I’m a long time Billings resident (though I’ve had brief stints in Washington and Wyoming). I jumped into radio in high school in the late 70s and have never looked back. My favorite thing about radio is that it is still a “one on one” medium. Whatever I talk about is going straight to you and then you can form your own opinion. I consider myself the most slightly below average guitar player in Billings. Thankfully, The 7th Avenue Band keeps me around as a member. My downtime has always been my wife and four kids--who mean the world to me.
Woman Defrauds Kmart
Prosecutors said Mahone made 56 fraudulent transactions at stores in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Minnesota, Washington, Oregon, Texas, Oklahoma, Utah, Nevada and Arizona.
Man Dies in House Fire
The fire has been ruled accidental.
Bullock’s First Endorsement
Miller was one of the first Iowa elected officials to endorse Barack Obama in the 2008 Democratic presidential caucuses
Push to Protect Grizzly Bears
Last fall, a federal judge in Montana blocked grizzly hunts days before they were scheduled to begin.
Victim of Hit-And-Run Identified
Butte law enforcement and the Montana Highway Patrol are working on a 3-D reconstruction of the collision in an attempt to determine what happened.
Plea Agreement Reached
Olson is scheduled to be sentenced June 18 if the judge accepts the recommended eight-year prison sentence with four years suspended.
More Whooping Cough Cases
Missoula County has confirmed 103 cases of whooping cough through Tuesday morning and was hiring more nurses to help with testing.
Yellowstone Geyser Comes to Life
Yellowstone has 1,300 thermal features and 500 geysers
Berkeley Water is Being Pumped
The pit began slowly filling up with contaminated groundwater and storm water in 1982 after Atlantic Richfield Co. turned off groundwater pumps of the former copper mine.
Governor Makes it Official
The Montana governor is likely among the final Democrats to join one of the biggest presidential fields in modern memory.