Reserve your seats on the KGHL annual "Bobcat Fun Bus" to the MSU Ag Appreciation Football Game against Portland State.
On Saturday, November 8th, we will be depart Billings at 8AM, travel to Bozeman, and be back home about 8PM.
Bus tickets are just $49.00 per person, or $79.00 per couple. If you have questions or would like to reserve your seats please call 406-252-6661.
KGHL will be live at Ranch House Meat Company Friday from 10-1. It's the Grand Opening for Ranch House Meat Company on Billings West End (1313 Grand Avenue)
While the name is new, the products are going to be the same great ones you found at Project Meats in Shepherd. That's because the owners are the same, Shane and Tanya Flowers. The new retail location will make it a lot easier to pick up great quality Montana meats including jerky, bacon, and great quality steaks too.
Join Nick, Taylor Brown and KGHL live Friday morning at 10. I hear they may even have an Easter Egg hunt for you in the store.
Lou Taubert Ranch Outfitters, downtown Billings, is where you will find Lonnie Bell Friday. Lonnie will have tickets to see Mel Tillsat Alberta Bair May 7 and Leroy VanDyke April 27 at Metra Park for you to win. Plus Lonnie will be talking toanyone who comes by to see the great Spring kickoff sale at Lou Taubert.
Entertainment for MontanaFair 2014 is booked. Tickets will go on sale Saturday, April 5.
The lineup includes Chris Young with Danielle Bradbery on Friday, August 8, Train on Saturday, August 9, and Pop Evil with Adelitas Way on Sunday, August 10. All concerts will take place in the Rimrock Auto Arena at 7pm. Grandstand events include Supercross on Tuesday, August 12 at 6pm, and three nights of the Yellowstone River Roundup PRCA Pro-Rodeo on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, August 14, 15, and 16 to round out MontanaFair. All rodeo performances begin at 7pm.
Individual ticket prices for Chris Young with Danielle Bradbery are $45 for premium reserved, $35 for reserved seats, and $25 for general admission. Tickets for Train are priced at $60 for VIP reserved, $45 for premium reserved; $35 for reserved seats, and $25 for general admission tickets. Tickets for Pop Evil with Adelitas Way are priced at $45 for festival floor, $35 for reserved seats, and $25 for general admission tickets.
MontanaFair will once again offer the ValuPass priced at $55. The ValuPass includes general admission to all 3 concerts, Supercross, and all three nights of Yellowstone River Roundup PRCA Pro Rodeo. The ValuPass also includes fair gate admission all nine days of MontanaFair, August 8-16. The ValuPass is transferable and may be shared with family, friends, or co-workers.
On Saturday, April 5, tickets will go on sale at 10am at the MetraPark Box Office, Rimrock Mall, and at local Cellular Plus stores. Tickets can also be purchased by phone at 406.256.2422 or 1-800-366-8538 and also online at www.montanafair.com or www.metrapark.com.
PBR, the Professional Bull Riders tour comes back to Rimrock Auto Arena April 11-13.
Joao Ricardo Vieira will be back to defend his win at the event from 2013. Vieira is ranked 6th in the world heading into competition in late March and April. If you missed the action from last year's Billings PBR event, relive it here.
You can always get the latest PBR information on their "Morning Line" updated each day. Don't miss Talk Rodeo each morning during the 6am Ag and News Hour on KGHL.
Shelia Schenk, FFA advisor at Huntley Project sent this note along about her students.
Here is the website for the auction items that will benefit the Cooper girls in Oklahoma. They lost both of their parents in the course of 48 hours. Through today, the items are on preview. The auction is a one day deal tomorrow March 25, 2014. It closes at 6 pm Central Standard Time. The Huntley Project FFA members made a sign and donated to the auction. Below is the link to the auction, our item is #87.
I am proud of our students stepping up and doing something positive. This community knows what it means to pull together and has seen firsthand what positive support can do. I am glad that our kids are “paying it forward”.