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!
Bitterroot Outdoor Journal – Young Birds Arrive
Leave young wild animals alone is the rule.
Bitterroot Forest Opens Temporary Firewood Cutting Areas
Take your shovel, bucket and fire extinguisher - and your permit!
Watch the Earth Go Round and Round from Space Station
NASA's High Definition Earth Viewing is up and running.
Hamilton Players Stage A Fun ‘Disaster!’
The comedy is surrounded by 70s pop music.
Fire Danger Increases in Bitterroot National Forest
Fire season has already started in the Bitterroot.
Hamilton Rally supports Trapper Creek Job Corps
What is the future of Trapper Creek Job Corps?
Leave the Young Wild Animals Alone
If you care about them, leave them alone.
Get Ready for Bluegrass Music on Tuesday at 12
Bluegrass this week, salsa next week.
Supporters of Trapper Creek Job Corps Are Meeting Tuesday
The public is invited to tell their stories on how the Job Corps has helped.
Fun and Fund-raising at Ravalli County Relay for Life
Thousands of dollars were raised in the Saturday event.