This is the laugh we all need right now. If we're looking for a guy to be the face of Yellowstone National Park's "Don't Pet the Bison" public service announcement- Deion Broxton with NBC Montana is the man.
Before you look at the headline and move on- I want you to know that this isn't your typical, "hey, check out this cool event coming up" type of story. I think even those of you who can't make it to Billings for this event will be interested in our conversation.
Have you wanted to make your own home-brew beer, but don't know how or where to get started? Or, maybe you'd like to give it a try first before buying a bunch of your own equipment? Check out this new Montana business...
If you're like me, and you watched the horrific video of the death of George Floyd, the black man who was killed after a police officer held his knee to Floyd's neck for nearly 8 minutes, you struggled with finding the right words to respond.
What a great tribute by this young man for our fallen warriors on Memorial Day. Heidi Paulson sent us the above note on Memorial Day. She said she was outside doing yard work near 58th and Grand Avenue in Billings and could hear the young man playing Taps "loud and clear."
Start school sooner, and get done with school sooner. That's what Montana State University is planning for the Fall semester in Bozeman, according to an announcement made just before the weekend kicked off.
I've always worked out, but I also like to joke that, as a combat veteran, I suffer from Post Deployment Celebration Disorder. I end up eating or drinking too much, especially after getting home from a deployment. Thankfully, I've figured out how to shed that post deployment weight gain, and how to keep it off- so I thought I would just share a few things that seem to be working for me in the middle of these quarantines