Born and raised in Missoula, Denny is a well-seasoned broadcaster, gracefully navigating his fifth decade as a local radio personality. He is the director of Montana's only statewide hunting and fishing program, the Montana Outdoor Radio Show, heard live Saturday mornings on over 25 radio stations throughout Montana. As a University of Montana graduate, Denny has a passion for Montana Grizzly footbalI and basketball. He anchors the football pregame and postgame shows. And he has been courtside for University of Montana women's basketball for over 25 years as the Lady Griz public address announcer.
Magnifique! Montana Air Rifle Marksman to Compete in Olympics
A select group of three, one with a Montana connection, are ready to shoot for the stars (étoiles?) in Paris this summer.
No Pot of Gold For Montana Grizzly Football at the ‘Natty’
You can make arguments about missed opportunities in the first half leading to demise.
Alarming Multiple Poaching Cases as Montana Big Game Season Ends
Montana's general big game rifle season came to a close this past Sunday with some grim and disgusting reports.
A Montana Wildlife Crime & CWD Found in an Area of Major Concern
One disgusting incident of poaching and recent confirmation of more Chronic Wasting Disease.
Win Thousands, Artists! Montana Needs a New Migratory Bird Stamp
If you have the artistic gift and a flare for fowl, here's a chance to get your work seen by over 35,000 hunters.
University of Montana Students Create Virtual Hunting Tool
An enthralling video game with tools that you can apply to your hunting adventures out in the field?
The Fate of Three Montana Grizzly Cubs Who Lost Their Mama
You've heard this before. Too much food-conditioned (and people-conditioned) behavior on the part of a large wild animal seldom ends well.
Props to Montana Backpackers’ Whopping 1,200-Pound Trash Pickup
If mountain backpacking trash collection was a recognized sport, you gotta like our team's chances of taking the gold medal.
Astonishing Annual Tourism Revenue From Glacier National Park
When nearly 3 million people come to visit an iconic national park in the northwest, there is going to be some significant trickle-down of dollars.
FWP Takes on Montana Trout Decline With New Restriction Proposals
No Montana angler likes to hear the words " fishing restrictions." But a few rivers might feel a bit of a pinch in the name of restoring.
Man Dies Trying to Retrieve Sunken Vehicle From a Montana Lake
After the vehicle went through the ice, it settled in one of the deepest parts of the lake.
Montana FWP Error Will Result in Fewer Hunting Licenses Issued
A moose-stake has left officials feeling sheepish. And some hunters who thought they were getting licenses will not be.