I moved to Montana in 1979 from Cincinnati, Ohio. I started doing play-by-play in 1982 in Billings. I began working at my current job in December 1985 and have never left. I have been on Cat Country mornings since the show started in March 1988. In addition to my on-air job, I own and operate a wheat and cattle ranch north of Billings. I am most proud of my four children.
Montana Rancher Loves What He Does, But Has Little to No Time For This One Thing
With my kids all living in faraway places, it's tough to get together with them too, which I also hope to do more of later. As for now though I'm still a pretty boring guy happy with the simple things.
Your Local Radio Host & Farmer Reflects on National Farmers Day
National Farmers Day has arrived, and this local farmer and radio host has things to remind you about.
‘It’s More Important to Protect All Minors in School, Not Just One’ (OPINION)
Should the felony record of a minor be known to school officials? That's the question. The Montana Code Annotated 2021 Youth court and department records--notification of school. You can read it in full here: 41-5-215. This code states formal youth court records, including reports of preliminary inquiries, petitions, motions, other filed pleadings, court findings, verdicts, and orders and decrees
‘She Truly Lived Country': Paul Reflects on Loretta Lynn’s Odds-Defying Stardom as a Woman in the ’60s
A hall of famer and the country female artist of the decade in the 70s is now finally reunited with her husband Doolittle who died prior to her death after 50 years of marriage.
Montana, How Do You Stream? 100 Million Songs Exist Online For You
I've always wanted a stream but I don't think I ever wanted to stream. In fact, I don't think I would even know how to do it if I had to. Today Apple music is going to reach a huge milestone. Sometime this afternoon they will offer its 100 millionth song on the streaming service...
Will Billings Heights Support More Places for Grub in the Future?
Combined with the new interstate exchanges now, you'd think it would be good to draw the customers in, instead of having to go to the Shiloh or King Avenue exchange on the opposite end of town. We'll see.
Cat Country’s Favorite Montana Rancher is Considering a New Addition
As much as I hate to admit it, I am in puppy mode.
Montana’s Western Neighbor State Faces Real Backfire of Legalized Drugs
Keith Humphreys, addiction researcher and professor at Stanford University, said if there is no formal or informal pressure on people to seek treatment and STOP using drugs, then expect high rates of addictions, drug use, and even deaths.
‘I have never heard of rewards, discounts and incentives to get vaccinated': Read This Letter to the Editor From an M.D.
We received one of the most powerful emails this week from a listener who forwarded us a letter to the editor copy on this very subject. The letter comes from a Theodore Russell, M.D., of Ohio, originally published in the Tribune Chronicle.
Pay Attention To Your Local Judges and Supreme Court, Montana
Pay attention folks to your judges and your supreme court, these people are legislating from the bench pure and simple. Judge Moses from Montana stopped our legally-passed voter registration law and the Montana supreme court upheld it. The law is absolutely 100 percent NON - discriminatory...