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Dennis Bragg

Dennis Bragg Dennis Bragg

Dennis is a Montana native who's "radio career" actually began as newborn when his father was working at KPRK in Livingston and his parents lived in an apartment at the station.

Never far from a microphone, he took to the air at age 16 in Forks, WA (of later "Twilight" fame) and spent the next 33-years working radio, television and Internet reporting in Western WA including KIRO Radio and TV in Seattle.

Coming back to Montana in 2007, Dennis is served as KPAX News Director, and now serves as the co-anchor on the 5:30 and 10:00 News, but can be found doing just about any task around the station, from reporting, doing weather forecasts, photography and running the satellite truck.

You can follow Dennis on Facebook and Twitter or email him at dennis@kpax.com

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  • Reynolds Lake fire holds steady at 1K+ acres

    Reynolds Lake fire holds steady at 1K+ acres

    Friday, July 20 2018 3:29 PM EDT2018-07-20 19:29:39 GMT
    The Reynolds Lake fire was sparked by lightning on July 17, 2018. (MTN News photo)The Reynolds Lake fire was sparked by lightning on July 17, 2018. (MTN News photo)

    There are now 175 people assigned to battle the lightning-sparked fire which is near the Lake Reynolds trailhead.

    There are now 175 people assigned to battle the lightning-sparked fire which is near the Lake Reynolds trailhead.

  • Crews working to stop spread of Reynolds Lake fire

    Crews working to stop spread of Reynolds Lake fire

    Friday, July 20 2018 11:04 AM EDT2018-07-20 15:04:34 GMT
    Resources are continuing to arrive to battle the Reynolds Lake fire in the Bitterroot. (MTN News photo)Resources are continuing to arrive to battle the Reynolds Lake fire in the Bitterroot. (MTN News photo)

    Fire managers say they are working to stop the fire while plenty of resources are available, and before this summer’s fire season takes off.

    Fire managers say they are working to stop the fire while plenty of resources are available, and before this summer’s fire season takes off.

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