Hit up the new Morning Mix show and hear from Michael and Nikki Vega. Live and local in Billings, Montana every weekday 6-10 a.m. on Mix 97.1 FM! Want to get on the show? Chat them on the app, call 406-245-9700, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Flemish Giant Rabbit Visits the Morning Mix 97.1 Studio
Fun Facts I learned From Jeff the Nature Guy and Zoo Montana: When a rabbit gets the “zoomies” it’s actually called getting the “binkies”!
Billings Gymnastics School Takes Home Medals at State in Helena
Our very own lovely Account Exec. Kristina Kuntz has a daughter who’s excelling at the sport and brought home medals to prove it.
An Open Letter: Billings Needed to Hear This Message
My life mottos are: Confidence is contagious and jealousy is a sick disease. Gossip is for the birds and a waste of breath.
Who is Liable if People Slip and Fall in Billings Parking Lots?
According to Montana Law, the businesses are usually liable if someone slips on ice in their parking lot.
Hilarious Ideas for a Snow Day in Montana
We have options for you to enjoy this springtime arctic blast in Montana. Enjoy this satirical piece, as laughter is the best medicine.
Eagle Mount Billings Invites You to Cycle to Soar Benefit April 1
Find a team of 6 and get ready to hop on a bike, Saturday, April 1st at the YMCA for this fun inaugural event for Eagle Mount Billings.
Man Walking Across US Stops in Billings. He's Wildly Interesting
We could have talked to Peter Lilly for an hour. Catch the interview in its entirety and hear why he's crossing the US without a car.
Montana's Chosen Fashion Choice is Stuck in the Past
Big hair with perms are still huge in Montana, not to mention the comeback of mullets.
The Oldest Montana Pearl Harbor Vet Died at Age 99 Last Week
He was just a 17-year-old radioman at Pearl Harbor when the bombs started falling. Charlie Dowd retired to Anaconda in his 60s in 1984 and was a true hero, earning two Bronze Stars for his efforts in Hawaii.
How Would Montanans Survive an EMP Attack? Expert Chimes In
We caught up with New York Times Best Selling author William R. Forstchen, Ph.D. to get his take on how Montana might survive an EMP.