I’m a Cubs fan from Evansville, IN with a passion for radio and my Boston Terrier. When I was nine years old we came home from a midnight mass on Christmas Eve and found that someone had robbed us. They stole every present and a bunch of stuff from our house. There was one small package that was actually hidden back in the corner behind the tree, which turned out to be for me. It was a Donny and Marie Osmond wireless microphone that would connect to an AM radio. I set up a little radio studio in my mom and dad’s walk-in closet and ran wires through the house with speakers so they could listen to my show. My studio is a little bit bigger now, but I’m still just a big kid doing what I love to do.
35th Annual ‘Festival of Trees’ Opens Tomorrow
Beginning tomorrow (Thursday 12/3) through this Saturday (12/5), you can see the Festival of Trees at Rimrock Mall, inside the former Herbergers location.
This Was Our Top Vote-Getter in ‘Best Day’ Photo Contest
There were more than 1,200 individual votes cast since the contest began almost a month ago, and the results left no doubt who our winner of the Traeger Grill from Fred's Appliance is.
Autopsy Reveals Body Found in Yellowstone River is Missing Woman
On October 15, Billings Police put out an alert for Brooks, who they reported as missing and suicidal.
RiverStone Health Announces ‘Holiday Safety Tips’ For Yellowstone Co.
The Center for Disease Control has already recommended that Americans avoid traveling for Thanksgiving, and any in-person celebrating should only be done "at home with the people you live with."
These New Mandates for Yellowstone County Begin Friday 11/20
Earlier this week, Governor Bullock announced that additional restrictions for the state of Montana will go into effect tomorrow (Friday) to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Here Are New Directives Gov. Bullock Will Implement Beginning Friday (11/20)
Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced yesterday that additional measures to help "curtail the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Montana" will go into effect beginning this Friday
Delays Expected Friday on 27th St. from I-90 to Downtown
The 27th Street Improvement Project continues to move toward completion, with crews planning another round of paving that may cause delays for those traveling into downtown Billings.
RiverStone Health: COVID-19 Infections ‘Not Quite As Bad’ as Previous Week
But, according to the press release, Felton said that more restrictions could still be implemented if the COVID-19 infections begin to increase.
Roads Turn to Ice During Wednesday Commute in Billings
From our 23rd floor studios in the DoubleTree Hotel, the hundreds of brake lights from cars stopped on downtown streets, made it look like a big display of Christmas lights spread across the city.
Here Are The Parameters For Closing In-School Instruction
RiverStone Health released the indicators that school officials, and county public health officials will be using, to determine when schools should suspend in-person instruction.
Poems Sought for Sidewalk Installation on Billings’ South Side
Your poem could become sidewalk art, if your literary composition is selected for a new project that hopes to make neighborhoods on the south side more "welcoming and walkable."
Health Officer Order Extended, More Restrictions Could Be Coming
In a press conference today (Monday 11/9), Yellowstone County public health officer John Felton said that no additional restrictions to the October 12/14 order will be introduced today. But then said he "could not rule out the possibility" that additional restrictions and closings could be…