I was born and raised in the Boise, Idaho, and began my radio career in 2007 doing promotions for Peak Broadcasting stations. After getting an opportunity to do the on-air night shift on WOW Country, I became the host of the work day show. In April of 2014, I made another move to become the afternoon drive host on WOW. After taking a one-year hiatus from radio, I'm back in the saddle, here in beautiful Bozeman, Montana.
Flood Warning Issued for Northwestern Gallatin County
A flood warning for snow melt is in effect through Saturday.
Watch Skier Make the Most of Last Patch of Snow
Some people have a hard time saying goodbye to winter.
Details: Bozeman’s New 1,500 Capacity Concert Venue
The new venue will allow Bozeman concert goers to to see their favorite artists in their own community.
Don’t Be Fooled: Fake Currency Floating Around SW Montana
If you or your establishment receives any U.S currency that has these Chinese symbols on it, please do not accept.
Montana Section of Beartooth Highways Opens Friday
If you are looking to make plans for Memorial Day weekend, 24 miles of U.S. Highway 212 will open just in time for a spring road trip on the Beartooth Highway.
Bozeman Couple Featured on The Price is Right
A Bozeman couple will be featured on an upcoming episode of The Price is Right.
Moonlight Music Fest: Lineup and Ticket Information
Moonlight Basin is excited to announce the inaugural Moonlight MUSICFEST at Moonlight’s Madison Village at the base of Big Sky Resort.
Off Grid Livingston Home Will be Featured on the Discovery Channel
Tune in this Sunday to watch some Livingston locals build their dream home.
Local Artist Brightens One of Bozeman’s Darkest Places
If you're familiar with downtown Bozeman, you've probably walked by the underground parking garage for the Baxter Hotel off of Mendenhall.
New Traditional American Restaurant Opens in Belgrade
Residents of Belgrade have a new place to go for dinner and drinks.
Driver Pays Price After Ignoring Flood Warning Signs
Authorities close these roads for a reason and these photos illustrate that reason quite vividly.
Remembering Montana Officers Killed in the Line of Duty for Peace Officers Memorial Day
In Montana, 129 men and women in uniform have died on the job.