Born in New Mexico and raised in California, I'm happy be here in Bozeman, Montana at 100.7 XL Country. "Dave & Amy in the Morning," was named Best Radio Show by Bozeman Magazine's 2016 Bozeman's Choice Reader's Poll. I've been hosting the morning show on XL Country since 2014. Before coming to Bozeman, I hosted radio shows in San Jose, CA; Albuquerque, NM; Eugene, OR; and Sheridan, WY. An avid history buff, I often gives tours of the Little Bighorn Battlefield and other historical sites. My new book, "Crazy Horse: Where My Dead Lie Buried," came out this summer. I'd love to hear from you. You can write to me at Dave@XLCountry.com.
New Scams to Watch Out For
According to the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office, a number of citizens have reported being contacted by the IRS and told . . .
Belgrade Received a Visitor on Sunday
A moose wandered into Belgrade on Sunday, finding a comfortable spot in some shade next to the playground at Lewis & Clark Park.
Support for Three Forks Teen Reaches the Major Leagues
Recently, support for Gavin Forth reached the big scoreboard of Target Field where the Minnesota Twins play baseball!
Bozeman Fix-Up is Saturday
Every year, for one day, the Gallatin Valley community comes together to provide minor repairs for the elderly, disabled, or low-income homeowners in Bozeman and Belgrade.
Montana Will Provide This Year’s U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree
Here's where the Capitol Christmas Tree will be stopping in Montana:
Yellowstone Park Breaks Another Record
Yellowstone National Park just realized its busiest August ever.
Stephanie Quayle’s New Album Now Available!
Just in time for the Labor Day weekend, Rebel Engine Entertainment recording artist and Bozeman native Stephanie Quayle is releasing her new album Love the Way You See Me a week early!
Red Flag Warning in Effect Today
The National Weather Service out of Great Falls, Montana, has issued a Red Flag Warning for the Bozeman area.
Domestic Violence: Would You Even Recognize It?
Did you know that 1 in every 4 women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime? And most often by someone they know. Sadly, these statistics may be even higher, since most cases of domestic violence go unreported to the police.
Impressive Numbers For This Year’s Big Sky Country State Fair
They are still waiting for all the numbers to come in, but early revenue projections are showing that the Big Sky Country State Fair enjoyed a terrific week, and may have even set some records.
Bullfighter Turns Barber in Belgrade
Al Sandvold is a former bullfighter who was good enough to make it to the National Finals Rodeo. He was also selected eight times for the Montana Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals.
Hiker Injured on Ross Peak
An 18 year-old hiker was severely injured on Tuesday afternoon while hiking Ross Peak north of Bozeman. Gallatin County Search and Rescue and a Heli Team were dispatched to the scene after being alerted that a hiker had taken a fall while climbing.