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I've been working on the air since 1983 doing everything from News to airshifts to Sports Play-by-Play.   I graduated from Wadsworth High School in Wadsworth, Ohio and am still a big

Indians, Browns and Buckeyes fan.   I also DJ lots of weddings, parties and events.    I attended a Jr. college in Northeastern Oklahoma in Miami, Okla. and then spent a year at Brown Institute of Broadcasting in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.  That was fun.

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KSEN/K96 Athletes of the Week

Our KSEN/K96 - Bozeman Trophy Athlete's of the Week from the weekend of Nov. 3rd-5th, have played big roles for their very successful teams that have moved well into the playoff rounds.

Jessica Davis, a big middle hitter for the Choteau Lady Bulldogs had a very strong Divisional Tournament in which Choteau won the Championship

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Wylie & Erik to benefit kids ousted from homes

Wylie & his Wild West show, along with Wylie's brother Erik Fingers Ray have agreed to perform in Conrad to benefit kids who have been moved out of their home thru no fault of their own.

The program, officially called the "Front Range -Court appointed Special advocate," program uses volunteers to stand with and support these kids in the court system.

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Sandy Welch
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Long time Educator & Administrator committed to excellence in Public Schools

As one election comes to an end, the buildup to an even bigger election, still a year away, is beginning.  Just last week, a long time Educator and Administrator with a glowing personality, threw her hat in the ring to become the Superintendent of the State Office of Public instruction.

Sandy Welch, a Republican from Martin City in the Flathead Valley was on an early campaign trip in Conrad, Cut Bank, & Shelby Wednesday.   KSEN had the chance for a brief interview and you can hear it live after the jump.

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High Unemployment? Al Dosch says he can’t find workers!

The national unemployment rate remains over 9% and Montana's rate is still near 8-percent, so you might be surprised to hear Al Dosch of Al's Diesel in Cut Bank say he can't find workers.   Al blames the structure of the current structure of unemployment and welfare benefits.

"Right now, If I could find 'em, I would hire 10 more workers by tomorrow morning."   If we could find people who have a general idea of what we're doing and "wants to work, we'll even train them."    He says, don't get me wrong, there are people out there who need our help, but too many able-bodied people would rather take what the government will give them and not have to work.   If he could sit next to President Obama and suggest what's needed to create jobs, he would first say re-structure the welfare-unemployment structure and make all able-bodied people work.

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X-Country is a tough sport

Some looked like they were going to lose their lunch, others bent over and some just laid down on the ground......All were sweating profusely and breathing hard.

Just a few of my observations at the Shelby hosted Marias Valley X-country Invitational on Monday evening

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Flag Center photo by Mark Daniels
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Veteran’s Memorial Flag site better than ever

Just getting the 30x50 Veteran's Memorial Flag in the air 6 years ago was a major job, but now the 5-member flag committee is taking further steps to make sure that the "Flag will fly forever."

A veterans memorial display was rapidly being set into place just below the flag site to the South, along the Frontage road on the West edge of Shelby

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(Flickr User, Salicia)
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Who would you choose, for your reception?

When two of Country music's biggest stars got married, they decided they would leave the music to someone else so that they could enjoy the day.   Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert chose Neal McCoy to play at their party and it got me thinking; what if I or you could get anyone we wanted to play for our wedding reception who would we choose

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Railroad Overpass in Cut Bank, At Long Last!

We might just call it perseverance!   There are many in Cut Bank that have never given up on an overpass being built, but it has been a long time coming.   Former Cut Bank Mayor, Councilman and still a businessman,  Bill McCauley says the city has documentation as far back as 1939 that shows City leaders, like Gene Boyle, saw the need for an overpass

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What would we talk about, if we didn’t have Weather or Wolves

The best chance for Gray Wolves to be taken off the Endangered Species list, now lies with Congress thru an amendment in the Budget bill.   For the record, Earthjustice says this would be the first time a species has ever been removed from the Endangered Species list by Congress.

But what isn't getting as much press is that removing wolves from the Endangered Species list is not the end of troubles for game officials and livestock producers.

If you heard my Legislative report over the weekend you heard me say that the current program that is supposed to pay for damage by wolves is seriously underfunded.  Senator Lew Jones said he testified in favor of HB 622 to allocate money out of the State general fund to ensure quick and timely payment to livestock producers for wolf kills.

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