Music and Radio are two of my biggest passions and I am lucky to be able to combine both in my profession. I have been a professional on air personality for close to a quarter of a century and owe this to being introduced to music at a young age. As a boy I would search the late nite AM airwaves for signals from distant cities and can't believe that I am now one of the radio voices I heard. My hobbies are playing the guitar, poker, sports and gardening.
Food Assistance Programs Available in Butte
There are many programs available in Butte to help you and your family if you are hungry this Thanksgiving.
Thankful for “The Hulk” This Thanksgiving
As Thursday's Thanksgiving holiday rapidly approaches it's easy to bemoan the things that are going wrong in the world. Inflation. Politics. War. Famine. Although it seems the pandemic is seemingly under control, different challenges reveal themselves at an alarming rate. It would be easy to gi...
The Winter Survival Kit You Need To Have In Your Vehicle
Travelling in Montana in the wintertime can be challenging. Here are some tips and supply ideas you should take into consideration to help keep you safe on Montana's winter roads.
Butte food you’ll need to watch the Cat/Griz game Mining City Style
Get you Cat/Griz spread on Butte style.
Coach Bob Green Needs to be on ESPN’s College Gameday this Saturday
ESPN's College GameDay is coming to Bozeman this weekend and Butte's Bob Green should be on the panel.
The Fuel Fitness Mystery Continues
The plywood is off the windows at Butte's Fuel Fitness. Boxes are being moved from the building.
Ghost Signs of Uptown Butte Part 2
Uptown Butte is awash in ghost signs. Here is another batch we were able to catch on camera.
Remember school picture day?
We have dug up some old school class pictures and they are wonderful? Share yours with us.
Justin Moore ready to roll tonight at Copper Mountain Park
Justin Moore brings a string of hits to his show tonight at Copper Mountain Park. Are you ready?
Butte Mine Headframes. Can you name them all?
Towering headframes once stood above many Butte mines and dotted the Uptown landscape. Today, only a few are still standing. Can you name them? If you can't, here they are.