I've been in Bozeman for five years now, and I love it! I'm lucky to live in a great town, in a great state, with such a loving and giving group of listeners who we affectionately call the XL Nation. We cannot thank you enough for voting “Dave & Ally in the Morning” your favorite morning show in the Bozeman's Choice Awards, and also making us your favorite radio Djs in the Best of Bozeman Awards on BoZone.com. Away from radio I'm an avid history buff. I often give tours of the Little Bighorn Battlefield and other historical sites. I also like to write and my most recent book "Crazy Horse: Where My Dead Lie Buried," is now available on Amazon. I'd love to hear from you about the book, the show, or anything else that strikes your fancy. You can reach out to me at Dave@XLCountry.com.
Become a Certified Nurses Assistant; Class Starting
Career Transitions is offering another training session to get you certified as a Nursing Assistant.
Gallatin County Currently Has Zero Hospitalizations for COVID-19
The Gallatin-County Health Department has released new COVID-19 numbers that show zero people currently hospitalized for the coronavirus.
Photos From Dave’s Vacation
You know you've had a great vacation when it feels like you've been away forever. That's how the last 10 days have felt.
Montana’s Superintendent of Schools Not Happy With Governor
Elsie Arntzen, Montana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction, released a letter this week critical of Montana Governor Steve Bullock's communication with schools across the state.
Bobcats ‘Gold Rush’ Game Cancelled to Start Season
The Montana State Bobcats were set to open up the 2020 football season with Long Island University on September 5th, but that game has now been cancelled.
Death Rate For COVID-19 in Montana Less Than 2%
For the third straight month, Gallatin County has increased its number of tests for COVID-19.
Three Forks Rodeo Cancelled for 2020
Originally scheduled in July, the rodeo had moved the event to August 28th & 29th hoping that Gallatin County would be in Phase 3 of the governor's COVID-19 directives.
Grizzly Mauls Montana Man in Teton County
On Monday, a Montana man was mauled by a grizzly bear about seven miles outside of Choteau, Montana, in Teton County. Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks said the attack happened at an abandoned farm site.
Over 1,000 Yellowstone Front-line Employees Tested for COVID; Zero Positive
Yellowstone National Park continues to test its employees for the coronavirus. In partnership with the states of Montana & Wyoming, over 1,000 COVID-19 tests have been given to front-line Yellowstone employees over the past eight weeks.
Gallatin County Announces 2nd Death Involving COVID-19
The Gallatin City-County Health Department announced on Tuesday that a second person has died in the county with COVID-19.
Montana Road Deaths Double COVID-19 Deaths
Overall, the state of Montana has seen a 2.1% positive rate for COVID-19 tests since the pandemic began back in February. Currently, the state has 61 people hospitalized for coronavirus
CDC Changes COVID-19 Isolation Guidance
Last week, the Centers for Disease Control changed their guidance on how long a person should stay in isolation for people who have tested positive for the virus but are showing no symptoms.