Since the early 1990s, it’s been my privilege to be part of the KYSS FM broadcast family. Born and raised in Missoula, I think I have a sense of what country music means to the lifestyle of so many in western Montana. Even more importantly, I genuinely love communicating with the friendly, polite and respectful listening audience KYSS FM is so fortunate to have. When time allows, you’ll find me in my float tube tossing lures at fish in Harper’s Lake, Beavertail Pond or Frenchtown Pond. In addition to KYSS FM, my other broadcast duties include directing the statewide hunting and fishing program, the Montana Outdoor Radio Show, heard on over 25 radio stations throughout Montana. I am also the public address announcer for both the University of Montana Griz and Lady Griz basketball teams.
Four Montana Wounded Warriors Cherish Shoulder Season Elk Hunt
“Not sure that words can express my gratitude for what you have given to our awesome women warriors who have given so much!”
Pot of Gold: Montana’s Q1 Cannabis Sales Outgrow Big Projections
The state's projected dollar figure for all of 2022 could easily go up in smoke in the next few months.
Totally Ridiculous Laws That Are (Or Were) on Montana’s Books
If you are rocking two alarm clocks, annoying others with a sprinkler or letting your sheep ride shotgun, you could be in some serious trouble!
Who, Where and How Much: Top 10 Landowners in Montana
You could say it HAS to be a big sky, since it's responsible for covering 95,155,800 acres of country we are proud to call Montana.
Lofty Ranking for University of Montana Law School Announced
The University of Montana Law School has earned its way near to near the top of a very impressive list.
Determined and Intense Montana Bowhunter Goes Bobbing for Her Elk
What exciting and anxious moments there must have been for Montana elk hunter Kristie Barnard of Hinsdale. That bull was not going to float away or sink on her!
More Crazy Visitation Numbers For Yellowstone National Park
And the record-breaking numbers just keep on coming. Even as slower seasons approach, planning ahead is highly recommended.
Grizzly Relocated From an Area Near Fatal Ovando Montana Mauling
With what happened earlier this summer still on peoples' minds, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has taken proactive measures to relocate a grizzly bear.
Another Mystery of Human Remains Found in Montana Waters
For the second time in the last few months, there is a tale to tell of secrets Montana waters have been keeping.
Yellowstone National Park Crushes One-Month Visitation Record
Will discussions about implementing more timed visits get more serious as national park visitation momentum continues at a furious pace?
Could Montana Brown Trout Have a Meth Problem?
Are you running low on wacky things to worry and wonder about? Well, we got word of a dandy, especially for you Montana anglers.
Bans on Campfires in Montana FWP Properties Has Begun
With Montana already dealing with significant wildfire issues, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is starting to prohibit campfires.