Since the early 1990s, it’s been my privilege to be part of the KYSS FM broadcast family. Born and raised in Missoula, I think I have a sense of what country music means to the lifestyle of so many in western Montana. Even more importantly, I genuinely love communicating with the friendly, polite and respectful listening audience KYSS FM is so fortunate to have. When time allows, you’ll find me in my float tube tossing lures at fish in Harper’s Lake, Beavertail Pond or Frenchtown Pond. In addition to KYSS FM, my other broadcast duties include directing the statewide hunting and fishing program, the Montana Outdoor Radio Show, heard on over 25 radio stations throughout Montana. I am also the public address announcer for both the University of Montana Griz and Lady Griz basketball teams.
Just in Time? Orphaned Montana Grizzly Bear Cub Gets New Home
Not everyone is fond of zoos. But zoo before possible euthanizing or death by other means? Well,...
Latest Potentially Dangerous Algae Bloom Found in a Montana Lake
With the oh-so-slow transition from summer to fall looming, the inevitable warnings of toxins in Montana lakes start to "bloom."
Missoula Actor is Best at Cannes International Cinema Festival
At any level of an international film competition, being name best actor is a pretty sensational accolade.
Montana Mountain Lion Makes a Fatal Crash Into a Home’s Basement
With a policy that does not allow for relocation, you can probably anticipate that this story does not end well.
Man Dies After Grizzly Bear Mauling in Montana
It is with sadness that we post this follow-up to a story we shared with you on Friday. This must have been a horrific scene.
Bitterroot Valley Outfitter Drowns Trying to Save His Dog
Helping to produce and direct hunting and fishing radio programs in Missoula for so many years, I was familiar with the name Carl Mann.
Changes Coming to 2020 Montana Hunting and Fishing Licenses
Hunters and anglers can expect a few changes this year when they buy their 2020 licenses starting March 1.
Montana Ice Anglers Still Need to be Very Cautious
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks wanted us to encourage you to make safety the number one concern during a day on the ice.
Do You Need Life Jackets on Stand-up Paddleboards in Montana?
We're not trying to be the water safety nannies here, but it's definitely the time of year when you want to be aware of state law.
Montana Tourist Numbers Down, But Spending Up in 2018
Less spent more. When it comes to tourists visiting the state, there's probably many Montanans who like that formula.
First Day Hikes in Montana State Parks Kick Off 2019
On January 1, Montana State Parks will host First Day Hikes at a number of our state parks, including one in our neighborhood.