A long time ago, on a cold winter's night, in a hospital that is now the Ravalli County Administration Center, I was born. I remember listening to the radio throughout my life here in the Bitterroot Valley and was really impressed (as much as a little kid can be impressed) when Hamilton got its own station, KLYQ, in 1961. Little did I know that I would spend most of my adult working life at the station. Writing and drawing my way through school and college, I found that talking was fun, too, and radio obliged. Now they can't get rid of me, so I guess I'm here to stay!
Autumn Camping is Great in the Bitterroot – And There are Choices
A listing of the places to camp on the National Forest.
Pheasant and Waterfowl Hunt for Montana Youth This Weekend
The younger hunters go out in the field.
Pelicans at the Metcalf
Large white birds in the water, bobbin' for food.
You Can be a Winter Host at Popular Cross-Country Ski Cabin
The Gordon Reese cabin is a welcome sight on the Chief Joseph ski trail.
Chronic Wasting Disease is Topic of FWP Meeting Monday
The disease kills deer, elk and moose.
Hamilton Broncs Keep Stampeding in Class A Football
Hamilton Broncs defeat Polson Pirates.
Astronaut Scott Kelly Coming to Montana Next Year
He'll talk about his NASA career.
Bitterroot Forest Starts Fall Burning Projects
Annual burning to maintain forest health and reduce high intensity wildfires.
Kurt Steele will be Acting Bitterroot Forest Supervisor
Julie King has accepted a new Forest Service role.
Stevensville First Responders and Others will Commemorate 9-11
A silent parade on Stevensville's Main Street.
UM Planetarium Schedules More Public Shows
See the stars without going outside.
Hamilton Overwhelms Browning in Football – 70 to 28
The powerful Broncs come back home next Friday.