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.
Missoula’s New Homeless Camp Set to Open This Month
According to the city of Missoula's website, this new camp opening Jan. 18 will include 24/7 security, trash removal, and more.
The Future of Weed in Montana May Look a Lot Like California
Our recreational dope business is only about two weeks old in Montana and I sure hope people consider what may be coming for us.
Billings Should Question Upham For Mask Mandate
Why implement a policy that will compound the problem?
Paul Weighs In On Voting Rights Bill
We all know what the purpose of this bill is: To reshape America and assign permanent power to one party.
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.
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.
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...
Drivers Needed. Lift CDL Requirement and Let Farmers Fill In.
Just this week, we heard the story of a snow plow driver shortage. Montana is trying to hire close to 100 drivers to clear the roads and we sure could use them now . One problem is that job requires a CDL license. I don't know why, when it is a different class truck than a semi. In fact farmers in the state are exempt from having a CDL if they are driving their own truck.