It sure is good to be back in Montana! It took me longer than I would’ve liked, but it’s better late than never, right? Montana actually runs in my family. I have ancestors that settled here years ago and I lived in Missoula for a couple years about a decade or so ago (don’t worry, I’m not a Griz fan). My sister-in-law used to manage a hotel at Yellowstone, and when my wife (Jules) visited her, she fell in love with Montana as well. So, when given the chance to come to Bozeman, we couldn’t pass that up. I love the spirit here. I love the beauty and the fact it really is the last best place. There is no other place like it and the fact that we get to call it home, that’s beyond special. We can’t wait to experience all that Bozeman offers, so if you see us out and about, come introduce yourself! Where are you from? Born and raised in Sedalia, Missouri. Home of the Missouri State Fair! What would you be doing if you weren’t doing radio? I would probably be a carny running the ring toss. Have you ever been arrested? No, but I almost got my mom arrested when I was a kid. I was making prank calls and the police thought it was her. They even took out the cuffs, she was NOT happy! What is something most people don’t know about you? I cry every time I watch Forrest Gump with the scene at JenNAY’s grave. Do you have a best friend? I do! My best friend is my wife, Jules. We were friends before we started dating and it just evolved from there. I’m beyond blessed. Food Network or HGTV? Wow. That is tough, both. Who is your favorite singer? That is such a tough question. I’ve been lucky to see so many concerts. I’m going to go with either Freddie Mercury or John Denver. I have eclectic taste. Best advice you’ve ever received? There was once a man that was wise beyond his years. A master, if you will. He once said “Do, or do not. There is no try.” What song do you want played at your funeral? American Pie and if everyone isn’t up dancing by the 3rd verse, I will come back and haunt them all.
Shopping Local? Here’s Some Of The Best Made In Montana Products.
Montana is known as the "Last Best Place", but the state is also full of locally made, grown, and raised products that are some of the finest in the world.
It’s National Ag Day, So How Does Montana Plan To Celebrate?
Agriculture is the biggest industry in the state of Montana. Today we celebrate National Ag Day by looking at what Montana farmers and ranchers produce.
Is Montana The Best State To Be During A Nuclear Attack? Depends.
As Russia continues to invade Ukraine, there have been threats made over nuclear war. If such a thing were to happen, is Montana a safe place to be?
Experts Say Huge Housing Crash Ahead. How Will It Effect Montana?
Some experts are predicting a major housing crash is coming soon here in the United States. How will this affect the record home prices here in Montana?
Big Appetite? Montana Offers Huge Food Challenges, Here’s Where.
A lot of places in Montana offer a great meal, but what about a great meal AND a huge meal? Check out these Montana locations that offer food challenges.
Is Montana One Of The Best States To Get A Speeding Ticket?
Most have gone over the speed limit once or twice while driving. However, when it comes to giving out speeding tickets, how does Montana rank? Good or bad?
The History Of This Montana Landmark Is Both Eerie And Beautiful
Back in August of 1959, an earthquake would cause a major landslide that would take the lives of dozens of people and forever chance the Montana landscape.
When It Comes To Education, Which Montana Towns Are At The Top?
Which High School is the best in the state of Montana? According to U.S. News and World Report, the best High School in Montana can be found in Gallatin County.
Bozeman Housing Is So Bad That My Co-Worker Is Moving In.
Living in Bozeman is certainly a treat if you can afford it. Problem is, a whole lot of people can't and rent continues to rise. When will it end? No one knows.
What Can Montana Do To Help Keep Quality Teachers In Schools?
With a recent study that almost half of teachers are thinking about leaving the profession, what does that mean for Montana? How can Montana improve this situation?