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!
UM Team To Test Science Balloon Before Trip to Chile
A solar eclipse in Chile attracts Montana researchers.
MSU to Study Pandemic Effects on Nursing
What are the long-lasting effects on the true front-line workers.
Saturday’s Montana COVID Count – 641
The weekend numbers continue to be in the hundreds.
Black Hole Study Wins Nobel, Inspires MSU Researchers
Montana researchers study mysterious black holes.
Hamilton High School Is Shut Down For Another Day
COVID-19 contact tracing continues.
Montana Adds 585 Cases Sunday, Ravalli Co. Adds 24 Saturday
The infection spike continues.
Montana Has 721 New COVID-19 Cases Reported Saturday
There were 721 new positive tests for COVID-19 in Saturday's mid-morning report from the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. Of the active cases in the state, 280 people are hospitalized and 209 people have died so far in the pandemic...
Volunteer For a Snowy Night In The Woods
Be a volunteer at the Gordon Reese Cabin this winter.
MSU Donates Fossils to Replace Burned Collection
Members of the Earth Sciences department help out a teen.
West Coast Wildfire Smoke Reaches Europe
We're not the only ones affected by the smoke.