I've been in Bozeman for five years now, and I love it! I'm lucky to live in a great town, in a great state, with such a loving and giving group of listeners who we affectionately call the XL Nation. We cannot thank you enough for voting “Dave & Ally in the Morning” your favorite morning show in the Bozeman's Choice Awards, and also making us your favorite radio Djs in the Best of Bozeman Awards on BoZone.com. Away from radio I'm an avid history buff. I often give tours of the Little Bighorn Battlefield and other historical sites. I also like to write and my most recent book "Crazy Horse: Where My Dead Lie Buried," is now available on Amazon. I'd love to hear from you about the book, the show, or anything else that strikes your fancy. You can reach out to me at Dave@XLCountry.com.
Pics & Video of Deputy Jake Allmendinger’s Funeral
Friday was a beautiful and somber day as Gallatin County Sheriff's Deputy Jake Allmendinger was laid to rest.
Watch Live Stream of Deputy Allmendinger’s Funeral
If you cannot attend and you would like to watch a Live Stream of Deputy Jake Allmendinger's funeral this morning at the Commons,
Gallatin County Sheriff’s Deputy Dies
The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office is reporting that one of their deputies died while responding to a welfare check on Saturday evening. Here is what the department posted on their Facebook page Sunday morning:
Bozeman Man Arrested in Connection With Downtown Shooting
Bozeman police have arrested a 21-year-old male in connection with Thursday's shooting.
Explosive Device Detonated at Helena Elementary School [UPDATE]
The Lewis & Clark Country Sheriff's Office is reporting that an improvised explosive device was detonated this morning on the playground of Rossiter Elemmentary School in Helena.
Rouse Ave Project Delayed Until Oct 7th
The Rouse Ave – Main to Oak project that was scheduled to start today has now been delayed until Monday, October 7.
FWP Concludes Investigation Into Grizzly Attack
Officials have concluded their field investigation into a surprise grizzly bear attack.
Manhattan Residents Told to Leave Faucets Trickling
With a cold and snowy storm about to arrive, the City of Manhattan is telling some of its residents to leave their water running. Here is what the city posted on their website earlier today:
Fall Construction to Begin on Rouse Ave
The Montana Department of Transportation announced that the Rouse Ave - Main to Oak project will begin fall construction on Monday, September 30.
Did You Know Willson Ave Used to Be Called Something Else?
I always thought that Willson Avenue was named for Fred Willson who is responsible for designing the Gallatin County Court House, the Baxter Hotel. Turns out I was wrong.