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Joe came to KFBB from Connecticut in January of 2013 and is very happy to be here reporting the news in the Treasure state.

Joe graduated from Lyndon State College in Vermont where he was a news reporter and producer for Channel 7 News, the college operated television station.

Joe began his broadcasting career while in grade school hosting his own TV program, The Joe Show. He also hosted regular on the air radio programming at Lyndon state College during his four years in Vermont. Joe was the founder and President of the Anime Club while at Lyndon State.

Joe is an avid sports fan and roots for the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Lakers and is looking forward to following all the local sports teams in Big Sky Country.

If you have any story ideas for Joe or wish to contact him you can email him at joe.biega@cowlesmontana.com.

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