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. SUNSHINE & WHISKEY FRANKIE BALLARD
2. SOMEWHERE IN MY CAR KEITH URBAN
3. DAY DRINKING LITTLE BIG TOWN
4. NEON LIGHT BLAKE SHELTON
5. GIRL IN A COUNTRY SONG MADDIE & TAE
6. LEAVE THE NIGHT ON SAM HUNT
7. SHOTGUN RIDER TIM MCGRAW
8. LOOK AT YOU BIG & RICH
8. LOOK AT YOU BIG & RICH
9. PERFECT STORM BRAD PAISLEY
10. CLOSE YOUR EYES PARMALEE
MOM GARTH BROOKS
SAVE YOUR BREATH JOSH DORR
TAKE YOUR TIME SAM HUNT
MOM GARTH BROOKS
SAVE YOUR BREATH JOSH DORR
TAKE YOUR TIME SAM HUNT
A drunk Florida man led cops on a high-speed chase – that ended with him falling on his face.
James Keck was pulled over for driving erratically, and smelled strongly of alcohol when a deputy approached him. But when the officer asked for his license, the 57-year-old said, "You're going to have to chase me" and put the pedal to the metal, careening through side streets in a residential neighborhood at a high speed.
Keck eventually pulled into the driveway of his home, exited his vehicle and fell face-down on the ground, where he was arrested without further incident. Since it was his third arrest for driving under the influence, he now faces felony charges.
Officials at a British high school got chippy with one of their students – by threatening to suspend him for selling chips and snacks to other kids ... a violation of the school's healthy-food rules.
Tommie Rose was inspired to start a business after watching numerous reality TV shows, so he decided to buy snacks in bulk at a wholesale shop and dole them out to his friends before and after class. Things went so well that he was able to hire two assistants from his class, but administrators weren't so sweet on the idea, and are holding a 10-day suspension over his head.
A spokesman for the school said, "We admire this pupil's entrepreneurship but school is not the place to set up a black market of fizzy drinks, sweets and chocolates. Our high standards are set out to pupils and their parents at the start of the school year."
Talk about a speedy delivery … a mail carrier in Texas was arrested for allegedly selling meth … out of his mail truck.
Police say Edward Flores, a 21-year employee of the U.S. Postal Service and the husband of the postmaster in Lorena, Texas, was dealing meth out of his home and his mail truck while on duty.
Police reportedly seized $17,000 worth of meth from Flores' home in a raid last week.
McLennan County Sheriff Parnell McNamara told the Waco Tribune that Flores' wife, Allena, was likely not involved. “As far as we can tell, she was not aware of it,” McNamara said
Bozo criminal for today comes from the International File in Cape Town, South Africa where surveillance cameras caught our bozo criminal as he prowled around the back yard of a residence. Then you see him fleeing in terror and leaping over the fence to make his excape. Finally, the source of his fear comes into the frame. A tiny Yorkshire terrier, weighing no more than six pounds. Police are looking for a thief with cynophobia, the fear of dogs.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Edwardsville, Illinois, where bozo Carl Carpenter pulled aside another car and asked for directions. When the other driver rolled down her window to talk to him, he flashed a gun and demanded money. The woman sped away, with our bozo following behind. She called 911 and the operator told her to drive to a nearby police station, which she did. With our bozo on her tail, staying with her until she reached the station. He’s under arrest.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Elkhart, Indiana. Bozo John Warren was spotted in a cemetery by an off-duty police officer who was jogging by. He watched as our bozo, totally naked, got back into his truck and drove away. He took down our bozo’s license number and when he paid him a little visit to ask why he was naked in a cemetery, he gave the officer our Bozo Excuse of the Month. He told him he had stopped to check on his in-law’s grave, but he had been golfing all day long and his underwear was wet, so he undressed in his truck. And, as to why he got out of the truck naked, he said it was because he wanted to look at the flowers and didn’t have his glasses. He’s been charged with indecent exposure.
Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Joe Haig for sending in today’s report from the International File in Manchester, England. Our bozo for today violated Bozo Rule Number 22119: Before pulling a crime, do your homework. Bozo Kate Davis was returning to England on a flight from Jamaica and as she tried to pass a set of golf clubs through customs an agent noticed something strange about them on x-ray. Then, making conversation with her, he asked her what her handicap was. She stared back at him blankly and asked him to repeat the question. When he did, she responded that she didn’t have any disability. Oops. The clubs were drilled open and found to be filled with cocaine. She’s busted!
Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Glen Snow for sending in today’s report. From Pueblo, Colorado, comes the story of bozo Manuel Garcia who was speeding down a steep hill when he ran a red light, narrowly missing an oncoming Lexus. He then swerved and ran smack into the side of a police patrol car, miraculously receiving only minor injuries. He was charged with DUI. Now, just what makes this story Bozo-worthy? The fact that he was riding a skateboard at the time.
A Florida cop apparently forgot which side of the law he's was on and now he's out of a job.
While responding to a burglary at a convenience store, sheriff's deputy Ernesto McCloud was caught on surveillance camera stuffing a $10 DVD into his shirt. He later admitted to stealing the video and said he did so because he hadn't seen the movie. He was charged with petty theft but also armed burglary because he had his firearm with him at the time.
Following the charges, McCloud resigned from the force. And no, we don't know what movie he tried to steal.
From Brockton, Massachusetts. A woman was robbed at gunpoint by three men who burst into her apartment. It was when she made a positive ID on one of the suspects that he revealed his true identity as a bozo. When she picked him out of a lineup, he blurted out, “How could she tell it was me? I had a mask on!” Busted!
From London, Kentucky, where 37 year-old Deborah Ward was taken into arrest as part of a drug investigation. She, along with her male companion, was found to be in possession of 3,37 grams of crystal meth as well as a pair of digital scales. This in itself would not be newsworthy. It was her wardrobe choice that ultimately landed her in the Bozo Hall of Fame. When she was arrested she was wearing an “I [heart] Crystal Meth” T-shirt. Busted!!
From East Brookfield, Massachusetts, where bozo Noreen Miller was pulled over after an officer noticed her driving erratically. She smelled of alcohol and he saw an open pint of vodka in her purse. It was when he requested that she get out of the car that she came up with the Bozo Question of the Week. She asked the officer if this was going to take long, as she was already late for her Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. She’ll have to re-schedule. She’s under arrest.
We have today our first ever Bozo Incompetence Award. From the International File in Buenos Aires, Argentina, comes the story of bozo counterfeiter Marcos Ribles who was on trial for printing up some fake 100 Peso Argentinian notes as well as a fake U.S. $50 bill. The judge looked at the bills and said they had such shoddy printing and poor quality paper that no one would ever think they were real. In fact, they were so bad, he dismissed all charges against our hapless bozo.
Bozo criminals for today come from Boca Raton, Florida, where police were called to an apartment complex after residents reported a possible break-in. One of our bozos had been seen entering an apartment through a window while his accomplice used a cell phone to shine light inside. The cops quickly nabbed our "inside" bozo and as they were questioning him, he received a text message from our "outside" bozo, advising him that he was hiding from the cops near the swimming pool. They’ve both been charged with burglary and possession of marijuana.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Santa Rosa, California, where 28 year-old Kayte Thompson and three of her girlfriends stopped at a convenience store to buy beer. As Kayte reached into the cooler Bozo Paul Ellis came up behind her and snatched her wallet from her other hand. He made a quick exit through the front door with Kayte in hot pursuit. As he jumped on his bicycle to attempt his getaway, Kayte tossed the 12-pack of Miller Lite bottles shot-put style in his direction. She scored a direct hit, knocking our bozo off his bicycle. He’s busted!
Bozo criminal for today comes from Athens, Georgia, where bozo Zachary Jones pulled up to a police cruiser at 9 o’clock the other morning and asked the officer inside if he could check and see if there were any warrants for his arrest. The officer said he would, but first he’d need to see his drivers license. Our bozo dug around in his pockets and all he could come up with was an ID card. The officer ran his name and discovered that his license had been suspended. That’s when our bozo offered the most intelligent observation we’ve heard in a while. He said to the officer, "It would probably be best if I went to jail." He got his wish.
No one messes with Marie Seymour's pet turtle and gets away with it. The 53-year-old Florida woman says she was protecting her turtle when she stabbed her boyfriend.
Police say Seymour and her boyfriend were drinking when the boyfriend threatened to harm her turtle. That's when she grabbed a knife and stabbed him. It's not clear where she stabbed him or how badly injured he was. Seymour was arrested and charged with aggravated battery. The boyfriend apparently told police he did not want her to go to jail.
A Massachusetts woman is under arrest after she attacked a bartender and pulled out her false teeth.
Police say 46-year-old Caterina Froio-Chaput paid a visit to the bartender – whom she suspected was sleeping with her husband. When the bartender asked her to leave, Caterina started hitting her in the face and pulled the false teeth out of her mouth. She then allegedly picked up a beer bottle and threw it at her, striking her in the chest.
When police arrived, Caterina denied having the bartender's teeth, but cops searched her and found the chompers in her pocket. She then apparently accused the bartender of planting the teeth on her to get her in trouble. She was charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon – the deadly weapon being the beer bottle, not the teeth.
A bus driver in Egypt was nervous about an upcoming drug test at his job. So, instead of submitting his own urine sample, he obtained one from his wife. What he didn’t know was that his wife was two months pregnant, which of course showed up in the drug screen. Oops. He’s looking for another job.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Fort Wayne, Indiana, where suspected drug dealer Jermaine Davis led the cops on a 90 MPH chase before he abruptly stopped and pulled into a Taco Bell. He told the cops he knew he was going to jail for a while and he wanted to get one last burrito. Hope he enjoyed it. He’s under arrest.
Bozo criminal for today violated Bozo Rule Number 88765: In the Bozo World, if at first you don’t succeed, it’s best not to try, try again. From Tulsa, Oklahoma, comes the story of bozo Walter Hayes who tried to break into a local pharmacy. He failed in his effort to get inside, but he did succeed in setting off the burglar alarm. The cops arrived on the scene to find he had already left. They were still investigating when who should return for a second try, with additional tools, but our bozo. He’s busted!
Bozo criminal for today comes from Monroe, Louisiana, where bozo Clifton Walls made a number of mistakes. First, he tried to purchase 50 cell phones using a phony cashier’s check, with the word "cashier" misspelled. And, he gave the company the wrong address for delivery of the phones. Boy, did he ever give them the wrong address. The phones were supposed to be shipped to 300 Washington Street in Monroe, which happens to be the local FBI office. Oops. He was arrested when he tried to wave down the delivery truck driver as he approached the FBI building.
Thanks to Bozo News Hawk Joe Haig for sending in today’s report. From Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, comes the story of Bozo Criminal and part-time computer repairman Kevin Lancaster. Our bozo broke into a local realty office and stole a computer hard drive and a digital camera. He had repaired computers for the company in the past and they called him after the theft to ask for help. He told the owner he could repair the computer and even retrieve the files from the missing hard drive. This sounded fishy, so the owner called the cops. After some investigation, they found that our bozo’s car, with his computer repair company sticker on the door, was seen parked in front of the realty office on the night of the theft. He was busted after they found him in possession of the missing hard drive and camera.
A Florida man landed behind bars after he demanded food from a closed Burger King drive-thru window and then threatened to place cops under citizen's arrest.
Police were called to the fast food restaurant around 2 a.m., where 29-year-old Ravi Shah was banging on the drive-thru window demanding cheeseburgers. An employee inside the restaurant explained that they were closed, but the hungry pest persisted and police were called in.
When cops arrived, the man yelled at them and threatened to place them under citizen's arrest. Officers searched his car and found marijuana inside a duffel bag. He was arrested for drug possession and resisting an officer.
If you find a small snake inside your house you might call it a freak incident. If you find two snakes in your house, you'd probably call in a professional. But if you found more than 100 of the slithering creatures, you'd probably call in a moving company and get out of there.
A family in Canada recently watched as their house became a bed and breakfast for more than 100 garter snakes. They first noticed some of them in their basement, but before too long, they started making their way into other rooms in the house. So finally, they called in a local animal shelter who spent the day catching them in buckets and pillowcases. They believe they caught all of them, but the family says they're expecting more to creep inside as the weather turns colder.
North Carolina cops prevented a hairy situation when they realized a woman had smuggled a gun into jail ... inside her weave.
Tiffanie Bass was one of several people busted during a late-night raid on a Raleigh nightclub, where she resisted arrest and was cuffed by officers. The 32-year-old was booked and fingerprinted at a local precinct, then taken to the Wake County Detention Center, where a corrections officer noticed her head was tilted to one side. Upon further inspection they found the weapon, a small Derringer, concealed in her ornate hair weave.
The weapon, which was determined to be stolen, was confiscated and Bass was ordered held on $65,000 bail.
Oklahoma cops found plenty of holes in the alibi of a woman who claimed she had holy permission to drive around using meth – because the drug was actually part of her religion.
Lori Potarf and Richard Henderson were pulled over after an officer noticed their car had a missing tail light. When the cop approached the vehicle, he noticed they were both fiddling with Crown Royal whiskey bags that appeared to have residue that turned out to be meth. Potarf insisted that she was a practicing Wiccan, which gave her the right to use meth.
The officers, who couldn't find any references to Breaking Bad in the annals of Wicca, arrested both Potarf and Henderson, who didn't mention his religion during the bust.
A Florida woman tried to dance her way out of a DUI charge, by telling a cop she could easily pass sobriety tests because she worked as a stripper.
A trooper pursued and pulled over Devin Woodberry after she nearly ran down a different deputy as he was in the middle of a traffic stop involving another vehicle. As he approached the car, he noticed that she smelled strongly of alcohol, and was incapable of handing over the car registration when asked.
She admitted downing two Bahama Momma wine coolers and said she'd taken an Oxycontin tablet "about a million hours ago" – which is roughly 114 years. When it came time for field sobriety tests, Woodberry tried to balance on one foot, telling the officer it was "easy" because she worked as a stripper, but she came up short, bending a leg and using her arms to steady herself.
A blood alcohol test showed her to be more than twice the legal limit for driving
Bozo criminal for today comes from Lawton, Oklahoma, where bozo Kristi Rucker walked into the local El Chico and ordered food and several alcoholic drinks. She tnen told the waitress she didn’t have any money, but, not to worry, her husband would soon be along to pay for everything. She elaborated further by telling the server that she was married to Jesus Christ and the he would take care of the bill. When Jesus was a no-show, the cops were called and she was arrested on a fraud charge.
Bozo criminal for today comes from El Cerrito, California, where bozo Anthony Carlson visited the Department of Motor Vehicles office to register his car. Which would have been OK except for one little thing. The car he wanted to register was one he had recently stolen. Oops. He’s under arrest.
Bozo Shannon Davis was in jail on burglary charges and since she didn’t have money for bail, she hatched our Bozo Scheme of the Week. She called her sister on the jailhouse phone and, ignoring the signs all around that said phone calls were monitored and recorded, came up with a plan to have her sister burglarize the store where she worked. The cops were in on the plan from the beginning and placed our bozo’s sister under arrest when she showed up to pay her bail with a fistful of stolen cash. They now have adjoining cells.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Lafayette, Louisiana, where teenage bozo Detron Bates put on a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle mask and used a stick wrapped in plastic as a weapon when he attempted to rob a convenience store. He was able to get as far as the cash register, but couldn’t figure out how to open it. Taking what he could get, he fled with two wallets from underneath the counter. Guess it isn’t easy to run in a turtle mask, as the cops caught up with him a short distance away. He’s under arrest.
Bozo criminal for today comes from Walnut Ridge, Arkansas, where bozo Robert Lasater thought he’d found the ideal place to set up his methamphetamine lab…in the basement of the local funeral home. Which might have been an OK idea except for one thing: The funeral home is across the street from the police station. Officers there noticed the lights on in the home after hours and walked over to check things out. The front door was unlocked and they walked right into his lab. He’s busted!