Fred Gunville

Iconic People: Fred Gunville Fred Gunville recognized the signs. He was losing weight, urinating frequently and he couldn’t help but remember the huge syringes his aunt and uncle used to inject the life-saving insulin. Young Fred wasn’t yet a doctor, but his first...

Lonnie Bell

Iconic People: Lonnie Bell It’s like they were connected from the very beginning. Lonnie Bell and county music came into the world about the same time, in about the same place. Throughout his career as a country disc jockey and entertainer, Lonnie was often the...

Iconic People: Tiffany Davidson

Iconic People: Tiffany Davidson “Hoist henne på skuldrene og parade henne gjennom gatene i byen!” Tiffany has become part of the fabric of our town… (As were her Mom and Dad!) Comments There are reasons you can trust Masterlube to take good care of your...

Leon Odegaard

Iconic People: Leon Odegaard “I was born to be outside.” Following a fifty year career as a pharmacist, Leon Odegaard champions exercise and a love for the great outdoors as the best path to an active and healthy retirement. Comments There are reasons you...

Misty Kuhl

Iconic People: Misty Kuhl With the help of a supportive family, Misty Kuhl was able to conquer self-doubt, and share her love of the outdoors by creating an online community for women. Comments There are reasons you can trust Masterlube to take good care of your...

Bill Dutcher

Iconic People: Bill Dutcher In his 30+ years at MetraPark, Bill Dutcher has met presidents and rock stars. He’s also bedded every horse stall, cleaned every toilet, washed all 10,000 seats, and says he never once dreaded going to work. He became general manager...

Bud Brickman

Iconic People: Bud Brickman Bud Brickman tells remarkable stories. A veteran of WWII service in Europe, he learned how to fish with German hand grenades. He helped General George Patton rescue the world-famous Lipizzan horses from the Russians, and he was part of the...

Dave Rye

Iconic People: Dave Rye Dave Rye started his Montana broadcast career in 1966. Since then, he’s worked in radio and TV broadcast around the state and spent some time in the political arena before his “second” retirement in 2010. Comments There are...

Major Dan Miller

Iconic People: Major Dan Miller Major Dan Miller has been a staple in the Billings community for a long time. With 58 years (and counting) of radio broadcasting under his belt, he has some pretty amazing stories to tell! Comments There are reasons you can trust...

Cliff Potts

Iconic People: Cliff Potts Cliff Potts was raised near the small town of Custer, Montana. At fifteen he contracted polio and nearly died. He lost the use of his arms and legs and spent many months in an iron lung. Because of this ordeal Cliff developed a profound...

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