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.
Having A Daughter Is Just Different, Paul Says In A Good Way
Today is National Daughters Day, be sure to show your appreciation!
Paul’s Opinion: Government Should Stop Paying For These Failures
If they can't make it on their own, let them fail.
Paul Is Concerned, Our Nation Has Entirely Lost It’s Pride
What's next? Wearing bikinis to court?
Farmer Finishers: Taxes, Mayor’s Donation, And Dogs In Our Parks
Paul wraps up the week, being halfway through September, with thoughts on a few things.
No Nets Should Be No Problem, Spectators Need To Toughen Up
There's a risk associated with going to sporting events, expect it.
Terrorist Moves Made By The Head of Our Country
An appalling act
Lies Told By The Farmer’s Almanac: The Smartest Guys Don’t Know
Don't let them fool you, nobody knows what this winter's weather holds.
Labor Day Weekend Warnings From Paul, Travel At Your Own Risk
Paul always avoids traveling on a holiday weekend, it's just not worth it.
What’s Happening in Billings This School Year? Paul Is Hopeful.
Paul's chat with Dr. Erwin Garcia has given him hope for the school district.
Teenagers Shouldn’t Be Working? Sounds Ridiculous To Paul.
Some woman thinks that teenagers need work-free time to develop. That's a no-go for Paul.