I'm truly blessed to live and work in Montana, where my great grandparents settled into long lives of ranching and farming extending through 5-generations to my own grandchildren. I've spent just enough time in the field and on a tractor to decide I'm better suited telling those stories than making them! After an extensive journalism and broadcast career in Western Washington, my family returned to Montana in 2007, calling Missoula and the Bitterroot Valley home. When I'm not behind a microphone, or on either side of a camera, you'll find me out exploring the backroads of the Northern Rockies on nice days, or spending the stormy ones at home with my wife watching old movies, playing xBox, or enjoying my extensive music collection. And yes, I'm a self-taught connoisseur of fine ice cream.
If You’ve Ever Wanted to Try Montana Waterfowl Hunting Here’s Your Chance
Suzie the retriever is professionally trained by Canton Retrievers in Stevensville.
Why Having a Whole Foods in Montana Might Not Be Good News
I'd never dream of sending a 6-year-old to Whole Foods.
City releases design concept for Missoula’s #1 fun destination
People can provide input on the Marshall Mountain design concept until 12/23.
Toys for Tots Comes Back From Break-in; Ready for Christmas
Grinchy thieves don't slow down Missoula's Toys for Tots drive.
Yuck: Avoiding Questionable Holiday Food Choices in a Montana Christmas
A canned figgy pudding meat product is the least of our worries.
YMCA Says Incredible Gift Will Help Critical Shortage of Infant Child Care
New center allows YMCA to double childcare offerings on campus.
Montana Comes Through With Over $42,000 to Help KYSSMAS Kids
Never, ever doubt how much Montana loves its children.
Missoula’s Miller Creek Residents Angry Over Proposal for Hundreds of Homes
Some of the proposed lots are as small as 3000 sq ft, much smaller than the surrounding neighborhood.
Hungry? Missoula Frugals Hopes to Re-open in January
As soon as permits are approved, reconstruction of the drive-in will start.
Judge Clears Way for More Montana Wolf Hunting
The judge's ruling doesn't resolve the lawsuit but does allow wolf hunting to proceed this winter.