Howdy! My name is David. I’ve lived in Great Falls since 2002. I love it here. Seriously.
WHAT (and why) IS GREATERFALLS.COM?
I’ve been blogging since October 2000 in one form or another; used to be over at Better Living Thru Blogging, which was located at www.davidmsc.com, but eventually let it go in 2008. And shortly after I moved to Montana, I created the Big Sky Blog, which was the first multi-user collaborative blog about All Things Montana.
And then in May 2005, I created GreaterFalls.com in order to integrate two things that I love: blogging and Great Falls. It’s true: I do love this community. You see, I was raised as an Air Force brat, and then spent 20 years in the military myself, so I never had the same address for more than three years in my entire life.
But then I arrived in Great Falls. Never in my life have I met such friendly, honest people, or lived in such a beautiful community, or enjoyed such wonderful scenery and weather (all four seasons!). Literally within days of arriving here back in 2002, I experienced something that I had never felt before: a sense of home. This is the only place that I’ve ever lived or visited that felt like home to me. Quite a powerful feeling.
So I suppose you could think of GreaterFalls.com as my personal “fan club” for the community of Great Falls. I invite you to visit this site often to see what’s going on, and to leave comments on entries that interest you.
I really appreciate you taking the time to stop by; you can stay up to date with GreaterFalls.com in several ways:
If you subscribe via e-mail, you will receive an e-mail containing any new entries as they are posted – and I will never use your e-mail address for marketing or sales lists or anything else (promise!).
Got some breaking news, or a suggestion for an entry, or want to praise or complain? Let me know!
You can send me an e-mail using this handy Contact form, or via regular e-mail at: david AT greaterfalls.com.
In other news…my day job is Online Producer for KRTV.com. I take the news stories that the reporters bring in from the field, tinker with them a bit to make them more web and reader-friendly, and manage the content portions of the KRTV website (photo galleries, comments, etc). I love it, and love the folks I work with. Just remember: anything that I post here at GreaterFalls.com is MY opinion alone, and does not necessarily reflect the opinions, attitudes, or beliefs of KRTV (or management, owners, staff, etc).