I've been in Bozeman for five years now, and I love it! I'm lucky to live in a great town, in a great state, with such a loving and giving group of listeners who we affectionately call the XL Nation. We cannot thank you enough for voting “Dave & Ally in the Morning” your favorite morning show in the Bozeman's Choice Awards, and also making us your favorite radio Djs in the Best of Bozeman Awards on BoZone.com. Away from radio I'm an avid history buff. I often give tours of the Little Bighorn Battlefield and other historical sites. I also like to write and my most recent book "Crazy Horse: Where My Dead Lie Buried," is now available on Amazon. I'd love to hear from you about the book, the show, or anything else that strikes your fancy. You can reach out to me at Dave@XLCountry.com.
U.K. COVID Variant in Gallatin Co; Why You Shouldn’t Be Alarmed
The Gallatin County Health Department announced on Wednesday that there are now three cases of the U.K. variant of COVID-19 in Gallatin County. Health Officer Matt Kelley released the following statement:
Governor Announces Expansion of COVID Vaccine Program
Governor Gret Gianforte announced on Tuesday that Montana will enter Phase 1B+ of the state's vaccine distribution plan. It is scheduled to start on March 8, 2021, in an effort to protect those most vulnerable to the coronavirus.
Butte St. Patrick’s Day Parade Cancelled for 2021
Who would have thought that when last year's Butte St. Patrick's Day Parade was canceled that it was possible that it would happen again a whole year later. Well, it has.
Montana State Hires New Football Coach
Early Monday evening, Montana State University announced that they had hired their new football coach.
Governor Redirects Unused COVID Vaccine Doses to Help Most Vulnerable
On Tuesday, Governor Greg Gianforte announced that he has received federal approval to redirect some 19,500 unused doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to vulnerable Montanans.
Governor Announces Project to Help Manage Federal Lands
Governor Greg Gianforte announced this week a program to help manage Montana's federal lands. The Good Neighbor Authority Timber Sale in Lincoln County is scheduled to begin operations this month. Benefits as a result of this project will include reduction of hazardous fuels in the wildland-urban interface to decrease the potential for high-intensity wildfire, and increased forest resilience to in
Choate is Staying; Here’s His Message to Bobcat Fans
Here's what Choate Tweeted out shortly after Boise State made their announcement.
Big Timber is Set to Rodeo All Summer
Most of our Montana rodeos have been cancelled this summer because of COVID-19, but we do have one about to start up, and it's going to happen all summer long.
Bear Attack in Big Sky on Memorial Day
Just after 1 p.m. on Memorial Day, a mountain biker was reportedly attacked by a grizzly bear in the Spanish Peaks Community of Big Sky.
President Outlines Plan for Opening up America
The plan was approved by the president’s medical advisors, Dr. Deborah Birx, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Robert Redfield. The president said that it will be up to individual governors as to when they will begin to open up their states based on the severity of virus.
Park Co Sheriff Reports Finding Missing Teen’s Body
The body of the teen who went missing near Emigrant on Tuesday was found this afternoon, according to the Park County Sheriff's Department.
Business Owners: Here’s How to Get Your Money From the CARES Act
Last week, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocating $350 billion to help small businesses keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn.