Your XL Country Afternoon host is a born and raised Montanan, a Marine Corps Veteran, and a Bobcat! Russell grew up in far eastern Sidney, Montana also known as "Almost North Dakota!" In 1999 he moved to Great Falls, Mt where he graduated from GFHS in 2003. After graduation he enlisted in the Marine Corps. Russell had a successful four years in the Marines, but decided after his third tour in Iraq that he wanted to go to college. So at the end of his enlistment he moved to Bozeman. Since in Bozeman hes been a somewhat typical college kid...Changing his major a couple times... almost getting his degree... drinking... floating... camping... Skiing ... working three jobs at once... and most importantly loving his wife Shayla!
What Kind of Business Would Put Up a Sign Like This?
What sort of a business would put up this sign? Trust me you are going to want to know! It may help you to choose where you might spend your money,
Ice Climber Takes A Scary Fall [Video]
An ice climber in the U.K. is alive after losing his footing and falling 100 feet down the side of a MOUNTAIN. I know we have a lot of Ice climbers around the Bozeman area. Be careful out there! The man is climbing and a piece of Ice comes down and hits him, he looses his grip and …
North 7th Ave- I90 Construction Begins March 11th
If you thought traffic was bad at times in Bozeman, well, it's about to get worse! The I-90 and 7th Avenue bridge and interchange will be getting expanded and rebuilt. I think this is a sign that Summer is getting close!
$117,076 Is Headed To St. Jude Thanks To YOU!
This years St. Jude radiothon was absolutely the best I've ever seen. Over the past few years we have done pretty good, but we had a goal we wanted to reach... Making it past that $100 K mark. And This year we did it thanks to S.W. Montana!
Rocky Mountain Stucco Is Shaving Heads For St. Jude! [Video]
Bryan Barnhart and the other amazing guys at Rocky Mountain Stucco have been apart of the St. Jude Radiothon for years. These are some hard working, tough looking guys that shave their heads in honor of the kids at St. Jude. A few of them even have a St. Jude logo tattooed on their heads…
2013 XL Country St. Jude Radiothon- Reasons To Become A Partner In Hope
The 2013 St. Jude Radiothon is here, and XL Country is extremely excited. We know we have the absolute BEST listeners in SW Montana, and we are looking forward to a great year of helping St. Jude. And not only is becoming a Partner In Hope a big deal, we have a few incentives to help you…
Old Chicago Is Constantly Helping Out In The Community
Our locally owned Old Chicago is helping out in our community more than you might realize. And this year they are again helping the kids of St. Jude. As one of the sponsors for the radiothon this year Old Chicago has said they are going to help end childhood cancer.
Ressler Toyota Steps Up to Help The Kids Of St. Jude
Ressler Toyota is a great business here in Bozeman, they stepped up this year to help the kids of St. Jude in their battle against cancer. Ressler became a Angel of the hour because they care about the kids of St. Jude and Montana.
$4.5 million Supercar— The Lamborghini Veneno
Well Lamborghini has out done themselves this time. A $4.5 Million Dollar Car--- The Veneno, which slightly resembles a Transformer, will rocket you from 0-100km/h in 2.8 seconds.
Town & Country Foods Helps The Families Of St. Jude.
Since 1966 Town & Country Foods has been serving S.W. Montana, and not only is it a great local business, but they have teamed up with XL Country to help the kids of St. Jude!
Montana State University Images Of The Year 2012 [Video]
Well it seems like just yesterday I was screaming in the stands for the Montana State Bobcat Football team. After watching these videos I am extremely excited to see what we have in store for next year!
Don’t Miss Out On Girl Scout Cookies!
We had a few girl scouts on the XL Country Morning show this Friday and it looks like it is that time of year again--- Time for Girl Scout Cookies! Booth sales are starting up so make sure you are on the lookout for the little ladies all over Bozeman.