Chris Wolfe got hooked on radio while in high school, spending evenings calling the DJs to request songs and trying to win free "stuff". Since 1991 Chris has enjoyed his radio career. He has been part of a successful on-air team, winning 8 Montana State Broadcaster of the Year Awards and being a finalist for the national Marconi "Small Market Personality of the Year" award four times. For hobbies, Chris plays tenor drum in a local bagpipe band and has competed both nationally and internationally. Chris appreciates his family, listeners, a good concert and a good beer.
One Important Big Change At Montana Costco
There has been a major change in Costco over the last few months. The company has a new CEO.
Most Searched Medical Questions: MT, ID, UT, WY, ND, SD
Keep in mind when you search Google, what you are searching isn't always a secret
Montana, 2027 Will See A Three-Day Super Bowl Weekend
In 2027, Super Bowl LXI will be falling on Sunday February 14th. The following Monday the country will be honoring President's Day, Monday February 15th .
13 Reasons Why Taylor Swift Should Move To Montana
With the spotlight on every move she makes, maybe she should take a look at occasionally stepping out of the spotlight.
Missoula’s 2024 ‘Griz Dip’ Polar Plunge Is This Weekend
It is time for Missoula's Griz Dip, part of the Special Olympics Polar Plunge series.
Missoula High School Fundraiser Event Kick Off
This Wednesday, February 21, will be a major group fundraiser meeting. It will be held at Waypoint Church at 1100 South Higgins at 6:30pm.
Private ‘Earth Sheltered’ Montana Property For Sale
According to the listing on United Country Real Estate there are two separate, "Earth Sheltered Homes" for sale.
The Largest Earthquake Ever Recorded in Montana
The "Hebgen Lake Earthquake" earthquake happened on August 17, 1959.
Montanans Should Start Using Green Porchlights
According to the "Green Light A Vet" movement, to support a Veteran you can simply put a green lightbulb where it is visible
Should Montana Continue to Teach Cursive in School?
Not only was the question overwhelmingly answered one way, but it also caused arguments, opinions and emotions.
Will Montana See an Early Spring? Farmer’s Almanac Forecast
I think the groundhog may have been reading the latest edition of the Old Farmer's Almanac, since they are basically forecasting the same thing.
The Results Are In: Montanans are More Educated Than Others
According to the report, overall Montana ranks as the the 14th "Most Educated" state in the country.