I'm truly blessed to live and work in Montana, where my great grandparents settled into long lives of ranching and farming extending through 5-generations to my own grandchildren. I've spent just enough time in the field and on a tractor to decide I'm better suited telling those stories than making them! After an extensive journalism and broadcast career in Western Washington, my family returned to Montana in 2007, calling Missoula and the Bitterroot Valley home. When I'm not behind a microphone, or on either side of a camera, you'll find me out exploring the backroads of the Northern Rockies on nice days, or spending the stormy ones at home with my wife watching old movies, playing xBox, or enjoying my extensive music collection. And yes, I'm a self-taught connoisseur of fine ice cream.
Is Wi-Fi the Key to Unlocking Seeley Lake’s Smoke Problems?
Small monitors will allow for more data to deal with Seeley's air quality problems
Missoula Frugals Finally Re-Opens Following Gas Explosion
Frugals had a long road back after October's gas explosion
Do You Have What it Takes to Be a Beer Mascot in Montana?
How many cheese curds can you eat while wearing a foam beer can?
Montana FWP Starts Working on New Wolf Management Plan
The plan would be the first update for Montana wolf management since 2003
Cheap Houses in Montana and Where to Find Them
If you've got the elbow grease, but not much cash, you can still put a roof over your head in Montana
Register Now for the Missoula Marathon Before Fees Increase
The sun means your Marathon training should be moving into high gear
Timber! Popular Forestry Day Returning to Fort Missoula
Forestry Day is the last of its kind, the only Pro/Am event in the nation
Construction in Ronan May Slow 2023 Summer Traffic
MDT expects the work to bring "minimal" traffic disruption.
New Bill Would Make it Easier to Get a Campsite in Montana
Bill would cap reservations at 80% to create more "walk up" opportunities
Popular Missoula Bank Will Spend $23 Million on New Building
The new bank will replace two older buildings in Midtown
No quick trip to Seeley Lake with summer of construction
The bulk of the construction will happen through the summer season
If You’re Sick of Montana Snow, You Can’t Blame La Niña
If Montana gets snow now, we're on our own