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. Contact Jesse at email@example.com
Where and How to Dig for Sapphires in Montana
Montana is known for having some of the best sapphires in the world.
Horseshoe Fire Now 100 Percent Contained
The smoke plumes visible from the valley are caused by a fire outside of Clarkston.
New House Bill Bans Eating Dogs, Cats in Montana
More often than not Democrats and Republicans have difficulty agreeing on much of anything in Washington, D.C. However, in a rare sign of unity in the U.S. House of Representatives, the two parties came together to pass a bill that bans the slaughter, transportation, sale and possession of dogs and …
Elk Charges, Knocks Man to Ground in YNP
People in the Mammoth Springs area of Yellowstone Park, watch bull elk fight, with one onlooker becoming part of the action.
Several Resources Available for Horseshoe Fire Victims
Gallatin County Emergency Management has provided a list of resources to aid victims in their attempt to recover from this event.
Bozeman Pet Owners: Do You Share Your Bed With Your Pets? [POLL]
What do you think? Is it weird to let your animals sleep in your bed with you? Personally, I don't mind being the meat in a dog sandwich.
Bozeman Police Looking for Suspects in Attempted Robbery
Police are looking for four men suspected of being involved in the Tuesday evening incident.
This Is the Most Germ-Ridden Place in the Bozeman Airport
There’s no way around it. You’ll have to use the airport’s dirtiest spot at some point during your travel.
This Snowcat Limo Would Be The Ultimate Montana Ski Vehicle
Want to hit up Bridger Bowl and Big Sky in style this winter?
Bigfoot Hunters Preparing for 1st Annual Hunt in Montana
You can even get your picture taken with Bigfoot prior to the hunt.
Bow Hunter Impales Himself With Arrow Near Big Sky
Gallatin County Sheriff Brian Gootkin applauds the individuals in the hunting party for being prepared for this unfortunate situation.
New Building to Fill Vacant Space Left By 2009 Bozeman Explosion
After standing vacant for nearly a decade, the final lot leveled by the 2009 natural gas explosion is bringing new community benefits to downtown Bozeman.