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!

Zlatan Ibrahimovic on contracting coronavirus: ‘COVID had the courage to challenge me. Bad idea’

Zlatan Ibrahimovic said Thursday he tested positive for the coronavirus a day after he tested negative for the illness.The AC Milan star revealed his diagnosis in a cavalier manner.REVAMPED BARCELONA STARTS NEW SEASON WITH SPOTLIGHT ON MESSI“I tested negative to Covid yesterday and positive today. No symptoms what so ever. Covid had the courage to…

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Serena Williams, other tennis pros can’t stay at private homes during French Open despite presence of fans

U.S. tennis pro Serena Williams will not have the luxury of staying at her apartment in Paris when she participates in the French Open later this month, officials announced last week.French Tennis Federation President Bernard Giudicelli said that no athletes, including French players, will be allowed to stay at their private residences when the men’s…

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Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, officials condemn ‘agitators’ planning to enter city for right-wing rally

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler and city officials have publicly denounced an event reportedly scheduled to be held in the Oregon city on Saturday by alt-right and White nationalist groups, saying they are not welcome and urging them to stay home.Wheeler and several city officials, including Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty, released a more than two-minute video…

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Lawrence Jones warns Breonna Taylor protests will be ‘in vain’ without focus on changing policies

The protests that have engulfed cities across America this summer will have been “in vain” without a focus on changing public policy, Fox Nation host Lawrence Jones told “America’s Newsroom” Thursday.“It’s one thing to protest, but then when you become violent, I think that becomes problematic,” said Jones, adding that “at the end of the day, you can protest all…

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MLB teams find creative ways to stay energized without fans

The absence of fans didn’t stop Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto from receiving an ovation after hitting a homer to put his team ahead for good.All that applause Wednesday came from the Reds grounds crew. When they haven’t been keeping Great America Ball Park in tip-top shape, the groundskeepers have loudly cheered for the…

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Mattingly’s Marlins could clinch berth at Yankee Stadium

Don Mattingly returns this weekend to the Bronx, where his best years as a player always ended when the regular season did.Now Mattingly is enjoying perhaps his best year as a manager, leading the Miami Marlins as they try to extend their improbable season into next week.His young team is staggering toward the finish line,…

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