Here's the up to date list of locations where you can drop a new unwrapped toy in the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program in Yellowstone County. The web link below will have the latest information.
Dr. Ellen Baumler is the Interpretive Historian at the Montana Historical Society in Helena. She's also now heard every weekday on the Mighty 790 KGHL with her History on the Go audio series.
Dr. Baumler has written seven books about quirky Montana facts and tidbits your history teacher left out. One of the books is the source of many of the program on her radio show. The book is Montana Moments. You can download the book here.
History on the Go is on the air on KGHL during the live afternoon news program Montana at 5 and is sponsored by Lou Taubert Ranch Outfitters.
Lots of great stories coming from KGHL listeners about the great shows at Trails End Concert Park.
Linda Robertson, from Sheridan MT, won tickets from KGHL to see Alan Jackson July 21st. Here's how she described her night at the show.
Just got back home from the Concert. The concert was amazing!! Both Craig & Alan were good. Alan puts on a tremendous concert, never stopped singing for 1 1/2 hours. My grandchildren 16 & 18 had a blast!! My grandson plays the guitar but had never thought much about a steel guitar which I love. We were talking about it on the way down and after being at the concert and hearing one being played, he said I think they are pretty cool. Might be another new interest for him in the music field. Well worth the 750 miles of driving and the time with my grandchildren is "priceless"!! We were Alan Jackson fans before but are even more so now. KGHL Fans too, I might add! I will be posting some pictures as soon as I get a chance.
Trails End Concert Park has a show with Clay Walker July 26 and Montgomery Gentry August 2nd. There is also a show with LeAnn Rimes planned for August 30.
The KGHL Express is heading to the Rosebud Treasure County Fair July 20 to see John Anderson and Jamie O'Neal. The Coach USA luxury coach will leave at 3pm and get you to the show in plenty of time to enjoy these two great performers.
Last year, the KGHL Express was treated to a great show with Darryl Worley and David Lee Murphy. This year should be even more fun. Here are photos from the 2012 trip.
Ed McIntosh and Lonnie Bell will be your hosts for the trip.
If you'd like to go, tickets including fair and concert admission and transportation are $79 per couple. Call 406-252-6661 to reserve your seats on the bus.
A rib injury has sidelined Sammy Kershaw for Friday's night's Homesteader Days event in Huntley. Kershaw injured his ribs at his home in late May. He thought he would be ready to go in time for the show this week, but suffered a bit of a relapse with the injury.
John Michael Montgomery will stand in for Kershaw. Montgomery has had 20 top ten songs in his country music career. All tickets for the original show will be honored for the event.