Paul Mushaben relocated to Montana from Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1979. His journey in play-by-play broadcasting began in 1982 in Billings, and he has remained dedicated to his current position since December 1985. Since its inception in March 1988, Paul has been a prominent fixture on Cat Country mornings. Alongside his on-air responsibilities, he is the owner and operator of a wheat and cattle ranch situated to the north of Billings. Among his proudest achievements are his four children.
WHAT IS THE ULTIMATE WAY TO TOP A HOT DOG?
700 million pounds of chicken are purchased leading up to the 4th of July (Independence Day Holiday)
How Much Do You Spend on Fun Activities in Montana?
For many, you can't put a price on enjoying yourself. You're probably smarter doing it while you can anyway. There's an old saying that youth is wasted on the young. Isn't that the truth?
How Wedding Traditions Have Changed in Montana Over the Years
... plus a few traditions we hope stay the same.
Billings Kids Can Make Our Space a Better Place
The weather should be good so get off your butt and get this volunteer stuff taken care of.
Spring is Almost Upon America and Montana, and So is Sports
Paul weighs in on some professional and Montana sports talk,
Is TSA Lightening Up on What’s Acceptable to Pack?
Now if we can only keep the planes flying without so many cancellations, that would really make the trip so much better.
Weighing School Options For Your Students in Billings
What's best for your kid? We have talked to many that would love to get their kids out of one and get them into another.
Top 5 Things Billings Needs in a Great New School Superintendent
The hunt is on for someone to replace Greg Upham from Billings School District Two.
A Friendly Reminder, Montana: Don’t Desert This Present After Christmas
If someone can't fulfill their needs, then don't even consider it.