Voices of Montana Upcoming Show Calendar

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VOICES OF MONTANA SHOW CALENDAR:


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  • Kevin Riley-CEO & President First Interstate Bank
    Kevin Riley-CEO & President First Interstate Bank
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.01
    kevin-rileyKevin Riley has been the President/CEO of First Interstate BancSystem, Inc. for a very short time. He’s excited to be making the rounds throughout Montana, Wyoming, and South Dakota to meet our dedicated customers and employees. In the meantime, we thought we’d share a short video that provides a little deeper insight into our new leader.Mr. Riley has 27 years of banking experience, most recently serving as our Chief Financial Officer before his appointment as President/CEO in September of this year. Prior to that, Mr. Riley served in a number of executive-level positions for several institutions, including Berkshire Hills Bancorp, a $5.3 billion financial holding company headquartered in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, and KeyCorp, a $90 billion bank holding company headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Riley graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting.
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  • Montana's 65th Legislative Assembly--Live Special Report From Helena
    Montana's 65th Legislative Assembly--Live Special Report From Helena
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.03
    Out Newton Wind Farm, United Kingdom
    mt legislatureWe update you on the very latest from Helena with special news maker guests.
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  • Representative Don Jones HD-46 Appropriations; Joint Education Committee
    Representative Don Jones HD-46 Appropriations; Joint Education Committee
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.06
    20170108_201832Republican Don Jones with the Appropriations committee and Seth Berglee HD-58 with the Education Committee join us to talk about the future of Dawson Community College and Miles Community College and other Montana Education questions.
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  • Special Live Democratic Report From Helena & The 65th Legislative Assembly.
    Special Live Democratic Report From Helena & The 65th Legislative Assembly.
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.07
    Montana capitalWe will have 3 or 4 democratic legislators and talk about hot bills and topics. If you have questions for the representatives, email us at studio@northernbroadcasting.com
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  • Brad Johnson-Chairman of the Montana Public Service Commision
    Brad Johnson-Chairman of the Montana Public Service Commision
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.08
    Brad Johnson 1Brad Johnson was elected Public Service Commissioner for District 5 in 2014, defeating Democrat Galen Hollenbaugh, and was chosen to be chairman of the commission by his colleagues. He announced his candidacy for Governor of Montana in the 2016 election, but withdrew from the race in January citing fundraising concerns and commitment to his duties on the Public Service Commission.
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  • Montana's 65th Legislative Assembly--Live Special Report From Helena
    Montana's 65th Legislative Assembly--Live Special Report From Helena
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.09
    Out Newton Wind Farm, United Kingdom
    mt legislatureWe update you on the very latest from Helena with special news maker guests.
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  • Matt Rosendale, Secretary of Securities for the State of Montana.
    Matt Rosendale, Secretary of Securities for the State of Montana.
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.10
    matt rosendaleMatt Rosendale and the auditor’s office are gearing up for a lot more discussion on Obamacare repeal/replace and what reforms we’re asking for from Congress to make a better health care system in Montana.The next Obamacare Working Group meeting (with state legislative leadership) will be on March 9th. The Office of the Montana State Auditor, Commissioner of Securities and Insurance (CSI) one of the smallest agencies in the state regulates two of the state’s largest industries: insurance and securities. Commissioner Matt Rosendale is committed to protecting Montanans from fraud and scams related to insurance and investments.  

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  • Rep. Matt Regier (R-Kalispell) and lobbyist Bob Gilbert
    Rep. Matt Regier (R-Kalispell) and lobbyist Bob Gilbert
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.13
    jessica senaRep. Regier will be on to discuss his experience as a freshman legislator, and one of the few father/son legislative duos serving in the Legislature. He'll hit on some of the more controversial bills and also the U.S. House race.For the second half of the show will be Bob Gilbert, lobbyist for several eastern Montana counties. Bob will discuss the transition from legislator to lobbyist. He's currently working to help keep Dawson Community College open.
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  • U.S. House nominee, Greg Gianforte; Phelim McAleer & Ann McElhinney,co-authors of the best seller Gosnell: The Untold Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer
    U.S. House nominee, Greg Gianforte; Phelim McAleer & Ann McElhinney,co-authors of the best seller Gosnell: The Untold Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.14
     Guest host Jessica Sena will visit Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney about their latest film and book project. Phelim and Ann, originally from Ireland, have made such films as FrackNation, a response the the anti-fracking film Gasland; and Mine Your Own Business, an expose on mining around the world. Phelim and Ann have both traveled to Montana to promote their work on FrackNation, as well as on their latest project, Gosnell: The untold story of America's most prolific serial killer.Kermit Gosnell is a former abortion doctor who was convicted in 2013 for murdering three infants during attempted abortion procedures, with hundreds of similar cases reported. The mainstream media was nowhere to be found during the court proceedings. The investigative journalist duo, Phelim and Ann, covered the hearings extensively, and have since gone on to expose the truth about Gosnell and the dirty dealings at his former Philadelphia clinic.For the second half of the show, Greg Gianforte will be on to discuss his run for the open U.S. House seat.
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  • Chantel Schieffer, President/CEO of Leadership Montana
    Chantel Schieffer, President/CEO of Leadership Montana
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.15
    jessica senaLeadership Montana is a non-profit collaboration of leaders from business, labor, non-profit organizations, education, healthcare and government coming together to form a strong partnership for the betterment of Montana.Applications are now being accepted for the Class of 2018! Participants gain a deeper awareness of issues affecting our state, build powerful connections with their classmates and a network of committed alumni who live and work throughout Montana. Each session focuses on business and policy education, addressing the many facets of Montana's diverse interests, including:
    • Agriculture
    • Natural Resources
    • Education
    • Tourism & Recreation
    • Non-profit Organizations
    • Energy
    • Small Business
    • Health Care
    • Industry
    • Culture & History
    Chantel joined the Leadership Montana team in 2014 and is an alumna from the Class of 2010.Chantel is from Kalispell and graduated Montana State University with a degree in Political Science. She has spent the last two decades cultivating an exciting career in public relations, fund development, and public service.Learn more at www.leadershipmontana.org
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  • Senator Ed Buttrey, Chairman of Senate Business, Labor, and Economic Affairs
    Senator Ed Buttrey, Chairman of Senate Business, Labor, and Economic Affairs
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.16
    Senator Ed Buttrey (R-Great Falls) will be on with guest host Jessica Sena to provide an update on legislative happenings in the Senate Business, Labor, and Economic Affairs committee.
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  • Former Law Clerks to Judge Neil Gorsuch, Trump Supreme Court Nominee
    Former Law Clerks to Judge Neil Gorsuch, Trump Supreme Court Nominee
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.17
    Out Newton Wind Farm, United Kingdom
    mt legislatureFour of the 41 former law clerks to Judge Neil Gorsuch, U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit, discuss their experience working with Gorsuch.
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  • Brain Injury Association of America - Ian Elliot
    Brain Injury Association of America - Ian Elliot
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.20
    Brain Injury AssociationIan Elliot with the Brain Injury Association tells us about the the group Brain Injury Association.
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  • Ben Masters-Montana Filmmaker & Writer of the Documentary "Unbranded"
    Ben Masters-Montana Filmmaker & Writer of the Documentary "Unbranded"
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.21
    Ben_Masters_grandeBen Masters is a filmmaker, writer, and horse hand who splits his time between Bozeman, MT and Austin, TX.  He is most known for Unbranded, a documentary in which he and three others adopted wild mustangs and rode from Mexico to Canada to inspire Wild Horse adoptions.  Masters studied wildlife biology at Texas A&M University and sits as the Wildlife Management chair on the BLM's volunteer Wild Horse & Burro Advisory Board.In 2010, Masters and two friends completed a 2,000-mile ride along the Continental Divide trail. For the journey, they adopted some $125 mustangs from the Bureau of Land Management to supplement their string of quarter horses.  They were surprised to find the mustangs outperformed the domestic horses. Intrigued, Masters looked into the wild horse controversy and found a sad and complex situation: tens of thousands of unadopted wild horses and burros living in holding pens and pastures. Wanting to inspire adoptions and raise awareness for the horses, the Unbranded idea was born.A native Texan, Masters graduated from Texas A&M with a degree in wildlife biology. During college, he attended classes in the spring, led horseback rides in Yellowstone during the summer, guided pack trips in the fall, and managed the Jacalon Ranch in South Texas over the winter. Masters is the main author of the book Unbranded.  Since the Unbranded ride, he has made numerous wildlife and conservation films.
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  • Lawrence "Jace" Killsback--President Of The Northern Cheyenne Tribe
    Lawrence "Jace" Killsback--President Of The Northern Cheyenne Tribe
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.22
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    LAME DEER — Jace Killsback will join us and talk about Native American Sovereignty and Jurisdiction.
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  • US Senator Steve Daines from 9:38 to 9:58
    US Senator Steve Daines from 9:38 to 9:58
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.23
    steve dainesSenator Daines joins us for 20 minutes.
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  • Montana's 65 Legislative Assembly--Live Legislative Update From The Capital.
    Montana's 65 Legislative Assembly--Live Legislative Update From The Capital.
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.24
    20170108_201946We keep you up to date on the 65th annual legislature. Don't miss the latest from Helena!
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  • OPEN PHONES - 1-866-627-5483
    OPEN PHONES - 1-866-627-5483
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.27
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    PutinAnything you want to talk about or comment on or maybe just tell a good story. 1-866-627-5483
  • Chairman Ron Vandevender, Montana Libertarian Party
    Chairman Ron Vandevender, Montana Libertarian Party
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.27
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    Montana's Libertarian Party picked Mark Wicks to be its candidate in the May 25 special election, finalizing the slate to fill the state's vacant congressional seat.
    The 46-year-old cattle rancher and writer from Inverness will be up against Democrat Rob Quist, a political newcomer, and Republican Greg Gianforte, who unsuccessfully ran for governor last fall.Ron Vandevender, Chairman of the Montana Libertarian Party will join us.
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  • Democratic Legislative Report
    Democratic Legislative Report
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.28
    Montana capitalWe will check in with the minority party from the capital in Helena.
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  • Tate Chamberlin, social scientist and creator of Interchange Symposium: Coal Town
    Tate Chamberlin, social scientist and creator of Interchange Symposium: Coal Town
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.29
    Tate has created a series of public forums to tackle controversial topics, including the Dakota Access Pipeline, gun control, and marijuana. Interchange Symposium brings people with differing viewpoints together to have an open dialogue of ideas and perspectives. The next event will take on the issue of coal. Panelists will include Lori Shaw of Colstrip United; Darrin Old Coyote from the Crow Tribe; Brent Meade, Montana Policy Institute; Conrad Anker,Protect Our Winters / Athlete Team Captain, The North Face; Rob Irizarry, Disruptive Technologist / Artificial Intelligence; and Brit Fontenot, City of Bozeman, director of Economic Development.The Coal Town symposium will take place on March 29th from 6:30-9:30 at the Holter Art Museum in Helena. You can get tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/interchange-symposium-coal-town-tickets-32240231400Interchange Description:Interchange Symposium is a humanities project that brings artists, activists and entrepreneurs with contrasting and sometimes polarizing ideas into the same room to stir the pot. We don’t necessarily need a solution when we’re finished, though a good mind flush of new ideas and creativity can offer wisdom and perspective to our own process and development. By doing so, we create a level platform for history, politics, religion, philosophy, criticism, ethics, self-consciousness, reason, creativity, human values and aspirations. The public is also invited to participate and give their ideas during the event. We’ll develop our dialogue into a podcast that will be available worldwide.Tate Chamberlin is pushing the envelope in social, educational and musical events by continually reintegrating an arsenal of new concepts and human connections. Through an experiential remix uniting artists, activists and entrepreneurs, each step and swell brings a new experience by cultivating curiosity, education & empathy. This arsenal will serve well as he descends upon the world like a platinum-fisted pterodactyl, dropping artistic carpet-bombs carrying the seed of expression and social conglomeration. Crushing underfoot the banality of average events, flying high the mighty banner of unconventional creativity and blasting his mighty war horns across the battlefields of entertainment.
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  • James Brower, Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project - Hearing Planned April 5 to Dissolve Injunction to Stop Construction of Fish Bypass
    James Brower, Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project - Hearing Planned April 5 to Dissolve Injunction to Stop Construction of Fish Bypass
    9:06 AM-9:58 AM
    2017.03.30
    James Brower, Project Manager for the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project and other Eastern MT community members will join us to discuss the ongoing struggle for irrigation and drinking water diverted from the Yellowstone. Defenders of Wildlife argue that the proposed weir will hurt the pallid sturgeon species and have thus pursued legal action to stop construction. The injunction could widely impact agricultural communities, anyone utilizing drinking wells, and also negatively impact this fish species.A hearing is scheduled for April 5th in Great Falls to dissolve the injunction that is stopping the construction of the Fish Bypass and concrete modification to the Intake Diversion Weir.  If the Judge does not lift the injunction before April 15th, then Federal funding will be lost to the project, but farmers will still be obligated to provide passage for the endangered species Pallid Sturgeon... Or eventually stop diverting water to irrigate around 58,000 acres of farmland.The Hearing is in Great Falls, Montana, April 5th at 1:30 pm at the Missouri River Federal Courthouse, 125 Central Avenue West.
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  • Montana's 65 Legislative Assembly--Live Legislative Update From The Capital.
    Montana's 65 Legislative Assembly--Live Legislative Update From The Capital.
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.31
    20170108_201946We keep you up to date on the 65th annual legislature. Don't miss the latest from Helena!
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  • Tate Chamberlin, social scientist and creator of Interchange Symposium: Coal Town
    Tate Chamberlin, social scientist and creator of Interchange Symposium: Coal Town
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.03.29
    Tate has created a series of public forums to tackle controversial topics, including the Dakota Access Pipeline, gun control, and marijuana. Interchange Symposium brings people with differing viewpoints together to have an open dialogue of ideas and perspectives. The next event will take on the issue of coal. Panelists will include Lori Shaw of Colstrip United; Darrin Old Coyote from the Crow Tribe; Brent Meade, Montana Policy Institute; Conrad Anker,Protect Our Winters / Athlete Team Captain, The North Face; Rob Irizarry, Disruptive Technologist / Artificial Intelligence; and Brit Fontenot, City of Bozeman, director of Economic Development.The Coal Town symposium will take place on March 29th from 6:30-9:30 at the Holter Art Museum in Helena. You can get tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/interchange-symposium-coal-town-tickets-32240231400Interchange Description:Interchange Symposium is a humanities project that brings artists, activists and entrepreneurs with contrasting and sometimes polarizing ideas into the same room to stir the pot. We don’t necessarily need a solution when we’re finished, though a good mind flush of new ideas and creativity can offer wisdom and perspective to our own process and development. By doing so, we create a level platform for history, politics, religion, philosophy, criticism, ethics, self-consciousness, reason, creativity, human values and aspirations. The public is also invited to participate and give their ideas during the event. We’ll develop our dialogue into a podcast that will be available worldwide.Tate Chamberlin is pushing the envelope in social, educational and musical events by continually reintegrating an arsenal of new concepts and human connections. Through an experiential remix uniting artists, activists and entrepreneurs, each step and swell brings a new experience by cultivating curiosity, education & empathy. This arsenal will serve well as he descends upon the world like a platinum-fisted pterodactyl, dropping artistic carpet-bombs carrying the seed of expression and social conglomeration. Crushing underfoot the banality of average events, flying high the mighty banner of unconventional creativity and blasting his mighty war horns across the battlefields of entertainment.
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