I'm Ally Hart. I’m a pretty easy-going girl who loves blue jeans, and I don’t go anywhere without a pair of cowboy boots. With a passion for horses, I compete in gymkhanas, ranch sorts, and mounted shooting on my horse named Trouble. I enjoy trying new things and adore going for an afternoon ride. When I’m not riding, I’m in the mountains for a good drive or out shooting at tin cans and targets. I grew up listening to country music, so I love the classics like George Strait and Garth Brooks. But I also love the new music from some of my favorite artists like Miranda Lambert, Eric Church, and Granger Smith. As a native of the Rocky Mountain West, who graduated from the University of Wyoming with a degree in Journalism, I am happy to be doing what I love and working in radio. Nothing is better than the Rocky Mountain West, the mountains and the people! You can send me an email at Ally@XLCountry.com.
The Effects Sheltering in Place May Have on COVID-19 in Montana
Beginning Saturday the state of Montana will be under a Shelter in Place, but will it have an impact against COVID-19?
First Resident of Park County Tests Positive for COVID-19
The Park County Health Department has confirmed the first resident to test positive for COVID-19 in Park County.
First Death in Montana Linked to COVID-19
In a press release, Thursday Governor Steve Bullock announced the first death in Montana connected to COVID-19.
Social Distancing: How Montana Ranks Against Other States
The CDC and the World Health Organization have advised that social distancing is one of the most effective ways to slow the spread of COVID-19.
You Know It’s Getting Bad When You Can’t Even Get Cookies
The Girl Scouts were getting ready to finish sales and distribute cookies, but amid concerns of COVID-19 both have been suspended.
HRDC Launches Shop 4 a Senior Program
HRDC has launched a new Senior Program to aid seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adopt or Foster a ‘Pandemic Pet’ During These Hard Times
With the increased concern of COVID-19, capacity issues and staff reductions are impacting animal shelters.
Rouse Ave. Construction Set To Resume
The project began last year with crew installing box culverts that allow Bozeman Creek to flow underneath the road.
5 Things You Can Do Instead Of Going to Yellowstone
We all can experience "cabin fever" and feel the need to get out of the house, but heading to a park or public space may not necessarily be the best way to remain socially distant.
Bozeman Area School Lunch Info
The local schools are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Last week was spring break for most, so this week most schools have lunch programs in place so students can still be fed.
Operation Takeout a HUGE Success; Here’s Photos
This past Friday XL Nation banned together for Operation Takeout to help out local restaurants while their dining rooms are temporarily shutdown due to concerns of COVID-19.
Bozeman Warming Center Closes Amid COVID-19 Concerns
HRDC's Warming Centers in Bozeman and Livingston have closed due to concerns of spreading the novel coronavirus.