Keith K.

Keith Kelley

Since he was old enough to talk, Keith wanted to be involved in sports in some way. When it was evident that his pursuit of a Major League Baseball career would not happen, he decided to give sports broadcasting a try.
Keith graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Arts and Sciences from the School of Journalism and Broadcasting. His first job was in Chadron, Nebraska, and after two years there he took a position in the sports department with Montgomery Broadcasting in Cheyenne. After ten years in the Capital City, it’s safe to say Wyoming is home for Keith.
Keith has been named the sportscaster of the year in Wyoming three times by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NSSA). Keith has also won best play-by-play of the year from the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters two times.


Cathy Jarosh

Cathy grew up in Riverton and got a taste for journalism while working for the student newspaper in high school, and again at Western Wyoming College in Rock Springs. She attended the University of Northern Colorado, earning a degree in Journalism Mass Communication with an emphasis in telecommunications. While waiting for an opportunity to work in television, she became a terrible waitress and decided a sales position with Montgomery Broadcasting in Laramie would be a better fit. She quickly discovered that she enjoyed the business side of media much better than on air, and that just about anything was better than waitressing. That first job in radio would eventually lead to managing KIMX until it was sold in 2001, and then she became the General Manager of the Cowboy State News Network.
Cathy now lives in Cheyenne with her husband Rob, son Alexander and daughter Addison. She is a graduate of Leadership Wyoming and serves on the Board of Directors for the STRIDE Learning Center and also the National Association of State Radio Networks.


David Montgomery

Dave Montgomery, a Cheyenne native, is a 40 year broadcast veteran. He has owned KFBC since 1993 and started the Cowboy State News Network in 2001. He also operated KOLT 92.9 FM The Boss in Cheyenne.
Dave has had extensive experience covering high school, college, semi-pro and professional sports, and is a regular member of KFBC’s afternoon sports talk show, The Sports Zone. For many years Dave was the producer and network director for all University of Wyoming football and basketball radio and television broadcasts. He has also produced broadcasts and telecasts for the United States Air Force Academy, Brigham Young University and Colorado State University. On a free lance basis, he has worked for CBS, NBC, ABC and ESPN television. During his career Dave has been partners in several sports management and broadcast ventures with two sports legends, broadcaster Curt Gowdy and Oakland Raider Quarterback Ken Stabler. In 2013 Dave was elected by his peers to the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame.

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