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Jerry Puffer

Born and raised in Big Sky Country. Career includes radio and television in the midwest and east coast. I try to lead by example. I tend to be goal oriented with an eye on the future. I enjoy gourmet cooking, fishing, and thrive on challenging opportunities both in and outside of the business. While some might consider me a risk taker, I prefer to think of myself as a level headed, clear thinking individual with compassion yet stern principles.
clean water rule
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Anglers Take A Stand

Anglers out here in the Northwest are supporting a new rule that restores protections for America's headwater streams under the Clean Water Act. Trout Unlimited President & CEO Chris Woods says, "The waters this rule protects are the sources of our nation's coldest, cleanest water. No

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eat close to the ground
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Eat Close To The Ground

Summer's in full swing with a farmers market scheduled for this afternoon (Wednesday) over in Cut Bank in City Park. Today''s market runs from 3 until 6 this afternoon in the park. Fresh fruits & vegetables will keep you healthy, wealthy & wise. Perhap

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rhythm of the rain
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Rhythm Of The Rain

The Precipitation Report for the month of May at the Knees has been officially released! May 17th saw .88, while the 29th of the month rolled in with a .49. May 27th & May 28th posted .25 & .24 respectively. There

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Conrad Montana churches
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They Were The McCorkles

That's who we're reading all about up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby on Tuesday evenings during Montana History. I'll be there at 6 o'clock tonight (Tuesday) to read more of the book, "To Speak Of Love Was Not Enough" by Dorothy (Mrs

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wheat custom cutters
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Let The Harvest Begin

I received word this morning (Tuesday) from Tall Todd, the custom cutter guy who shows up here to the Golden Triangle every harvest season. Todd says that his crew has started to harvest in Vernon, Teas, where they have had over 25 inches of rain! Their 1st winter wheat field they harvested yielded 15 bushels to the acre & was 51.9 t

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Indy 500
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I’m Windy & Into The Indy

I'm all fired up for Puffman Sports Trivia tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 7:30! I've come up with a TWO-Part Indianapolis 500 trivia questionfor my sports trivia segment. New York Times Bestselling Author Gayle Tzemach Lemmon's new hardback, "Ashley's War; The Untold Story of a Team of Women Soldiers on the Special Ops Battlefield" is up for grabs, & the 1st caller in with the correct answer to my Indy 500 Sports Trivia question WINS the book. Se

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a straight flush
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A Straight Flush

The City of Shelby is flushing the hydrants today (Wednesday) & don't be surprised when your water comes out of the tap brown. It's recommended that you refrain from washing clothes today unless you'd like to add some browns & tans to your wardrobe without spending the bucks for additional clothing.

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