I was raised in Missoula and grew up fly fishing on my grandparents' ranch. My introduction to radio was by way of cutting commercials for my mom's business when I was nine. I went on to become a writer and lived in both Minnesota and Maine, but Montana will always be home. You can usually find me hanging with my husband and our two rescue dogs, at the gym, hiking to bodies of water, or with my nose in a book.
Billings Protests Reflect New Study Showing 95% of Protests Have Been Peaceful
You could describe the summer of 2020 in a lot of ways, but I'll throw out my suggestion: the summer of strong opinions.
Here’s What to Wear in Billings This Fall, According to Local Experts
Even though I’m “all grown up” I still love the idea of back-to-school shopping because fall fashion is my jam. I was surprised and relieved to discover that one of the easiest, safest ways to shop right now is at many of our locally owned boutiques.
What I Saw at the Black Lives Matter Protest in Billings
When I rounded the corner from third street onto 27th Street the magnitude of the movement came into full view: easily 1,000 people were gathered on the sidewalk and in the park adjacent to the Yellowstone County Courthouse.
Deals and Freebies Going on in Billings [LIST]
I love that our local business community is trying to cut everyone a break when they can. The least we can do is support them when we can, right?
Now Might Be the Perfect Time to Try the KonMari Method
Given that most of us are sheltering at home, I've seen that a lot of people have been cleaning out closets and basements, among other home projects. But sometimes, decluttering projects can be overwhelming, and that's why the KonMari Method is so effective.
Views of Nearby National Parks at Night [PHOTOS]
We thought we'd share some awe-inspiring photos thanks to the National Park Service. Yes, these are still photos without people, but that's what makes them beautiful,
These Billings Businesses Are LGBTQ Friendly
For those LGBTQ who are troubled by Monday night's outcome, know that there are people in Billings who support you, and those who want your business.
An Open Letter to the Man Who Almost Drove Over Me in a Crosswalk
First, I can say, you did have your turn signal on, and for that I’m grateful.
Why Taking a Shower is Not Just About Getting Wet
Who knew there were so many wrong ways to take a shower?
BREAKING: Billings West High, Career Center on Lockdown (11/18)
At 8:28am on Monday, November 18, Billings Public Schools posted to their Facebook page that West High and the Career Center have been placed on lockdown.