Which Missoulian Has American Pride? (For Toby Keith!)
We asked you to show us your American Pride for a chance to win tickets to see Toby Keith--now it's up to the KYSS Community to decide who wins the prize!
Real Montanans React to Greg Gianforte’s Alleged Assault Incident
On this morning's Talk Back Missoula, dozens of Montanans called in to discuss last night's alleged incident of Republican candidate Greg Gianforte "body-slamming" a reporter. Listen to what they had to say, here.
Tickets Now On Sale for Headwaters Country Jam 2017
Tickets are on sale now for the 2017 festival, June 15 - 17 at The Bridge in Three Forks, Montana.
Get Your Lights On, Missoula! 2016 Christmas Decoration Contest and Map
In case you haven't heard, Christmastime is nearly here! So hey, Missoula, it's time to get your lights on!
Beckon the Great Old Ones – Dagon Rises from the Deep!
As Halloween draws spookily near, we're turning back the clock and summoning tales of horror from the Great Old One himself, H.P. Lovecraft. Beware the watery depths, for Dagon's return is at hand!
Beckon the Great Old Ones – The Horror of Nyarlathotep Awaits!
As Halloween draws spookily near, we're turning back the clock and summoning tales of horror from the Great Old One himself, H.P. Lovecraft. First to rise? Nyarlathotep, the Crawling Chaos.
Fall Colors at Missoula Memorial Rose Garden – Did You Miss Them?
We were lucky enough to visit Missoula Memorial Rose Garden before all the leaves had died. Did you miss out? No worries. You can see what the park had to offer in our photo gallery, inside.
Introducing the KYSS FM Mobile App
Stream music, weather and traffic updates live from KYSS FM with our new mobile app.
Get Up Close and Personal With Zoo’s Superior Radio Transmitter
Do you ever look up at the mountains of Montana and wonder: what's that spindly thing sticking out of the top that isn't a tree? We have your answer.
Hidden Wonder and Beauty on Montana’s Martel Mountain
You can find incredible things among these trees and overgrown paths, if you're willing to look for them.
The Mountains of Lolo National Forest Seem Endless From 5500 Feet Up
It doesn't take a very long drive out of Missoula going Westbound on I-90 before you're surrounded by the mounds and valleys of the Western side of Lolo National Forest. We climbed to the top of Martel Mountain, and from 5500 feet up these rolling peaks seem to go on forever.