I host Montana's leading statewide radio talk show "Montana Talks." Aside from serving in Iraq and Afghanistan with the military, I also spent over two decades working in Montana politics and broadcasting. This included a stint as the State Director for Ryan Zinke’s Congressional offices in Montana, and as communications director for the gubernatorial campaign of now-Congressman Greg Gianforte. Prior to that, I grew a statewide radio show in Montana from 10 signals to more than 20 across the state. My work has been featured nationally by Fox Business, The Drudge Report, Huffington Post, Politico, and others. As an officer in the Army National Guard, I served four military tours overseas including time in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Horn of Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula. I enjoy combining my real-world background and Montana roots, to hopefully give listeners a side of the story they don't get to hear anywhere else.
Make Your Own Brew at the New Brewhalla in Billings
Have you wanted to make your own home-brew beer, but don't know how or where to get started? Or, maybe you'd like to give it a try first before buying a bunch of your own equipment? Check out this new Montana business...
Free COVID-19 Testing in Red Lodge
They tell us that the testing is free, painless, and quick. The testing is available Friday June 12th and Saturday June 13th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Red Lodge High School parking lot.
Minneapolis Burning: “Today it starts with Justice for George.”
If you're like me, and you watched the horrific video of the death of George Floyd, the black man who was killed after a police officer held his knee to Floyd's neck for nearly 8 minutes, you struggled with finding the right words to respond.
Young Man’s Memorial Day Taps Heard Across Billings
What a great tribute by this young man for our fallen warriors on Memorial Day. Heidi Paulson sent us the above note on Memorial Day. She said she was outside doing yard work near 58th and Grand Avenue in Billings and could hear the young man playing Taps "loud and clear."
MSU Starting Classes 2 Weeks Early for Fall
Start school sooner, and get done with school sooner. That's what Montana State University is planning for the Fall semester in Bozeman, according to an announcement made just before the weekend kicked off.
Montana’s First Diverging Diamond Interchange [AUDIO & VIDEO]
This if the first diverging diamond interchange planned for the state of Montana. Lisa Olmsted and Doug Enderson from the DOWL engineering firm joined us on the air to talk about the project and field listener phone calls.
How I’m Staying in Shape from Home Here in Montana
I've always worked out, but I also like to joke that, as a combat veteran, I suffer from Post Deployment Celebration Disorder. I end up eating or drinking too much, especially after getting home from a deployment. Thankfully, I've figured out how to shed that post deployment weight gain, a…
My First 5 Montana RV Trips This Summer [PHOTOS]
I took my new camper out for a test run a couple weekends ago and had a blast. It got me thinking- what am I going to do for my first 5 trips this summer? In no particular order, here it goes...
Support Available for Child Care, Early Ed in Montana
Many parents have now been forced to become home schoolers for the first time. On top of that, with schools shut down but many parents are still forced to work their day jobs- what do they for child care? What do the nurses and the doctors who are now working overtime to prepare for the coronavirus …
CNBC Goes Inside the Amazon Prep Center in Roundup [VIDEO]
Roundup, Montana. It's "the everything town in the middle of nowhere," according to the headline at TheVerge.com in an interesting piece posted last November. "How the tiny town of Roundup, Montana, became a hub in Amazon’s supply chain."