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!

One-third of Toledo’s City Council arrested on bribery, extortion charges

The FBI on Tuesday arrested a local attorney and four members of the city council in Toledo, Ohio, for their alleged participation in a bribery and extortion scheme.Tyrone Riley, Yvonne Harper, Garrick “Gary” Johnson, Larry Sykes and Keith Mitchell were charged with bribery and extortion in a federal criminal complaint after a two-year investigation, according to the Department of Justice (DOJ).“As……

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SoFi Stadium, home to Rams and Chargers, hangs largest video scoreboard of its kind, weighing over 2M pounds

Two Los Angeles NFL teams made the joint announcement Wednesday that they now have the largest video scoreboard in the world: a 2.2 million-pound, 70,000-square-foot behemoth that officials say boasts more than 80 million pixels.SoFi Stadium’s official Twitter account shared a video showing the massive Samsung video board being installed Wednesday.In the video, the stadium’s chief……

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Tuscaloosa students throwing dangerous ‘COVID parties,’ city councilor warns

College students in Alabama who contracted the coronavirus have been attending COVID-19 parties over the past few weeks as part of a game to intentionally infect others, according to a city council member.Tuscaloosa City Councilor Sonya McKinstry told ABC News that party organizers are purposefully inviting guests who have tested positive for COVID-19 with the goal……

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Rob Manfred reveals MLB never intended to play more than 60 games

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred admitted on Wednesday that the league never intended to play more than 60 games in the 2020 season amid the coronavirus pandemic.During an appearance on “The Dan Patrick Show”, Manfred was asked to rate how he did during the negotiating process, and he responded by saying in truth that more than……

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