Ken Siebert

Program Director

Ken Siebert began work at YPR in 1992 as a part-time, evening board operator. He was hired full time in 1994. Over the years, Ken has hosted, co-hosted, produced, and edited a number of ongoing local programs and special interview programs, including a decade as Marvin Granger's co-host on the call-in program Your Opinion, Please!

Ways to Connect

courtesy Sara Hollenbeck

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County sheep rancher Sara Hollenbeck, on a rare weekend away from the ranch, gets a phone call that gives her pause.


courtesy Sara Hollenbeck

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County sheep rancher Henry Hollenbeck lives up to his reputation as Montana's top cowboy.


Sara Hollenbeck

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County rancher Sara Hollenbeck and her two year-old son Rhett fill their winter days visiting a surprise guest.


Anna Paige

On this episode of Resounds: Arts and Culture on the High Plains, co-hosts Corby Skinner and Anna Paige talk with artist Jennifer Eli French, whose mixed-media installation "This Vibrant, Tarnished World" is a response to the themes of nostalgia and longing in Station Eleven, a dystopian novel by Emily St. John Mendel. Station Eleven is a part of the National Endowment for the Arts The Big Read Program


courtesy Sara Hollenbeck

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County sheep rancher Sara Hollenbeck rings in the New Year with smoked lamb legs and social media ambitions. 


Sarah Brown

On this episode of Field Days, the sheep operation is keeping everyone extra busy at this time of year.


courtesy Sara Hollenbeck

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County sheep rancher Sara Hollenbeck joins local producers at the launch of the Yellowstone Valley Food Hub.


Resounds: Babcock Theater

Dec 11, 2018
Brittany Stevens

On this episode of Resounds, hosts Corby Skinner and Anna Paige discuss the history of the Babcock Theater and its bright future with Matt Blakslee, executive director of Art House Billings, who recently inked a deal with the city of Billings to lease the property under the nonprofit Art House Cinema, and Kim Olsen of 02 Architects, one of four owners of the Babcock building who formed the Babcock LLC and entered into an agreement with the city of Billings to purchase and restore the building and—after a negotiated period of time and a punch list of accomplishments—transfer ownership of the theater to the city.


courtesy Richard Ford

The American novelist and short story writer Richard Ford was born in Jackson, Mississippi, in 1944. He has published eight novels including Independence Day, The Sportswriter, The Lay of the Land and the New York Times bestseller, Canada, which was finalist for the High Plains Book Award for fiction. His four collections of short stories include the wildly popular "Rock Springs," which has been anthologized in numerous publications. 


Eric Warren

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County sheep rancher Sara Hollenbeck tours us round her place.


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