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.
Where is This Latest Smoke in Montana Coming From?
Air quality should improve with weather change Friday
Historical Board Could Decide Fort Missoula Project Soon
The proposal has re-ignited debate about future uses at Fort Missoula
Flooding Expected on Western Montana Rivers This Week
Clark Fork could top flood stage this weekend
Hundreds See if Old Fort Missoula Hospital Can be Saved
People tour the hospital, which has been vacant for many years
This 4,800 Acre Montana Ranch Costs $25 Million
Yes, a waterfall, and a patio bigger than your house.
Still Too Soon to Bike, But Crews Make Progress Plowing Glacier
Continued construction will still keep the west side of the road closed.
Montana Senator Welcomes Shelving of Controversial Election Bill
Tester was "disappointed" Montana lawmakers considered the bill.
Bitterroot Smoke Will Be From 6700 Acres of ‘Fires on Purpose’
The fires are "low intensity", which are much easier to control than wildfire
Western Montana Runoff Looks Robust, Except These Areas
Spring storms could still help the snow totals, especially in NW Montana.
Project Could Snarl Traffic on One of Montana’s Busiest Highways
Construction would stretch from Lolo all the way to Missoula.