Ask anyone, they'll tell you: "Denny is a living legend. Need you know more?" Cut it out, you guys!!!! But it's true. I have been on the radio a long, long time, the past 25+ years on KYSS FM. I love the country radio listening audience. They are genuine, polite, appreciative and friendly. I also love the ebb and flow of music styles that country music seems to experience. But you know what? I really don't care what music format I'm working. I'll embrace it because that is obviously what the listener likes or they wouldn't be listeners. In my spare time (hah!) I enjoy golf, fishing and anything University of Montana football and basketball. I am the public address announcer for both the Griz and Lady Griz basketball teams, a job I love. Besides 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.
Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park Expands Days of Operation
A new survey shows that 74 percent of Americans have no plans for the 4th of July holiday weekend.
Montana FWP Still Asking People to Leave Baby Animals Alone
Our friends at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks are a little frustrated by this and asked if we would send out the reminder again.
Missoula Has a New Clark Fork River Guide and Map
Hopefully the waters are receding enough that the Clark Fork River, among others, is becoming more user friendly.
Ten Thousand Dollar Fish Caught on Flathead Lake
Imagine having fun in a fishing tournament open to everyone, turning in your fish and then later being told you cashed in big time.
Fines and Jail Time for Being Off Trail in Yellowstone National Park
Jesterday we reported on the lower numbers of spring visitors to Yellowstone National Park and wondered if shenanigans would be down, too.
Yellowstone Park Visits Down, No Employees With COVID-19 Symptoms
It sounds like a good news/getting better news scenario for Yellowstone National Park.
Major Missoula Road Projects on the Summer Schedule
Beginning this Monday, June 22, the Montana Department of Transportation will begin working on some of Missoula's largest thoroughfares.
Still Openings For Montana Grizzly Youth Football Camp Next Week
Parents, do you have any fifth-through-eighth graders for which you are tired of being a tackling dummy?
Montana Had Some Wildfire Activity Over the Weekend
Last week we reported that the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conversation is expecting an above-normal fire season in 2020.
Will There Be Free Missoula City Band Concerts This Summer?
Looking for something - anything - that might make you feel more "normal" when seeking entertainment outside your home?