The state of Montana averages 550 miles long and ranges in elevation almost 11,000 feet from highest point to lowest, so accurate weather reporting is a real challenge. Ed McIntosh, puts that experience into a forecast that Montanans trust to plan the day ahead.
America’s premier cowboy humorist has made his radio program one of the most popular features in the country. Start your week with a smile on your face!
One of the longest-running and most popular country music programs on the air! This weekly 2-hour show is popular with both those who remembers the golden days of early country music as well as the modern country listener who enjoys hearing about the nostalgia and the historical roots of today’s popular country sound.
A one-minute, regional look at weather that provides the latest forecast from Northern Ag Network. This mid-morning update keeps busy listeners informed of developing weather conditions as they go about their days work.
A unique program that focuses exclusively on gardening and yard care in our region. Cheryl Moore-Gough, MS is a Montana State University Extension Horticulture Specialist and teaches in the MSU department of Plant Sciences.
Co-Hosted by PBR Rodeo Announcer Wild Bill & Rick Thompson. Interviewing the top cowboys and cowgirls from across the region.
A one-hour live statewide Montana talk show connects listeners across the state each weekday morning from 9:00 to 10:00AM.
Nobody covers the Montana sports scene like six-time Montana sportscaster of the year Rocky Erickson! This program focuses on the events and athletes of Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota, including high school, college, professional and amateur sports scores, and the stories behind them.
Nobody covers the Montana sports scene like six-time Montana sportscaster of the year Rocky Erickson! This program focuses on the events and athletes of Western Montana, including high school, college, professional and amateur sports scores, and the stories behind them.
Mid-day catch-up on Montana state-headline news with Brian Bennett.
A lot of things can change in the statewide weather picture in half a day, and Ed McIntosh keeps radio listeners across Montana up-to-date with his midday weather cast. Much more than just current conditions and a forecast, McIntosh's report help listeners understand "why" the weather develops like it does and teaches them how to anticipate the effects of our unique weather patterns.
STARTS FEB 5. Daily reports from the Montana Capitol from veteran legislative reporter, Bob Gilbert.
This afternoon update looks at the latest conditions and forecast for the region covered by the Northern Ag Network. This timely report prepares ag producers and consumers alike for the afternoon's atmospheric activity.