I'm Ally Hart. I’m a pretty easy-going girl who loves blue jeans, and I don’t go anywhere without a pair of cowboy boots. With a passion for horses, I compete in gymkhanas, ranch sorts, and mounted shooting on my horse named Trouble. I enjoy trying new things and adore going for an afternoon ride. When I’m not riding, I’m in the mountains for a good drive or out shooting at tin cans and targets. I grew up listening to country music, so I love the classics like George Strait and Garth Brooks. But I also love the new music from some of my favorite artists like Miranda Lambert, Eric Church, and Granger Smith. As a native of the Rocky Mountain West, who graduated from the University of Wyoming with a degree in Journalism, I am happy to be doing what I love and working in radio. Nothing is better than the Rocky Mountain West, the mountains and the people! You can send me an email at Ally@XLCountry.com.
Chief Joseph Middle School Principal Dances Through Empty School
With area school campus' shut down due to concerns of COVID-19 the school buildings are left empty and the principals are taking this opportunity to show off their dance skills.
Manhattan Principal Releases New #DancingPrincipal Video
Eric Fisher, the principal at Manhattan High School, is at it again with another #DancingPrincipal video.
Belgrade Principal Answers #DancingPrincipal Challenge
Watch the video below to see Paul Lamb's #DancingPrincipal video - and watch as he has to go clean everything he's touched!
Bullock Announces Rent & Mortgage Relief For Montanans
In a press conference on Tuesday afternoon, Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced a directive to provide relief to residents.
Three Forks Superintendant Lip-Syncs & Dances in New Video
Three Forks Superintendent, Jeff Elliot, released #DancingPrincipal lip-sync dancing video while facilities are closed due to concerns of COVID-19.
Logan Landfill Re-Opens to The Public
After a brief closure, the Logan Landfill released Monday, March 30th they will remain open during normal business hours.
Bozeman Healthcare Worker Tests Positive for COVID-19
Friday afternoon Matt Kelley, Health Officer for the Gallatin City-County Health Department, announced that a healthcare worker at Bozeman Health has tested positive for COVID-19.
The Effects Sheltering in Place May Have on COVID-19 in Montana
Beginning Saturday the state of Montana will be under a Shelter in Place, but will it have an impact against COVID-19?
First Resident of Park County Tests Positive for COVID-19
The Park County Health Department has confirmed the first resident to test positive for COVID-19 in Park County.
First Death in Montana Linked to COVID-19
In a press release, Thursday Governor Steve Bullock announced the first death in Montana connected to COVID-19.
HRDC Launches Shop 4 a Senior Program
HRDC has launched a new Senior Program to aid seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adopt or Foster a ‘Pandemic Pet’ During These Hard Times
With the increased concern of COVID-19, capacity issues and staff reductions are impacting animal shelters.