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Who's Tired Of This?
I know I always say that I live in the wrong place to complain about snow. So I'm just saying...maybe some 40's would be nice!
The ‘Call for Kids’ Radiothon Is On NOW!
The ‘Call for Kids’ Radiothon Is On NOW! We're teaming up with St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation to present the annual Call for Kids Radiothon to benefit St. Vincent Children's Healthcare. It all started this morning and runs until 7 p.m. Make sure you're listening to he…
Tester Injured in Fall
Montana Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester canceled some of his Monday appearance schedule after hurting himself in a fall on Sunday.
Tester spokesman Luke Jackson said “Jon was on his farm in Big Sandy on Sunday and he slipped and fell in the cold… He got a few stitches, and is now back a…
Rollover Victim Identified
The Billings Gazette reports Fergus County’s Coroner has identified a 28-year-old Bozeman man who died in a single-vehicle rollover crash south of Grass Range Thursday morning.
Timothy R. Sommers Jr. was initially reported by the Montana Highway Patrol as a Belgrade resident...
Meet A 30 Year Listener
This is Nita she has been listening to me for over 30 years. Thank you Nita you are one of the people who have made it possible for me do do something I love for so long!
 
Pols Talk Mental Health
Wednesday’s mass shooting at a Florida high school has most of Montana’s congressional delegation and 2018 federal candidates speaking about mental health reform, but few supporting any kind of gun control. The 19-year-old Florida gunman– with a legally purchase…
Chairlift Derailed
Dozens of skiers and snowboarders were stranded high above Red Lodge Mountain after a chairlift cable derailed on Saturday afternoon.
Q2 reports that Red Lodge Mountain Resort General Manager Jeff Schmidt said the issue occurred on the first terminal of the triple chairlift...
Gas in Billings
If you smelled gas in Billings on Saturday, you’re not alone. The Billings Fire Department responded to a number of gas-related calls around town. Phillips 66 released a statement, saying they confirm there was a “minor unit upset” that is not dangerous to…
Billings Snow Budget Low
The Gazette reports that Billings’ record to-date snowfall once again activated residential snowplowing Thursday morning, and the growing public cost to pay private operators may soon drift into the red. Of the $420,000 allocated for residential snowplowing during the current fiscal …

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