Born and raised in Missoula, Denny is a well-seasoned broadcaster, gracefully navigating his fifth decade as a local radio personality. He is the director of Montana's only statewide hunting and fishing program, the Montana Outdoor Radio Show, heard live Saturday mornings on over 25 radio stations throughout Montana. As a University of Montana graduate, Denny has a passion for Montana Grizzly footbalI and basketball. He anchors the football pregame and postgame shows. And he has been courtside for University of Montana women's basketball for over 25 years as the Lady Griz public address announcer.
Montana Grizzly Football Standouts Grab Multiple League Honors
In a conference with 12 teams, one team came away with four of the five individual honors.
UM Grizzly Football Star Now a Finalist for Freshman of the Year
No doubt, there are plenty of talented, qualified finalists for the award.
Is it Reaching the Crisis Stage for a Hunter Missing in Montana?
The last reported phone ping was Tuesday afternoon.
Eyes Open: More Grizzly Bear Habitat Recently Found in Montana
With news like this, western Montanans might say to eastern Montanans, "Welcome to our world."
A Montana Wildlife Crime & CWD Found in an Area of Major Concern
One disgusting incident of poaching and recent confirmation of more Chronic Wasting Disease.
Missoula Loves Thanksgiving Traditions, Like…Turkey Curling?
The warm, inviting aromas of a thoughtfully prepared meal will soon permeate the homes of so many.
Rose City Romp! Montana Grizzly Football Buries Portland State
A star receiver stayed home. A premier offensive lineman left with what appeared to be a serious injury.
Oh, GeeZZZZZ! Montana Apparently Has a Lofty Somnambulism Rate!
It has a rather comical connotation to it, but the effects and consequences can be pretty disturbing.
Chop to it, Western Montana. LNF Christmas Tree Permits Available
Visiting a National Forest to find a Christmas tree is a long-standing tradition and a fun way to get outdoors for you and your family.
Win Thousands, Artists! Montana Needs a New Migratory Bird Stamp
If you have the artistic gift and a flare for fowl, here's a chance to get your work seen by over 35,000 hunters.