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Q2's Jay Kohn Looks Back on 40 Years in Broadcasting
From the fires of '88, to the mountain man trials, and governors from Judge to Bullock- Jay Kohn has been there throughout his 40-plus year career as a Montana broadcaster. Here's the audio as Jay joined us on Wednesday's Montana Talks statewide radio show.
Coal Leak in Yellowstone
Q2 reports Montana’s Rail Link says cleanup crews continued working Wednesday after a coal train derailed on the tracks Tuesday night around 11 p.m. Spokesman Jim Lewis said approximately 40 rail cars fell off the track along Highway 78...
New Yellowstone Superintendent
Q2 reports that Cam Sholly will replace Dan Wenk as superintendent at Yellowstone National Park. Wenk was recently forced to retire. According to a press release issued Wednesday, Sholly most recently worked as a regional director for the National Park Service...
National Park Service Announces Yellowstone App
The National Park Service has announced that now your cellphone can help guide you through Yellowstone National Park thanks to a new free app.  The app is available from the Apple App Store.  An Android version is still in the works.
A press release from the park service says that cell service and Wi…
Yellowstone Deputy Saves 2-Year-Old
A 2-year-old child was rescued from the Yellowstone River this morning after the child and his 5-year-old brother went missing.  The boys were reported missing from a trailer home that borders the Heritage Trail and is about 300 yards from the river’s edge...

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