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.
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Man Sentenced on 21 Felonies
Knisely called Green a “coward” and “an absolute monster,” and noted that in the assaults he used tools – including wrenches and a hammer – that he owned for his work installing flooring.
Case Dismissed Over Technical Mishap
At what point does the law come into play when they are following the rules, or were they?
Montana Employers Report Decrease in Workplace Injuries
The report says Montana’s injuries and illnesses fell by 11% from 2017, when there were 15,000.
Storm: Yellowstone and Surrounding Counties Affected
One social outlet even had a picture of a tornado north of Logan International airport.
New Wildlife Preserve in Bozeman
The group announced Friday it will develop the land into a nature sanctuary for birds and other wildlife and a place where children can learn about nature.
Minor Flooding Near Missoula
In eastern Montana, a flood watch was issued for the Little Bighorn River near Hardin. Up to six inches of snow was forecast near Wibaux.
Prison Sentence for Meth
Mendez-Sanchez faced a maximum penalty of life in prison and a $10 million fine. He requested a lesser sentence in part because of his minimal criminal history
Drop in Number of Newborn Elk
The figure was determined by an annual spring elk monitoring flight.
Montana Supreme Court Overturns Parental Rights Termination
The justices found the state and the district court were wrong to keep the baby in Billings rather than grant the mother’s request to move the case to Williston, North Dakota, where she lived.