I was born and raised on the family farm, 10 miles out of Choteau. I grew up listening to KEIN, and spinning records on my pink 45 player. I’m a great cook. I didn’t say I liked to cook. I said I can cook, like any girl raised on a farm with hired hands. When I was 15 we moved to “the city”, and I finished up school at Great Falls High. Thanks to a lovely woman named Kat Phillips, I was allowed to sit in on a radio show, and ended up at the May School of Broadcasting a couple of months later. I’ve worked at radio stations since I was 18, and I’ve been all over Montana, with one stint in Oregon. This is my second chance to be on the air in Billings, only this time, I’m on the MONSTER they call the Cat. I have a bucket full of kids and grand kids, love my dogs and live to garden. My favorite smell is, wait for it, dirt. I’m not kidding.