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.
Wrong Congressional District Lines Will Make Montana Lose In DC.
This so-called bi-partisan committee is working on redistricting Montana now that we get two congressional seats. The fix is already going on to make sure the democrats can always have a seat. They want to make sure that Missoula and Bozeman are always in the same district.
There May Be Hope: What the Rain Means for Montana Ranchers
I was hauling hay yesterday out of the field and thought that this might be the most expensive load on that trailer I've ever had.
Hey Jon Tester, Big Sandy or Big City? (Opinion)
There are a couple of senate confirmation votes that are coming up that will have a huge impact on Montana. How do you think Jon Tester, Democrat, will vote?
It’s Not About Misinformation: It’s About Censorship (Opinion)
Control--that's what this is about. Control media, education, and social media, and squelch anyone with an opposing view or opinion if they feel it's wrong.
Public Restroom in Downtown Billings? This Oughta Be Good. (Opinion)
I get the compassion. Some people have to try anything to solve Billings' homeless problem, but this won't reduce the homeless problem for downtown.
Too Close for Comfort: 4.1 Earthquake Hits 54 Miles from Billings
Did you feel it this morning? A little after five this morning, there was an earthquake in our area.
This Is Why Rural Montanans Need Their Own Fire Trucks
We already pick up your tires, tree branches, beer cans, and wrappers, but this could kill people and endanger the others who will be called in to stop the havoc that you created.
What Options Are Left? Frustration and Hopelessness Among Montana Farmers and Ranchers
Yesterday, after 105 degrees and virtually two and a half months without any real precipitation, I sat down in my shop and for the first time in my life felt a sense of hopelessness.
Montana High School Association Members Shouldn’t Attend Live Sports [Opinion]
Now that I think about it, Montana High School Association members shouldn't attend the PBR event in May, or the Toby Keith concert either. After all, it's just too dangerous, based on science.
Let’s Stop Making Stupid Comparisons
Is a COVID death sadder or more tragic than any other related health death that could have been prevented? No, it's not.