Chris Wolfe got hooked on radio while in high school, spending evenings calling the DJs to request songs and trying to win free "stuff". Since 1991 Chris has enjoyed his radio career. He has been part of a successful on-air team, winning 8 Montana State Broadcaster of the Year Awards and being a finalist for the national Marconi "Small Market Personality of the Year" award four times. For hobbies, Chris plays tenor drum in a local bagpipe band and has competed both nationally and internationally. Chris appreciates his family, listeners, a good concert and a good beer.
A Montanan’s Offer To President Biden For Exciting Griz Football
I would like to take this opportunity to openly invite President Biden to come to Missoula and attend the game.
The Ranking Of Montana’s Top 10 Causes of Death
According to data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) these are the top leading causes of death in Montana.
How Much Genuine Freedom Does Montana Really Have?
According to Freedom in the 50 States website, Montana may not rank as high as you think
Can High Tech AI Tell if A Montanan is Drunk?
Researchers have found that using a tongue twister, AI, and voice recognition may be able determine if a person is intoxicated or not.
This is Your Chance To See Missoula’s Film Over Thanksgiving
For those that are planning on traveling or for those that are no longer in Missoula and would like to see the movie, you can email Andy directly.
Missoula’s 2023 KYSSMAS for Kids Is Gearing Up To be Memorable
The season of giving continues in Western Montana, as we get ready for the 27th Annual KYSSMAS for Kids.
Montana, This Is What Plant Hardiness Zones Look Like Now
This is the first time the map has been updated since 2012. Take a close look and you may see some of Montana's zones may have changed.
Missoula’s 2023 Guerrilla Turkey Drive Was a Success
This year we collected over 780 turkeys and over $1,100 in cash and checks for these organizations
Getting To Know Missoula’s Neighborhoods: Franklin to the Fort
The Franklin to the Fort neighborhood has grown more than the Missoula average from 2010-2022.
The Cost Of A Montana Thanksgiving Is More Affordable This Year
Montana also ranks as one of the cheapest states to prepare a Thanksgiving meal.