Brady is the General Manager, Voice of Community Speak, and Sports Director for the Big Horn Mountain Radio Network. Working in radio has allowed Brady to live in numerous states including South Dakota, Minnesota, and Iowa, before settling out west in beautiful Wyoming. Brady is originally from Illinois and decided he wanted to get into the radio business because he didn’t want a real job. Spinning records (ok we don’t spin records anymore) and entertaining listeners sure sounded better than digging ditches or stamping license plates, so after finishing high school Brady went to broadcasting school at Brown College in Minnesota. Brady’s favorite part of his job is calling high school sports for the Buffalo Bison and Lady Bison. In his spare time, Brady likes to go hiking with his dog, camping, and especially fishing! He listens to all types of music, but really loves to jam out to almost anything from the 1990’s.
Host of the KBBS Morning Show and does news reporting for the Big Horn Mountain Radio Network. Raised on a farm in Indiana, Wilson has a wide range of interests and life experiences… from running an adult community corrections program to real estate brokerage and production agriculture. He’s hosted a noon Ag show and worked as a media journalist. He’s passionate about the youth of Johnson County so he also coordinates the Johnson County Mentoring Program out of the Bomber Mountain Civic Center and serves as an academic coach for GEAR UP out of Gillette College. A graduate of Purdue University, he’s also an ordained minister who coached high soccer for 8 years back in Indiana. He and his wife Justine have been residents of Buffalo for the past 6 years after God brought them together 18 years ago. Mark has one grown son AJ, as well as a stepdaughter Ariel. He lost his oldest son Kyle two years ago.
On-Air afternoon personality on Kix 96.5.
Mark was raised in Texarkana, TX and spent 25 years in restaurant management which included transferring 27 times. While in Denver he left the restaurant industry to follow dreams in broadcast media, attending Colorado Media School. Mark was looking forward to leaving the big city for the small-town life and thought Buffalo would be a perfect fit. Hobbies include shooting, editing video and hiking with his dog Moon