Aaron Flint, the host of Montana's leading statewide radio talk show "Montana Talks," began his journey in Montana politics and broadcasting while working in the US Senate as a student at Howard University over 20 years ago. Following the 9-11 terror attacks, Aaron relocated to Montana and enlisted in the military, embarking on deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, the Horn of Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula. Currently, he continues to serve as a Lt. Colonel in the US Army Reserve. His initial foray into the news industry consisted of stuffing newspapers for his grandparents at the Glasgow Courier when he was a child. From working in television at Q2 News to his involvement in politics, and now hosting a statewide radio talk show for over a decade, Aaron takes pride in ensuring that Montanans have a platform to voice their opinions. His prior political roles include serving as a legislative aide to Senator Conrad Burns, acting as the communications director for the 2016 campaign of now-governor Greg Gianforte, and serving as the state director for Congressman Ryan Zinke.
What Happened? Woman Drives Thru “Religious Group” in Billings
A woman was arrested Saturday after driving through a group of religious people on the sidewalk in downtown Billings, Montana. Here's what we know about the group that was targeted.
Yellowstone Air Show Crew Wins Big Award in Vegas
The crew that put on the Yellowstone International Air Show featuring the US Navy Blue Angels in Billings last summer took home a couple of big awards in Vegas.
Secret Agreement Locks Out Montana Tribes, Ratepayers
A secret agreement brokered between the Biden White House and a few powerful interests in the Pacific Northwest could have devastating consequences for Montanans when it comes to the price of electricity. The secret deal also locked out Montana tribes.
Flag Football a Game Changer for Montana High School Girls
Girls flag football started as a pilot project in Montana High Schools. Three high schools initially took the ball and ran with it in 2022--- Flathead, Glacier, and Butte. Then, in 2023, Lockwood and Mission fielded teams. The results have apparently been lifechanging for many of these young ladies.
Montana Rancher on Cover of New Range Mag 2024 Calendar
For those who haven't seen the "2024 Real Buckaroo Calendar"--- Custer, Montana rancher Casey Mott is featured on the cover.
The First Time I Watched “Home Alone” in Billings in 1990
Now that we are getting into the Christmas movie season on TV, I started reminiscing on when I first watched Home Alone at the movie theatre in Billings, Montana. Back then, as a kid in Glasgow, Montana- if you wanted to watch the big, new movie you'd have to wait for a month or so for it to show up in your local small town theatre.
What Delaware’s QB Said About Griz Stadium in Montana
Heartbreak in Bozeman, while the hens got roasted in Missoula. That was definitely a heartbreaker for Bobcat fans at Montana State University in Bozeman- and for those of us who were rooting for another Cat Griz game in Missoula right before Christmas.
Open Letter from a Billings Mom on Youth Crime in Montana
After hearing our coverage on the youth violence taking place in Montana, one Billings mom decided to share her heartbreaking and frustrating story. Her open letter is below.
Very Cool: Montana Company is the “Official Jerky of the UFC”
This is very cool: a Montana veteran-owned company is now the official jerky of the UFC.
Incredible Montana Marine Set to Perform Recital in Bozeman
The retired Marine Corps Colonel and founder of Warriors & Quiet Waters "has been practicing for four hours a day for the past year and a half in preparation for his recital."