nasty plant, and it can be found statewide.