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.
2020 Has Been a Year of Firsts For Me
So, what are the firsts that I have experienced this year? Well, I got a flu shot for the first time (or at least for the first time that I can remember - my Mom may have had me get one when I was very young, but don't remember). Another first, I became a mother-in-law.
Grab Some Tacos And Help Out The Boys And Girls Clubs
Crunch for a Cause is tomorrow (Wednesday, November 18th) from 4p-8p when you eat at Taco John's in Billings and Laurel, they'll give 25 percent of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County.
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.
When You’re Stuck At Home Sick, You Sure Do Think About Things
Here's what I noticed, first daytime TV sucks, well not all of it, but shows like The Chat and the disastrous faux show The View, my gosh such hateful women
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.
Energy Independence, Is Wind the Answer?
We hear it all of the time, especially during political cycles, like we have now: energy independence. Depending on what candidate you listen to or what news outlet (I use the term news loosely), you don't know where anyone stands. They're for fracking, they're against fracking, it wi…
Does What Hollywood and Professional Sports Figures Think Effect You In Billings?
I wonder if what actors and pro sports figures say about politics really matters, does what they say have any effect on how people will vote?
Turkey, It’s Not Just For Thanksgiving
The hubby decided to make the turkey for dinner, and of course when you have turkey, you must have stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, and one of my favorites and a staple for the holidays in my house green bean casserole. And to top it off, a lovely Dutch apple pie, yum.
Should We All Be Getting Flu Shots?
I did something the other night that I have never done. I went to the bar, well, that's not new, but the fact that I got a flu shot at the bar, that's new and crazy. I was out with my co-worker Mya. She was visiting one of her clients, Pharm406...
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
Toby Keith’s Concert at MetraPark Rescheduled to 2021
With all of the concerts being canceled or rescheduled at First Interstate Arena at MetraPark, it's not a shock that we got news from MetraPark's General Manager Bill Dutcher that Toby Keith's Country Comes To Town Tour, with special guests Colt Ford & Chancey Williams that wa…