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.
Some Good News for Missoula’s ‘Most Dangerous Street’
Do you have ideas to improve safety on this street?
Your Help is Needed for This Major Missoula Family Project
The deadline to raise the final part of $19 million goal is fast approaching.
Montana Temperatures Could Drop a Whopping 60 Degrees
Temps could hit the low teens, and even single digits to near zero, depending on your location.
5 Reasons Why This is Montana’s ‘Forgotten Lake’
If you want to visit this one, you better have your Montana Adventure gear fully engaged.
Yellowstone Star and Country Musician is Coming to Missoula
She's one of the most "in-demand" female vocalists this past year.
At Least Missoula and Billings Have This in Common
Good info to avoid those awkward "repeat costume" moments.
Major Weather Changes are Coming Next Week in Montana
The question is whether snow will "stick" in the valleys.
200 Jobs for Missoula’s Biggest Restaurant Opening This Year
Texas Roadhouse will be open for dinners only on weekdays.
Would Montana Pass a Law Requiring ID to Buy Baking Soda?
It hasn't happened yet. But that doesn't stop us from talking about it.
Pumpkins to the Rescue Again as Missoula Helps the Hungry
"Pumpkins for the POV" is critical to serving tens of thousands of meals every year.