I moved to Montana in 1979 from Cincinnati, Ohio. I started doing play-by-play in 1982 in Billings. I began working at my current job in December 1985 and have never left. I have been on Cat Country mornings since the show started in March 1988. In addition to my on-air job, I own and operate a wheat and cattle ranch north of Billings. I am most proud of my four children.
Healthcare, Blue Collar Best For Billings Graduates’ Career Choices?
Any trade right now has a huge shortage of workers. Plumbing, electrical, mechanics, construction, anything with your hands. They hold a promising future.
The Breakfast Flakes’ Rule on Being Sick at Work
We have a simple rule. We've always operated like this.
Do You Still Buy From Businesses You Don’t Like or Agree With?
So here's the question, does the business or owner of a company affect your purchase decision?
Paul’s Gripe With the Permit & Licensing Business in Yellowstone County (Opinion)
We all know the reason why paying for permits for every little thing is the case... It's not for safety or concern for you, it's just all about revenue. Period.
Montana Farmers & Ranchers, Let’s Talk About Autonomous Tractors
John Deere has released a video and info on their new John Deere 8R tractor, an autonomous tractor. It will be available at the end of the year.
Don’t Let COVID Upset Montana State Bobcats Championship Game (OPINION)
The call for the game should have already been made and the tests already given. We owe it to the fans and the teams.
Can Cold Montana Weather Be A Good Thing? 5 Reasons Why It Is
For as much as some people complain, I was thinking though that there are some really good things that the cold weather is good for...
Ship Early Billings! Here Are Some Key Deadlines
As we get closer to the holidays we are starting to hear about the shipping backlogs. The United States post office announced that if you want your package to arrive by Christmas you must send it by December the 15th. They also announced that they are going to need an additional one hundred thousand workers for the holidays.
Billings Woman, Daughter Lose Everything in Fire: How to Help
I don't know if you folks have ever lost everything, but I can only imagine what that would be like.
I’m Selling a House in Bozeman, After 9 Years It’s Hard to Let Go
After nine years of having a second home in Bozeman, it's finally time to part ways. It's probably one of the best moves we ever made when we decided to buy in 2012.
Try to Get a Haircut Today in Billings, Good Luck
I've been trying to get a haircut for the last three weeks and I have run into this problem. I'm just not qualified to do so.
There’s One in Every Neighborhood: Do Billings People Make Good Neighbors?
Maybe someone in town has a rooster, that could get old quickly, or even a chronic barker can cause real problems.