Born in Iowa, Michael became a Montanan in his early teens when his family moved to the Gallatin Valley. Foth -rhymes with both - started his broadcast career while in high school, working part-time at an AM religious station in Belgrade. Over the years, his work path allowed him opportunities in Salt Lake City, Denver, and southern Minnesota. Michael returned to the airwaves in Billings in 2005 and has been with Townsquare Media, Billings since 2017. Interests: reading (mostly fiction), history, gardening, cooking, fishing, motorcycles, playing blackjack, and hanging out with his family. Favorite foods: smoked meats, steak, seafood, thin-crust pizza. Movies he's watched more than 10 times: Family Vacation, Happy Gilmore, Tommy Boy. Ideal vacation: Any place with a beach, pool, and palm trees. Favorite part of this job: Everyone has a unique story, and Michael loves finding those interesting stories and sharing them with our listeners and readers. Music: A rocker at heart, Michael enjoys all styles of music from classic country to pop. Personal stuff: "#Dad Life" is what it's all about for Michael. Married since 2010, he has three older step-kids and two younger girls who have him completely wrapped around their fingers. Three dogs and a cat round out their household.
What’s Up with the Broken Down Solar Farm in Reed Point?
Every time we drive by, the small solar farm by the interstate seems to be falling into more disrepair. The company has five other solar farms in Montana. Are they too?
Montana’s North Pole Adventure Train Sells Out Fast. Ticket Info Here
It seems really early to be thinking about Christmas, but these will probably be sold out in one day. Charlie Russell Chew Choo North Pole Adventure tickets go on sale next week. Here are the details.
Here’s Why Montana Landowners Don’t Let Hunters on their Property
A Montana rancher found one of his cows been shot with an arrow last week in Powell County. Officials ask anyone with info to call 1-800-TIP-MONT or the Powell County Sheriff's Office at 406-846-2711.
Over 40,000 Pounds of Montana Meat is Heading to Food Banks Statewide
The truckload of Montana raised and processed pork, sausage and ground beef is headed to Family Service in Billings on Tuesday, September 26. It's a partnership with farmers, ranchers and the Montana Food Bank Network.
Snow Brings First Fall Closure of 2023 to Scenic Beartooth Highway
The Montana Department of Transportation will reassess the conditions over the weekend (the pass will likely reopen by Monday). Beartooth Highway typically closes for the season in mid-October.
Montana Drivers Would Freak Out if this ‘Green’ Program Came Here
We like saving money on gas as much as the next person, but a controversial clean-air program that's been implemented in London would NEVER fly in Montana.
Montanan Wins Prestigious 2023 Federal Duck Stamp Competition
From 199 entries, Belgrade artist Chuck Black won the 89-year-old competition with his stunning rendition of a northern pintail duck he first photographed in 2020 near Yellowstone.
Peace and Quiet for Miles. 1910 Montana Homestead for Just $208K?
It's a bit of a drive to the nearest Costco, but a 40-acre horse property for $200K and change seems like deal to us.
15 Places to Find Great Biscuits and Gravy in Billings
Weekends are made for breakfast. If you're craving biscuits and gravy, here's a roundup of some of the best spots in Billings for this classic comfort food.
Montana Hope Project Kid from Laurel has Awesome Day with the Bobcats
My seven-year-old can't stop talking about how much fun she recently had at a Bobcats game, thanks to the Montana Hope Project.