Terry's Blog

My radio career began back in 1981 fresh out of high school in Park City Montana. I was the State public speaking winner in FFA and my advisor suggested I try broadcasting school, and the rest is history. I’ve had radio shows in Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Washington, South Dakota and North Dakota, I guess I like the cold! I taught myself play by play and love covering high school sports. My wife’s name is Gina and have three kids, Rob, Jeremy and Jenikah and two dogs, Gizmo and Ziggy. Reach out to me anytime, I’d love to hear from you!

George Floyd unrest: Cities face new looting amid stronger National Guard response, curfews

Cities across the country started seeing new looting on Monday night as nationwide demonstrations over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis escalated out of control yet again, and as President Trump vowed a tougher federal response.In New York City, hundreds of looters were seen breaking their way into Downtown Manhattan businesses. Meanwhile, in Philadelphia, some people were……

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George Floyd unrest: How riot groups come together to loot, destroy

As riots continue to wreak havoc on cities across the country, officials have continued to point to “outside influencers,” along with anarchists and opportunists, who have hijacked the otherwise peaceful demonstrations against police brutality following the death of an African-American man, George Floyd, in Minneapolis last weekend.According to multiple U.S. intelligence sources, law-enforcement officials in……

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Louisville police chief fired after officers kill unarmed man at protest

Louisville Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad has been fired following the killing of an unarmed black man early Monday morning after a weekend of contentious protests. Mayor Greg Fischer announced the termination of the embattled chief after it was announced that no body-camera footage was available from the shooting of David McAtee.Conrad already had agreed……

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