Terry Michael - Weekdays 6a-10a
My days in radio started way back when we still played 45 records on the air, in 1981. I graduated from Park City High School in Montana back in 1981. FFA was a big part of my life and being a state public speaking winner led me to radio. I started my career in Laurel Montana and had stops in Livingston, Polson, Bozeman, Billings, Portland Oregon, Nebraska City Nebraska and finally landed in Gillette Wyoming. I called play by play for high school and college sports for 27 years before taking over the morning show on Fox Country. My wife Gina and daughter Jenikah and dog Gizmo make up our Gillette family and we also have two boys Rob in Sioux City Iowa and Jeremy in Livingston Montana. We love this community and area and hope to grow older here.
Dan Sherwood - Weekdays 2 - 6pm
After growing up in Wisconsin and graduating from college in Minnesota my journey in the world of radio has taken me to a few different places including Gillette......twice! I am glad to be back in Gillette, I've always heard "there is just something that grows on you" and I have to say that is very true! I live a pretty simple life, just like most guys I enjoy sports, my favorite teams pretty much all call Minnesota home (except the St. Louis Rams). A few random facts about me are, I am scared of public speaking (at least with radio I don't have people looking at me!) I am engaged to be married in late 2015 at that time my lovely better half will join me in Gillette and I cannot wait for her to enjoy the area as much as I have!! I have always enjoyed country music and I am so excited and proud to bring you the latest and best in country music to you afternoons from 2-6!
Crook & Chase Sundays 8-noon
FOX COUNTRY'S TOP 10 AND NEW MUSIC
1. AIN'T WORTH THE WHISKEY COLE SWINDELL
2. LONELY EYES CHRIS YOUNG
3. HOMEGROWN ZAC BROWN BAND
4. HOMEGROWN HONEY DARIUS RUCKER
5. TAKE YOUR TIME SAM HUNT
6. DRINKING CLASS LEE BRICE
7. MEAN TO ME BRETT ELDREDGE
8. JUST GETTIN' STARTED JASON ALDEAN
8. JUST GETTIN' STARTED JASON ALDEAN
9. SAY YOU DO DIERKS BENTLEY
10. RAISE EM UP KEITH URBAN FEATURING ERIC CHURCH
TONIGHT LOOKS GOOD ON YOU JASON ALDEAN
RAMBLIN' MAN RUTHIE COLLINS
FALL APART CASEY JAMES
SANGRIA BLAKE SHELTON
Bozo criminal for today comes from Boise, Idaho where bozo Harlan Collingwood called the police to his house to report a number of items that had been stolen in a break in. He told the cops the thieves had taken a VCR, a bong and a marijuana pipe. But, he noted proudly, they had missed his stash, a film canister full of marijuana. Is that a fact, the cops asked. And could you perhaps show us this stash. With that, our bozo proudly whipped out the can of dope and when he did, the police arrested the dope for drug possession.
Bozo criminal for today comes from the International File. From Horna Streda, Slovakia comes the story of an unidentified bozo who was driving a car with a broken fuel gauge. Fearing he was about to run out of fuel, our bozo stopped at a gas station, hopped out and peered into his gas tank to see how much fuel was left. Not being able to see down the nozzle, he got out his cigarette lighter and used it to illuminate the tank. Apparently there was more gas in there than he thought as the tank quickly ignited. Our bozo was able to flee to safety before the tank blew but the explosion destroyed much of the gas station.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Merriam, Kansas where bozo Dick Starnes thought he had found the perfect disguise for his little crime spree. He bought several pair of pantyhose in different colors and set forth to rob as many places as possible. At his first stop he pulled the brown pair over his head but before he could walk in the manager saw him and locked the front door. Not to be deterred our bozo pulled a gray pair over his head and successfully robbed a store. Then he pulled a black pair over his head and tried to stick up a convenience store. He did get some cash and a carton of cigarettes before he sprinted out the front door. But the black pantyhose must have obscured his vision because he then ran headfirst into a dumpster, spilling his loot everywhere. He grabbed what he could and stumbled to his car. Unfortunately, all the commotion had attracted the attention of a passerby who jotted down his license plate number. The cops arrested him before he could cause any more trouble.
From the International File in Kochi, Japan comes the latest entry into the Bozo Hall of Fame. An unidentified bozo was out of a job and in dire need of money. He wanted to rob a bank but wasn’t sure exactly how to do it. So, what did he do? He dropped by the local police station and asked an officer how to go about robbing a bank. Instead the officer showed him how you go about getting yourself arrested.
From Jacksonville, Texas comes the story of bozo Andre Meyers who held up the Fas-Fil convenience store, getting away with some cash and fleeing on foot. Our bozo ran to a nearby parking lot where his getaway car and driver were waiting. They then sped away-for about 20 feet. And then the getaway car ran out of gas. They were still trying to re-start the car when the police arrived.
From Portsmouth, Ohio comes the story of an unidentified bozo for whom patience was not a virtue. Our bozo handed the teller of the Fifth Third Bank of Portsmouth a note saying "You have 15 seconds to hand over $15,000." The teller looked at the note and said she’d have to talk to her supervisor about this and left to go get him, leaving our bozo tapping her foot and shouting to her to hurry up. The supervisor came over and told our bozo that he’ll have to go get the keys to the vault, pressing the silent alarm as he left. Growing more impatient by the second, our bozo finally gave up, saying, "Give me my note back, this is stupid!" Not as stupid as you are, lady. The security camera got a great picture of you as you headed out the door.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Cleveland, Ohio where police officers were called to a report of a car parked outside a bar with its lights on. There they found our bozo, James Bosley, sitting inside his car, sound asleep. That in itself is not a crime. It was the rolling paper in his hand and a big bag of marijuana in his lap that got him busted. Upon awakening our bozo admitted the pot was his and he was escorted to jail.
Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Glen Snow for sending in today’s report. From the International File in Calcutta, India comes the story of an unidentified bozo who noticed a group of men approaching his shop. Thinking they were rival gangsters he fled on foot, running down the street until he came to a nearby police station where he rushed in to take refuge. Much to his surprise the "gangsters" followed him right into the police station and once there proceeded to place him under arrest. The "gangsters" were undercover cops who were serving a warrant on our bozo and couldn’t believe their luck when he delivered himself to the police station.
Bozo criminal for today violated Bozo Rule Number 8990: When driving a stolen car, it’s not usually a good idea to ask police for help if it breaks down. That’s what happened to bozo Renee Hughes of Billings, Montana who was cruising around in a stolen car when she had a flat. A police officer stopped to offer help and before changing the tire did a routine check of the license plate. When he discovered the car was stolen, he did the gentlemanly thing, he changed the tire while waiting for backup to arrive and arrest our bozo.