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.
All Hell is Breaking Loose at the Border
The border is a mess in just 44 days under Joe Biden.
One Shot Vaccine May Change the Game in Montana
For the first time, we will get 8700 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine according to the Billings Gazette. This may be a game-changer for some because only one shot is necessary.
What is Fair When it Comes to Laurel Schools and Face Masks?
The rule goes into place on Monday which I don't get: if it's an immediate health issue why not immediately?
Fans of ‘Yellowstone': The Farmer Offers a Reality Check
For you folks out there that like the Kevin Costner series "Yellowstone" keep in mind, nothing in that show is anything close to ranching.
The Science of Basketball Tournaments (Opinion)
So, next week the B Divisionals will be held at Metra. The MHSA is limiting tickets to 500 per team. Fans for each team have to go in different doors and will have barriers so fans cannot go to the other side. What the hell is that!
We Need More Physicians
We are so short of doctors and specialists we cannot keep up with the demand.
2 Days Left: Restaurant Possible
Just a reminder that you have two days left to get your entries in for our Restaurant Possible promotion.
Parents Should Have the Right to Choose
What it comes down to is whether you should have the right to determine what is best for your child.
We’ve Lost Several Baseball Icons in the Last Year
This past year was not good for some of the greatest ever in baseball.
The Cruz Vacation (Opinion)
Everyone is in a tizzy about Ted Cruz heading to Cancun for a few days with his family. So what.
Montana Restrictions Are Inconsistent: What About Attendance at Tournaments?
Kids are getting tickets but they are limited to six in some cases. Why hasn't the MHSA lifted those restrictions yet?
The Power Problem in Texas
The power problem down in Texas and other states is not because of the weather. It's because we are not generating enough power to keep up with the demand.