I grew up near Belgrade and spent 25 years in the radio business as a DJ and Program Director, with stops in Denver, Minnesota and Salt Lake before coming back home to Montana in 2005. Married since 2010, with a houseful of kids and dogs, I enjoy selling real estate, family time, motorcycles, fishing and the occasional round of embarrassingly bad golf.
Montana Meth Project’s ‘Paint The State’ Has $100K in Prize Money
Teen, Adult, and People's Choice winners will each win $10,000, with $5,000 and $3,000 offered to 2nd and 3rd place finishers in each category. The registration deadline is May 31.
First Big Cannabis Industry Show Ever at MetraPark is Coming July 8-9
You're familiar with the MATE show and the NILE. Now, another rapidly growing Montana industry is hosting its first-ever statewide trade show this summer at MetraPark. It's open to the public.
Hungry Grizzly Bear Closes Popular Hiking Area Near Red Lodge
A friendly reminder to be bear-aware as you head to the mountains south of Red Lodge this spring. Greenough and Parkside are temporarily closed due to grizzly bear activity in the area.
Up to 2 Inches of Rain Expected in Billings Area. Flooding Possible
Conditions seem uncomfortably similar to last year's weather event that caused historic flooding in communities across south-central Montana.
Nearly $1 Million for ONE Acre of Bare Land in Montana? Wow
Got an extra $899,000 lying around? Better snap up this 1.01 acre of land on Flathead Lake before some out-of-stater snags it.
Outrageous Summer Hotel Rates in Montana May Have Hit Their Peak
Resort hotels in the Mountain West are reporting slower bookings this summer. Rates have not dropped yet (for the most part), but could if summer reservations continue to be slower than average. Some hotel resorts may offer additional incentives, such as discounts on activities or kids-eat-free. ...
Yes, Driving Too Slowly in the Fast Lane in Montana is Illegal
Regardless of the laws... if you want to drive slow, for the love of God, please stay in the right-hand lane on the interstate. And if you're jamming up traffic on a two-lane PULLOVER. Literally, everyone thanks you.
Vintage Masonic Pendant, Chinese Coin Found by MT Treasure Hunter
Spanish doubloons or Civil War-era gold bars probably won't be found in Montana, but one metal detectorist in Big Sky County is finding interesting stuff in lakebed swimming holes.
Will This Popular Home Improvement Store Ever Come to Montana?
Despite having 45,000 employees at over 300 locations in 15 states, the midwest-based home improvement chain hasn't planted a footprint in Montana... yet.
Montana DNRC Says Drought Conditions Improving in Big Sky Country
Is Montana finally heading out of our multi-year drought? Experts say things are looking better for 2023.