I moved to Montana in 1979 from Cincinnati, Ohio. I started doing play-by-play in 1982 in Billings. I began working at my current job in December 1985 and have never left. I have been on Cat Country mornings since the show started in March 1988. In addition to my on-air job, I own and operate a wheat and cattle ranch north of Billings. I am most proud of my four children.
There’s an App For That: Times Are Changing
So do you folks get apps for everything? I don't, at least when it comes to buying things. But, they're everywhere. We are currently running a cash contest where you have to load the code word on the app. Tons of people take part. I have to tell you I have used different airlines apps for my ticket and I like that...
3 Billings School Board Members Voted Against This Policy Change
Round one goes to Emily Pennington, the junior at Billings West High School with Down Syndrome, who wants to graduate with her class next year even after she turns 19. Last night at the school board meeting, it was the first opportunity to address the age-out policy known as 2050...
Remember That Plan to Put Wi-Fi in The Billings Parks?
I would always say NO to wi-fi in the park and stick to the symphony...
Billings School Board Meeting an Abomination; Your Votes Can Help
Folks, the ballots go out next week for the mill levy and school board candidates. Send them a message, take charge of your schools, it's that important.
They’re Saying It Takes Four Now
Talk to your doctor first before listening to some politician, a county health director, or even some radio guy. They'll know what's best for each of you.
Billings Superintendent Takes Wrong Approach in Letter to Penningtons
As decent human beings, we must make sure that this never happens in Montana again.
The Scarcity Narrative Fed to Montana Consumers is Getting Ridiculous
Why do they keep creating this fear among the consumers? Some of the harder-to-find items are just being held up along different distribution points along the line.
Shame On You, School District 2: Let Her Graduate
We've heard from many employees of the school district who are furious but fear retribution from the district if outspoken.
This is the Number One Reason Why I Think Montana Needs This Level 1 Trauma Center
Montana has the second-worst survival ranking in the nation for trauma, according to 8KPAX News.
The Flakes Listeners Topped Paul’s Expectations for Number of Photos in a Phone Gallery
I don't even know how we got on the subject this morning, but we were talking about all the pictures that people have on their phones. People take pictures of everything now and take them often every day. So, like I usually do I jumped Mark's behind about having so many. He said ...