I was born and raised in the Boise, Idaho, and began my radio career in 2007 doing promotions for Peak Broadcasting stations. After getting an opportunity to do the on-air night shift on WOW Country, I became the host of the work day show. In April of 2014, I made another move to become the afternoon drive host on WOW. After taking a one-year hiatus from radio, I'm back in the saddle, here in beautiful Bozeman, Montana. Contact Jesse at firstname.lastname@example.org
Amber Alert Issued for Three Children Near Great Falls
An Amber Alert has been issued after three children that were taken during the night in Great Falls.
Possible Human Remains Found in Custer Gallatin National Forest
Bones, a shotgun, and items of clothing were recovered by law enforcement officials.
These Apple Devices Won’t Connect to Internet Soon Without Update
If you don't update to the newest version of iOS available for your device before November 3, some models might not be able to connect to the internet.
Four Corners Thrift Store Closed Until Further Notice
Four Corners Thrift Store, a popular destination for second-hand goods, has announced that the business is closing.
Over $75 Million Will Be Invested to Improve Roads in Yellowstone
There will be three major road construction projects in Yellowstone National Park in 2020.
Bullock Orders Flags at Half-Staff for Allmendinger
Governor Bullock has ordered flags across the state be flown at half-staff on Friday in honor of Jake Allmendinger.
Five Tips to Remember as Hunting Season Begins in Montana
The general deer and elk season runs from October 26 through December 1 in Montana.
Livingston Experiences Largest Earthquake in Over Four Years
While seismic activity is common throughout much of Montana, Livingston generally doesn't see much activity.
Cosmic Pizza Opening New Location in Belgrade
A popular Bozeman pizza restaurant is adding a new location in Belgrade.
Officials Retrieve 438 Hats From Hot Springs in Yellowstone
Yellowstone National Park is advising visitors to "hold onto your hats" after 438 hats were retrieved from hot springs in YNP over the summer.