I've lived in Billings since I was 8! That was quite a few decades ago. I jumped into radio in high school back in the late 70's and have never looked back. Music and radio have been my passion since then. I consider myself the most slightly below average guitar player in Billings. Thankfully The 7th Avenue Band keeps me around as a member. My down time has always been my family. My 4 kids range in age from 23 to 13. Anyone who knows me know that they are the world to me. I love all music but classic rock on The Hawk is where it's at! Hope to see you around town
Supreme Court Declines to Hear Montana Campaign, Rape Cases
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined without comment to hear two cases from Montana.
Judge Keeps Most Keystone XL Pipeline Work on Hold
An appeal of November's ruling is pending before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Special Needs Education in the Legislature
Now, a bill that would expand the age range for funding a narrow group of students with disabilities has advance through the Montana House Education Committee.
Sen. Bernie Sanders Says He’s Running for President in 2020
Sanders stunned the Democratic establishment in 2016 with his spirited challenge to Hillary Clinton.
Billings Police Officer Cleared in Shooting
Becker told Hubbard to put his hands up multiple times and to drop the weapon.
Avalanches Disrupt Highway Traffic in Northwestern Montana
The roadway reopened Thursday evening, but drivers are being warned of snowy and icy conditions.
Women Detained by Border Agent After Speaking Spanish Sue
The women's ACLU lawyers say O'Neill should have let them go as soon as they identified themselves as U.S. citizens, but he instead detained them in violation of the Fourth Amendment barring unreasonable searches and seizures.
Happy Valentine’s Day
I still did the flowers today.
Bullock Plans 5th Trip to Iowa in Possible Presidential Bid
At least 11 Democrats are running for president or have formed exploratory committees, but Bullock has repeatedly deflected questions about his plans.
Study: Coverage Would Plummet with Montana Medicaid Changes
The analysis estimates between 31,000 and 43,000 Montanans would lose Medicaid expansion coverage due to work requirements and premium increases, with the bulk being due to the work and associated reporting requirements.
There is a Fight Over the Smoking Ban
State Senator Doug Kary of Billings is sponsoring SB 179 which would the burden of enforcing the Montana Clean Indoor Act on elected officials
Lockwood Freshman Will Start Early
On Monday night the school trustees voted unanimously to open a freshman academy next school year.