The Breakfast Flakes’ Top Stories From 2019
Mark & Paul never fail to entertain, whether it's a 5 a.m. rant, Friday Fragments, or 23 Floors with the Flakes. And often they inspire us, like with the metal detector initiative, the new wheelchair, and of course, one of our favorite projects, Flakesgving.
This was also a year when listeners showed their love and helped Paul to rebuild his barn. With all these amazing memories, and since this time of year is for reminiscing, we're looking back at Mark & Paul's most-read stories from 2019.
Have a safe and happy new year from all of us at Cat Country!
Remember the big storm that hit at the beginning of the Montana Fair? Well, Paul had a memorable experience with a young lady he met.
After a student at Washington Elementary brought a gun to school, The Breakfast Flakes Offered to purchase metal detectors for local high schools.
Even though Billings Public Schools didn't accept the offer of metal detectors, many surrounding schools did.
It was a shame to see the damage and destruction on Paul's ranch after a summer storm. This tragic event led to the Flakes Barn Raising,
Paul has never said that farming is easy, and we got a glimpse of just how difficult it can be.
Another story from the fair, this time, Mark had a few thoughts on what to do about all the traffic.
Mark wrote a moving remembrance on the eighth anniversary of his sister's passing.
We love that Mark has a penchant for random trivia. What he learned about condiments did not disappoint.
It wouldn't be a top 10 list if there wasn't a story about Mark and cars.
...and it wouldn't be a top 10 list without a story about how Mark relaxes. We can hear the jokes from Paul now...