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I graduated from Shelby High School in 1981, went into the broadcast communications program at the College of Great Falls for two years, then came to work at KSEN in the spring of 1983. I left KSEN in 1991 to not get a job with a sports team or network. I ended up with the Hardee's restaurant franchise for eight years, and in 1999 got back into radio in Great Falls. I married my wonderful wife Ronni in 2001 and came back to Shelby when she got the job as the elementary music teacher here. There happened to be a job opening at KSEN when we moved up here, so...I'm baaaackkk...

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Even After Pack-Seahawks, Don’t Expect Real Refs Anytime Soon

I don't know any football fan that wants to see replacement officials work another game, but I would be truly surprised if we see the old officials on the field any time soon. Even if the NFL wanted to end the lockout, why would the regular officials want to come back to work right now? After Monday night's call and its subsequent uproar, they hold the negotiating leverage right now

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A 64-61 Football Game? That’s Nothin’!

I'm sure Chinook radio announcer Ron Brewski is still recovering from what must have been an exhausting broadcast of the Chinook-Centerville football game Friday night, won by the Beeters, 64-61. That got me digging into the record books, wondering if that may have been a record for most points scored in at least an eight player game

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