Music and Radio are two of my biggest passions and I am lucky to be able to combine both in my profession. I have been a professional on air personality for close to a quarter of a century and owe this to being introduced to music at a young age. As a boy I would search the late nite AM airwaves for signals from distant cities and can't believe that I am now one of the radio voices I heard. My hobbies are playing the guitar, poker, sports and gardening.
Bulldogs get split in twin-bill with Glacier
The Butte High Bulldogs got a split against the Glacier High Wolfpack from Kalispell, MT on Tuesday with the girls getting nipped by 2 and the boys erasing a double-digit deficit to come away with a Western AA victory.
BTIB Event Funding Grant Application Deadline Extended to February 15th
If you're part of an event here in town that draws a crowd or if you're still in the planning stages, the Butte Tourism Improvement District has grant money available and the application deadline has been extended to 5pm this Thursday, February 15. Hard copies will be accepted at the Butte Chamber of Commerce at 1000 George Street.
Butte Central girls in play-in game, boys get #2 seed at divisionals, boys subvarsity contests added
The Butte Central boys and girls basketball teams find themselves in different situations as the 2023-24 regular season has come to a close. Here is what both programs have on tap as we head into the postseason.
Bulldogs return to Ross Richardson Memorial Gym for Tueday, Friday doubleheaders
The Butte High Bulldogs boys and girls basketball teams will bid farewell to the Butte Civic Center, albeit temporarily, and head to the cozy confines of Ross J. Richardson Gymnasium on the campus of Butte High School for a pair of doubleheaders this week as the regular season comes to a close.
“Empty Bowls” back at Butte Civic Center on April 3, new bowl choice added.
The popular and unique "Empty Bowls" fundraiser is set for April 3 at the Butte Civic Center and a new bowl will be featured this year.
East Unified Teams dazzle Montana Tech Crowd
For the better part of the night it was the Orediggers vs. the Argos in a couple of key Frontier Conference games Thursday night at Kelvin Sampson Court, but at least for a couple of minutes it was the Eagles vs. the Wildcats. Some of Butte's differently-abled athletes from East Middle School were able to show their stuff in front of a large and enthusiastic crowd in a pair of spirited scrimmages played at the halftimes of the Tech men's and women's games.
Orediggers host Providence tonight in doubleheader at Kelvin Sampson Court
It's not been often as of late that we have been able to say that the Orediggers are looking for redemption against a Frontier Conference opponent. Montana Tech's mens team is 8-1 in league play and are riding a 4-game winning streak. Over the last 4 games they have beaten every opponent by 18 or more. Their last setback? January 20th against the University of Providence,70-59 in Great Falls. Tonight, the Argos come to Butte for a conference doubleheader that starts with the women's game at 5pm and you could say that both teams are looking for a bit of revenge.
Great Places in Butte for a romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner
We're a week away from Valentine's Day. Have you made reservations at your favorite restaurant for you and your sweetheart? If you are still looking for the perfect date-night restaurant in Butte, here are a couple of our favorites.
Oredigger Football announces 2024 recruiting class
Montana Tech Football released the 2024 recruiting class today announced Head Coach Kyle Samson. The Orediggers welcome 33 new student-athletes to the program for next fall.
Butte Symphony presents “American Made” February 17 at Mother Lode
For 74 seasons, the Butte Symphony has been bringing the world's greatest music to Butte and Southwest Montana. Join them this season, their 14th under conductor Luis Millan. A very special presentation is coming to the Mother Lode Theater on February 17 as part of the Butte Symphony Series, a show called "American Made".