A Montana native, I started my radio career in 1984 and have always been passionate about the industry. At the beginning of my career, I worked at fast food restaurants during the day and the radio station at night. I met my husband in radio, in fact, I hired him, and I usually say that I felt so bad for him I married him! I enjoy spending time with him and our two kids, our son Triston and our daughter Bailey. I love to read, play sports, and spend time at our family cabin in the Big Horn Mountains.
Many Childhood Memories in This Old House
We lived to play in that old house, and as I watched it burn, so many childhood memories come flooding back. The old house was our pirate ship and bank robbery hide out.
The Billings Food Bank Will Provide Christmas Dinners
According to a press release issued by Sheryle Shandy, Executive Director of The Billings Food Bank, there is a limited number of meals for pickup and delivery.
Chase Hawk Rough Stock Rodeo Canceled This Month
With the continued restrictions in place because of COVID-19, it's no surprise that this year's Chase Hawks Rodeo has been canceled.
Make-A-Wish And Metra RV Make Young Montana Cancer Patient’s Dream Come True
While a lot of kids ask to go to Disneyland or Disney World, Wyatt wanted something different. He asked for a camper so that his family could go camping.
Pack The Place In Pink Goes Virtual Because of COVID-19
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and this is the time of year when we would usually be holding the annual Pack the Place in Pink. This year, it's going virtual.
No Polling Places Open In Yellowstone County for the Upcoming Election
Bret Rutherford, the Elections Administrator for the Yellowstone County Elections Office, says that all ballots will be sent by mail to voters and that there will be no actual polling places open.
Did You Postpone Your Wedding Because Of COVID-19?
In a few days my son Triston will be getting married and I have had several people express their shock that we would have the nerve to go ahead with the wedding
No Burn The Point…Sadly COVID-19 Strikes Again
Over the past 17 years, Burn the Point, which was to be held September 4th & 5th is a major fundraiser for The Chase Hawks Memorial Association.
Montana Fair Announces Lower Admission Prices
With all of the changes this year for Montana Fair, with no concerts, rodeo, or supercross, Metra Park is lowering the price for fair admission this year by 44%.
The Billings Food Bank Will Be Delivering Father’s Day Dinner
The meal includes hand carved roasted prime rib, tossed salad, roasted baby red potatoes, green beans almondine, dinner roll and dessert.