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!

Tom Brady learning new playbook, excited to get started in Tampa

Tom Brady isn’t content with making the Tampa Bay Buccaneers relevant again. The six-time Super Bowl champion is hungry to win another title.And the Bucs, who’ve missed the playoffs 12 consecutive seasons, feel they have a supporting cast talented enough to help the 43-year-old quarterback accomplish that mission.“Everybody sees football a little bit different. It’s…

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Florida teen carves U.S. flags to raise money for homeless vets

A Florida teenager is carving intricate American flags to help raise money in support of homeless veterans, children with special needs and medical professionals across the country.Lakewood Ranch’s 15-year-old Lorenzo Liberti makes the flags — which he sells and donates — in his garage, using 13 planks of pinewood and working day and night.EX-SOLDIER BIKING NEARLY 400…

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UNC Chapel Hill’s coronavirus reopening guidelines sparks protest from students, faculty

UNC-Chapel Hill students expected to return to campus before classes resume Aug. 10 protested with a “die-in” on campus on Wednesday as university officials catch flak for going against the coronavirus recommendations of county health officials.Dozens of students and staff lay down outside UNC’s South Building on Wednesday in protest, WCHL reported.FALLOUT AT UNC-CHAPEL HILL ABOUT…

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