I'm Billy Jenkins, just a humble guy who lives in Lolo, Montana with my beautiful wife Savannah and our wonderful dogs Koda and Gypsy. I have been listening to country music for as long as I can remember as that’s what my parents were always listening to. My three favorite country artists are Garth Brooks, Blake Shelton, and the always-gorgeous Miranda Lambert. Recently, I crossed an item off my bucket list when I saw Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood live right here in Montana. I cannot believe I collect a paycheck for talking on the radio. I count my lucky stars every day, and look forward to being here for a long time!
Generator Gone Missing In Lolo – We Need Your Help
He works hard to support his family, lets try to get him back his $1,000 piece of equipment.
Let’s Work Together and End Bullying
We were lucky enough to work with our friends at S & K Gaming to create a Public Service Announcement about standing up against bullying.
Montana’s Military Celebrates 70 Years of Air Power in the Big Sky
This year is a big year for Montana's Military as we celebrate 70 years of air-power in the Big Sky Country.
A Broadway Performance You Can See in Missoula
The performance will be on Wednesday, June 28 at 7:30pm at MCT Center for the Performing Arts.
Relay For Life Kick Off Event in Missoula
Missoula County Relay For Life is a community fundraising event to fight cancer and bring awareness to American Cancer Society Programs and Resources.
10 Things You Just Don’t Do Around Montanans
People who don't live in Montana or haven't ever visited sure have a funny understanding of how we live our lives. Here's some helpful advice.
Cash&Carry In Missoula Sets Opening Date
While the store will be mostly used for restaurants to buy in bulk, it will also help those looking to buy in bulk.
Last Call for Senior Graduation Night Party Volunteers
It's a great way for high school seniors to get together for one more night and create some memories.
Missoula Labeled Most Dangerous City in Montana
If we want to clean up the crime rates for our area I think it starts with Meth addiction.
Montana’s Poisonous Spiders and How To Avoid Them
Do we really have to worry about poisonous spiders here in Montana? Turns out: not as much as you might think.