It seems every time Bill gets on the air, it can lead to a disaster!

His first day on commercial radio was cut short in the summer of 1976, when the Teton Dam burst and sent a wall of water that devastated southeastern Idaho.

After moving to Longview, Washington, he spent eight hours on the air the day Mt. St. Helens blew her top. That was his first day of radio work in that community!

It was 1999 when he offered on-air information to communities of central and eastern Arizona about the 5,000 acre Rainbow Fire – one of the biggest in the state, up to that time.

And in February of 2002, Bill was simulcasting on KGAL and KSHO by generator, during the Big Blow that swept through Eugene and East Linn County with winds from 40 to 70 MPH.

These days you’ll hear him doing a Farm & Ranch Report, filling in for news…and when KSHO goes on the road to various businesses and events.

But, Watch Out!

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