Dennis is now in his 50th year of broadcasting, and from radio to TV to the Internet he's seen some of the biggest events in the Pacific Northwest. After an extensive journalism and award-winning broadcast career in Seattle, he returned to Montana in 2007, calling Missoula and the Bitterroot home as a 4th generation Montanan. When he's not behind a microphone, or on either side of a camera, you'll find him exploring the backroads of the Northern Rockies on nice days, or spending the stormy ones at home watching old movies, playing xBox, or enjoying his extensive music collection.
Want an Exciting Job? Forest Service Wants Montana Firefighters
Exciting news for aspiring firefighters! Bitterroot National Forest is hiring entry-level firefighters with no prior experience required.
Learn More About Controversial Missoula Mail Shift
USPS proposal to shift mail processing from Missoula to Spokane sparks debate over efficiency and impact on Montana services.
It’s Been 10-years Since Missoula’s Most Unexpected Disaster
Discover the harrowing tale of the urban avalanche that shook Western Montana in February 2014, leaving a lasting impact on the Rattlesnake area.
Missoula’s Old Post Hospital Faces Demolition
Developer's proposal to repurpose Old Post Hospital at Fort Missoula met with opposition, leading to demolition announcement.
Snow Still Scarce as Montana Winter Winds Down
Montana's winter weather rollercoaster continues with snow in the forecast despite recent warm temps. Avalanche risk remains high.
When You Need to Use Your Headlights in Montana
It is against the law to NOT use your lights during bad weather.
Your Help, and Smiles, Needed for the Bitterroot Winter Games
You can help either day of the Winter Games at Lost Trail, or in Hamilton.
Hawaii ‘Fire Cat’ is Loving its New Montana Home
Somehow, Mahina survived 100 days on her own.
Pothole Damage? Here’s How to Ask for Money in Missoula
It's easy to file a claim. Getting money could be harder.
The Best Hotel in Montana is One You Probably Can’t Afford
A spectacular view, but multiple nights in the best rooms cost as much as a car.