A long time ago, on a cold winter's night, in a hospital that is now the Ravalli County Administration Center, I was born. I remember listening to the radio throughout my life here in the Bitterroot Valley and was really impressed (as much as a little kid can be impressed) when Hamilton got its own station, KLYQ, in 1961. Little did I know that I would spend most of my adult working life at the station. Writing and drawing my way through school and college, I found that talking was fun, too, and radio obliged. Now they can't get rid of me, so I guess I'm here to stay!
Trapper Creek Job Corps Will Resume In-Person Classes
On-hands training will get back on track.
Shakespeare will Time-Travel to Montana Schools
Shakespeare in the Schools has an ambitious 53 show schedule.
Shocking Numbers in COVID Hospitalization – Montana
Per capita, Montana has more people hospitalized with COVID than other states.
Beautiful Images of Nature in the Fall in Western Montana
Ravens and crows are often mistaken for each other.
Sizeable Snowfall Ends Fire Season in the Big Hole
A snowstorm hampers travel and quenches the fires on the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest.
The Sky is Not the Limit at Montana State University
From high-flying balloons to black holes, MSU students are involved in science. Here's an example.
Popular Bridge at Lake Como Being Replaced
The bridge at the falls will be improved.
More Funds for Hamilton’s Sapphire Community Health Center
Senator Tester announced millions for Montana health centers.
Big Bucks Coming to UM’s Humanities Program
A federal grant will be focusing on UM research of the pandemic.
Important Historical Site – Big Hole Battlefield Reopens
Forest fires have kept the national battlefield closed all summer.