Mark grew up in Northern Illinois, in a small farm town about 90 miles West of Chicago...Go Bears!! He was raised in a family of police officers. His dad, step dad and uncle were all Cheifs of police. After Highschool, Mark took that same route. He worked for the local police force and was also an E.M.T. on the local volunteer fire department. In 1985 he picked up and moved to denver where he met his wife Barbara. He also started working in broadcasting while in Denver. in 1989 mark and Barbara moved to Billings where Mark took a morning show job at 790 KGHL. In 1991, he was hired to work at 1090 KBOZ radio here in Bozeman. Mark currently does the morning show from 6-10am on Bozeman’s News Talk Leader 1450 KMMS-AM and Mid days on Xl Country 100.7 KXLB-FM. Mark’s wife Barbara is in charge of the Tele-Health clinic at the VA Office at 300 North Wilson. Mark’s daughter Shelby is 13, plays volleyball and goes to school in Belgrade.
RMEF Banquet Is Coming Up On The 15th Of June, Tickets On Sale Now [AUDIO]
You can't buy your tickets at the door, so you have to get em ahead of time if you want to go. It's at the SUB this year. Barry Jacobsen and Terry Threlkeld joined me in studio to talk about the RMEF, the elk population and how to get tickets for this years banquet...
The 4th Annual Veteran Stand Down Is Coming Up On June 15th [AUDIO]
On that Saturday at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds there will be a great event that is open to the public. It is set up to help Veteran's specifically but is offering services to the public. Free lunch, free medical screening, free dental screening, free haircuts, free job search, free resume assistance, free surplus clothing, free sleeping bags, free vision screening and many more things... Rea
Silsby Fire Engine On Display At The Pioneer Museum
A new item is now on display at the Pioneer Museum here in Bozeman. The twelve foot by five foot, horse-drawn engine is being loaned to the museum by the Bozeman Fire Fighters Local #613.
Is The YesHaus The House Of The Future [AUDIO]
Did you ever think you could have an $8 power bill for the month of March here in Bozeman? I think the people that had the YesHaus built out in Elk Grove last year are glad they do. The owner of YesHaus joined us during our SWMBIA segment Monday...
The Top 5 Biggest Social Media Privacy Mistakes [AUDIO]
Chris Syme, with cksyme.org, a local company that helps organizations build a brand presence that protects reputation and builds advocacy, stopped by to chat today. Her and her team are experts in real-time crisis monitoring/management, social media loyalty strategies, and crisis prevention strategies...
$10,000 Winner Will be Announced Monday 6/3. Will It Be You?
If you have not joined the 1450 KMMS Listener Delegation you might miss out on $10,000 today. Take just 5 minutes to join RIGHT HERE and then sign up for the $10,000 giveaway and I may announce your name today as the big winner.
Bozeman Convention Center May Be Getting Close To A Reality
It looks like a convention center is going to get some talk and traction for the Bozeman area. The proposed area would be off of Oak St, behind all the hotels on 7th and Kenyon Noble. The proposed center would be around 42,000 square feet, with a 16,000 square foot ball room...
Butterfly Cowgirl Ball Is Just A Week Away. Get Your Tickets Today.
This photo of my daughter Shelby and I was when she was in 2nd grade and we went to the Father/Daughter sock hop. It was a great time and made an awesome memory. She is now going to be a senior at Belgrade High School. If your a single mom, don...
BBQ Fundraiser For Warriors And Quiet Waters Saturday
3 Bozeman High Seniors put together a BBQ for Saturday to help raise money for the Warriors And Quiet Waters Foundation. It's going to be at the Bozeman Ponds from Noon-3pm. Donations only! So plan to help. Food, raffles and fun. The guys joined me in the studio to talk about their event...
Senator Scott Sales And I Went Over Gov. Bullocks 71 Vetoes From This Session [AUDIO]
On Thursday Senator Sales and I talked about the various bills that Gov. Bullock vetoed this session and the reason Sen. Sales voted the way he did.