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.
YMCA Survey Input Needed From You [AUDIO]
The YMCA needs your input and thoughts on recreation in the Gallatin Valley. Andrea Stevenson the CEO of the Gallatin Valley YMCA came in to talk about the survey that is being conducted now by phone survey, if you want to be a part of the survey and not wait to see if you get called for input, go online to www...
Chelsea Maguire With The BBB, Was In Town And Stopped In To Talk About The Latest Scams [AUDIO]
There are a lot of scams going around the Gallatin Valley Right now, and you need to be informed. Chelsea Maguire with the Spokane office of the Better Business Bureau says there are too many scams going on right now.
Montana Wounded Warriors To Benefit From The Upcoming Rally [AUDIO]
Coming up in just 2 weeks on Saturday June 8th, there is a "Prepare To Protect" second amendment rally in Three Forks. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Montana Wounded Warrior organization. It's a great group that does great things here in Montana...
Bozeman Memorial Day Events-1450 KMMS Salutes Our Vets! Thank You
The day starts with a free breakfast from 7-9 am at the Bozeman American Legion 225 E Main st. The parade will happen rain or shine and start at 9:30 am. It will run down east main from 8th to Church. And the Memorial day service will be held at 11am at Sunset Hills Cemetery...
President Obama Nominates 3 District Court Judges Today And 2 Of The 3 Are From Montana
President Obama recently nominated new District Court Judges and Montana got 2 of the 3. The President said: These individuals have had distinguished legal careers and I am honored to ask them to continue their work as judges on the federal bench They will serve the American people with integrity and an unwavering commitment to justice Justice Brian Morris: Nominee for the United States Distri
Bozeman City Manager Chris Kukulski Talks Latest Budget [AUDIO]
Chris talked about the latest topics, the new Etha Hotel downtown Bozeman, The "M" block at the old Kenyon Noble Downtown location, and the "Story"
Second Amendment Rally “Prepared To Protect” In Three Forks
Mark your calender for this one day event on Saturday June 8th, 2013. It is a 2nd Amendment Rally. Here are the various workshops on family and personal safety topics. Women's/Family self-defense How to select a Home defense weapon Emergency/Super Foods What if ...
During Our Weekly SWMBIA Segment We Discussed The Topic Of Architects Good And Bad [AUDIO]
If you are thinking of building a new home, remodeling or building a business you need to know all the pros and cons of hiring an architect.
Daryl Schliem The Bozeman Chamber CEO Talks About The Boom And Tourism [AUDIO]
In the weekend paper there was an article about how Bozeman is still "Booming" If you took away the building industry, what would be left. It sure isn't jobs you can raise a family on. It's pretty sad that with everything we have to offer here in the Gallatin Valley, it looks like all we are good for is our tourism...
Livingston City Manager Ed Meece Joined Me To Talk About “Landon’s Lookout” [AUDIO]
Landon’s Lookout gets its name and inspiration from Landon Meece, Daughter of Livingston City Manager Ed Meece, a caring teenager with a concern for the safety of her friends and classmates. In June 2007, at the age of 13, Landon passed away suddenly from Bacterial Meningitis...