I've been in Bozeman for five years now, and I love it! I'm lucky to live in a great town, in a great state, with such a loving and giving group of listeners who we affectionately call the XL Nation. We cannot thank you enough for voting “Dave & Ally in the Morning” your favorite morning show in the Bozeman's Choice Awards, and also making us your favorite radio Djs in the Best of Bozeman Awards on BoZone.com. Away from radio I'm an avid history buff. I often give tours of the Little Bighorn Battlefield and other historical sites. I also like to write and my most recent book "Crazy Horse: Where My Dead Lie Buried," is now available on Amazon. I'd love to hear from you about the book, the show, or anything else that strikes your fancy. You can reach out to me at Dave@XLCountry.com.
Big Timber is Set to Rodeo All Summer
Most of our Montana rodeos have been cancelled this summer because of COVID-19, but we do have one about to start up, and it's going to happen all summer long.
Bear Attack in Big Sky on Memorial Day
Just after 1 p.m. on Memorial Day, a mountain biker was reportedly attacked by a grizzly bear in the Spanish Peaks Community of Big Sky.
Business Owners: Here’s How to Get Your Money From the CARES Act
Last week, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocating $350 billion to help small businesses keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn.
Affordable New Bozeman Condos Now on the Market
New condos will be available in Bozeman in January. Built by High Caliber Homes, Sandhill Condominiums offer one and two bedroom units with:
Tickets for General Public on Sale Today For Friday’s Bobcat Playoff Game
Season ticket holders were able to reserve their tickets the last couple of days to the Bobcat's playoff game on Friday. And now it's the general public's turn starting this morning at 9 a.m.
Big Sky Lodge Gets a Surprise Visitor in Lobby Restroom
Buck's T-4 Lodge & Restaurant in Big Sky had a surprise visitor on Saturday night.
Gallatin County Residents Being Asked to Keep Water Flowing
Gallatin County Emergency Management is asking residents to help Keep the Water Flowing by removing obstructions from waterways and drains to help prevent water from backing up.