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
The Top 5 Weirdest Things That Have Been ‘Pumpkin Spice Latted’
I'm not sure there's a pumpkin spice latte 'season' anymore, since just about everything seems to have a flavorful version of the original beverage. Lovers of the popular flavor can rejoice in the availability, and there are those of us who simple shake our head because we're not ready for Fall.
Avoid Camping Hassles: Montana’s Largest State Park Has Zero Crowds
Even if you've heard of this eastern Montana gem, I bet there are dozens of incredible things you may not know about Makoshika State Park. Although it's vastly different than more popular National and State parks, as Montana's largest state park - there are plenty of attractions and WAY FEWER PEOPLE.
MSU Officials Hoping Cat Griz Attendees Refrain From Spicy “Cat Griz Chant”
You know the one. It ends with "Go Cats Go!" Considering the nationally televised coverage Bozeman will be receiving this Saturday, it's not an unreasonable request.
Three Items You Need in Case of an Avalanche
Alex Marienthal of the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche center stops by the Moose studio to talk about three items that you need to have in order to be prepared for an avalanche.