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Q2's Jay Kohn Looks Back on 40 Years in Broadcasting
From the fires of '88, to the mountain man trials, and governors from Judge to Bullock- Jay Kohn has been there throughout his 40-plus year career as a Montana broadcaster. Here's the audio as Jay joined us on Wednesday's Montana Talks statewide radio show.
First Fire
The first fire of the season has been reported in Yellowstone park. So far it's small but you know how fires in YELLOWSTONE go. It's so crowded down there anymore, it's almost not enjoyable. I think it's time that they put a reservation policy in place with allocations for walk-u…
5 Risks When Living In Montana
There are a lot of pluses about living in the Treasure State. Beautiful scenery, lots of room to stretch your legs and some of the nicest people you'll ever meet.
The question is what's the down sound of living here?
Whether you like it or not, there are risks when living in Montana...
5 Risks When Living In Montana
There are a lot of pluses about living in the Treasure State. Beautiful scenery, lots of room to stretch your legs and some of the nicest people you'll ever meet.
The question is what's the down sound of living here?
Whether you like it or not, there are risks when living in Montana...
Great Bluegrass Bands In Billings This Sunday
Bluegrass is definitely not the most popular genre of music, but even people that wouldn't necessarily listen to it in their car can usually appreciate seeing these talented musicians in person. These break neck speed guitar and banjo licks might not be mainstream country, but they certainly in…
Another Great Halloween In Billings' Most Haunted Hood
To the folks around Third Street and Clark Avenue,
Once again, I had a great time taking my kid trick-or-treating in what is, without a doubt, Billings' best Halloween neighborhood.
Before we left the house, my daughter took some time to write some thank you letters and stuff them into envelopes …

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