Greetings from The MOOSE Morning Show! (It's hard to believe I've been around this joint for 26 years.) I'm always honored that you've spent part of your day with 94.7 The MOOSE. We try really hard every day to capture the best of the Gallatin Valley and for me, that means waking up at 4:30 am and heading downtown to our studios. After living in the Valley for 30 years, Bozeman never gets dull. Sure, it's a lot bigger than when I was in college at Montana State but it's never been 'dull'. If you ever come across something you think I should know about, don't hesitate to reach out. Could be a new band I need to hear or a new restaurant you think I should try. I'd love to hear about it. You can always call the studio at (406) 587-0951 during the MOOSE Morning Show from 6am to 10am. If you'd like to reach out via email, no problem. Just send an email HERE. I really do check my email and will address any issues you might have. Suggestions, questions and comments are always welcome. Really. -Michelle
Top 10 New (Old) Places Across Montana For Unique Photo Ops
You don't have to be an Instagram master to love taking cool pictures with a historic twist. Montana has no shortage of really interesting locations that don't disappoint on the character or funk and we've picked some of Montana's oldest buildings that are often looked over for this list.
Montana’s New Wealthiest Small Town Has A Surprising Location
When it comes to areas of Montana with lots of money and expensive real estate, places like Bozeman, Whitefish, or Big Sky might come to mind first. However, a new list of the wealthiest small towns in America has been released and Montana's wealthiest small town made us grab a map.
Montana is losing it’s trailer parks at the worst possible time
Montana simply cannot have it both ways. Our housing issues are now at crisis level with soaring prices and next to no inventory. Have you known anyone who has tried to rent a trailer? It's next to impossible with very lengthy waiting lists.
The Simple Reason Why Montana’s “Best Days” Ended in 1999
Yeah, yeah. Montana has changed a lot. But there are some things that you used to be able to do here, that you couldn't do anywhere else in the country. All of that fun, reckless stuff came to an abrupt end in Montana in 1999.
This Loved, Small Town Montana Pizza Joint Has Record Number Of Reviews
Raking in hundreds more reviews than even the most popular restaurants in Montana's biggest cities, this West Yellowstone pizza joint with full saloon has GOT to be a record holder for "online reviews to population" ratio. You can thank tourists and locals alike.
12 Annoying and Difficult Tourists Leave More Stupid Yellowstone Park Reviews
Bad reviews of Yellowstone National Park are almost something we enjoy reading these days. So many of them are based on such foolish complaints - the fickleness of Mother Nature, not enough wildlife on demand, or perhaps too much steam coming out of a geyser.
Creepy or Cool? Restored, Historic Montana Convent Is For Sale
As much as I love what they've done with the place, I'm not sure living in a an old, restored Montana convent is for me. However, the updates and modernization combined with the historic accents are incredibly cool - and this huge building could be your new home.
This Montana Town Named One Of America’s Best Small Mountain Towns
We didn't actually nab the TOP spot on the list, but runner up ain't too bad. Montana certainly has some of the best small mountain towns in America - you just have to look around. Several of our small towns could make the list on any given day.
This Tucked Away Montana Ski Area Is One Of The Most Loved In America
"Cows are fed - Time to shred" is on their t-shirts. It's been around since 1936 in the Montana county that out-of-staters regularly mispronounce. As the oldest ski area in the state, this stunning piece of 640 skiable acres has perfected the art of gathering local love. It's a fascinating rabbit hole to go down when reading reviews, comments, and messages about the ski area that started out so many years ago as "King's Hill Ski Area".
Incredibly High Cost Of A Montana Liquor License Has Reached Crazy Levels
I won't pretend to be an expert in Montana liquor and gaming laws, but I can see that the current cost of obtaining a liquor license almost ANYWHERE in Montana has reached insane levels. Even available licenses in pretty small, un-touristy towns are highly priced. Why has this been an issue for so long around here?