I’m a Cubs fan from Evansville, IN with a passion for radio and my Boston Terrier. When I was nine years old we came home from a midnight mass on Christmas Eve and found that someone had robbed us. They stole every present and a bunch of stuff from our house. There was one small package that was actually hidden back in the corner behind the tree, which turned out to be for me. It was a Donny and Marie Osmond wireless microphone that would connect to an AM radio. I set up a little radio studio in my mom and dad’s walk-in closet and ran wires through the house with speakers so they could listen to my show. My studio is a little bit bigger now, but I’m still just a big kid doing what I love to do.
Billings Capital Improvement Plan Presented on Tuesday (10/20)
According to the City of Billings, the Capital Improvement Project (CIP) is a "a five-year program that identifies needs for construction of capital projects or improvements to the City’s infrastructure."
Billings Police is Searching for Missing 21-Year Old Woman
The Billings Police is looking for a missing woman who is suicidal, according to a post on the @BillingsPD Twitter page.
Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Chatot
Our featured Wet Nose this week is a sweet girl name Chatot. She's a 1-year old Border Collie Mix who is waiting to be adopted at the Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter.
Haunted Maze Closed, Kiwanis Picnic Postponed Due to Restrictions
With the announcement of a Public Health Officer Order that goes into effect tomorrow (Wednesday 8/14) for Yellowstone County, several cancellations and closures have been announced for local activities.
Billings Drops to 61st ‘Best Place to Live’ in U.S.
In the 2020 ranking, Livability included a new metric they call an "opportunity score." That score consists of several variables including broadband access, and economic resilience.
Health Officer Order In Effect Wednesday (10/14), Here Are The Details
Last week, Felton announced that "immediate" restrictions would be put in place if an average of 50 new cases per 100,000 residents a day was reported. Yellowstone County ended last week with an average of more than 61 new positive COVID-19 cases per 100,000 residents.
Financial Relief Available for Low Income Families in Billings
With families struggling to pay bills due to COVID-19 layoffs, and some being close to eviction because they're unable to pay rent, a local community action agency is providing some relief.
Picnic Planned to Celebrate Kiwanis 100th Anniversary
An anniversary celebration for Kiwanis International is planned for later this month, with a picnic scheduled for members of local clubs.
RiverStone Health’s Free COVID-19 Testing Site Moving Location
Beginning this upcoming Monday (10/12), RiverStone Health will again be offering free COVID-19 testing, but the location is moving.
Wet Nose Wednesday: Meet Jax
Our featured Wet Nose this week is a "giant teddy bear" named Jax. He's a 3-year old Pit Bull Terrier mix who is waiting for you at the Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter.