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  • Chris Dschaak-Mayor Of Wolf Point, Montana--The Montana Infrastructure Coalition
    Chris Dschaak-Mayor Of Wolf Point, Montana--The Montana Infrastructure Coalition
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.01
    Swine Rd, Hull HU11, UK
    Wolf PointMy name is Chris Dschaak.  I am currently in my 3rd year as Mayor of WolfPoint, MT.  During this legislative session, our legislatures will beconsidering different bills addressing the short fall with MDT and tryingto get Montana Cities and Towns money for the failing infrastructure.  TheCity Council in Wolf Point, as with others, has voted to become members ofthe Montana Infrastructure Coalition.  I support strongly the Bills goingforward from the Coalition, Bills that will make our State stronger byfinally addressing the failing infrastructure that's plaguing us. Ifnothing is done, this will be the 3rd consecutive legislation that theState, Governor, and our Representatives have failed to help thestruggling Eastern part of the State.  Even with the amount of money thispart of the State has brought in with the Bakken Oil, it seems that we arestill forgotten.
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  • Legislative Minority Update from the Capital in Helena
    Legislative Minority Update from the Capital in Helena
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.02
    montana state capitolDemocratic leaders in the legislature join us for an hours worth of updates from the newsmakers in Helena.
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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
    2017.02.03
    Seaside Rd, Withernsea HU19 2RA, UK
    mt legislatureWe update you on the very latest from Helena with special news maker guests.
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  • Jim Beers--Wildlife, Animal Rights, Environmental, and Government Issues Specialist
    Jim Beers--Wildlife, Animal Rights, Environmental, and Government Issues Specialist
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.06
    jimbeersJim Beers retired from the US Fish and Wildlife Service.  After working for the Utah Fish & Game and spending four years as a Reserve Officer in the US Navy, he joined the US Fish & Wildlife Service in the late 1960’s and was stationed in Devils Lake, North Dakota; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Grand Island, Nebraska; New York City; and Washington, DC. He served as a wildlife biologist, wetlands biologist, special agent, and refuge manager.  While in Washington Jim was a Congressional Fellow, the Chief of Operations for the National Wildlife Refuge System, the Program Coordinator for the Animal Damage Control Program, and the wildlife biologist in the Central Office who served as Project Officer on nearly all national wildlife projects funded with Pittman-Robertson money. He was in Washington when the Marine Mammal Protection Act and the Endangered Species Acts were implemented and he watched the Federal government evolve from a medium of environmental managers to a tool of environmental and animal rights extremists. Jim became aware of the pilferage of millions of dollars from State fish and wildlife excise taxes by US Fish and Wildlife Service managers in the late 1990’s.  He testified before Congress about the misuse of the funds and a GAO audit verified that $45 to $60 Million had been taken in a two year period. Jim was forced to retire under very adverse circumstances.  He spent 10 months at home on full pay and received a cash settlement. Today Jim writes and speaks about wildlife, animal rights, environmental, and government issues.
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  • Loren BirdRattler & Verna Billedeaux--Blackfeet Agriculture Resource Management Plan
    Loren BirdRattler & Verna Billedeaux--Blackfeet Agriculture Resource Management Plan
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.07
    BrowningJoining me will be Loren BirdRattler Project Manager and MSU Tribal Extension Agent Verna Billedeaux.  We would like to provide an update on the development of the Blackfeet Agriculture Resource Management Plan (ARMP) a project that was funded under a 638 contract, a contract that allows Tribes to be contracted to carry out federal functions, between the Blackfeet Tribe and the U.S. government's Department of Interior – Bureau of Indian Affairs.  In this case, the ARMP will create policy for both the Blackfeet Tribe and the U.S. government in land, water and conservation management practices.  A major goal for the ARMP is to create an environment through public policy that benefits our Tribal producers in their endeavors and to explore ways to infuse institutional knowledge from an aging Montana farmer and rancher population to our younger folks through programs like 4-H.  Verna Billedeaux will be on hand to provide the update on our efforts for our Tribal 4-H program, its challenges, its successes, and how we are using the program to address the above mentioned goal.You can find more information on the:American Indian Agriculture Resource Management Act of 1993 athttp://uscode.house.gov/view.xhtml?req=granuleid%3AUSC-prelim-title25-chapter39&edition=prelim Public law 638:https://www.bia.gov/cs/groups/mywcsp/documents/collection/idc017334.pdf  Thanks, Loren BirdRattler Loren BirdRattlerProject ManagerAgriculture Resource Management PlanBlackfeet Tribe(406) 338-7521 Ext 2370 Work
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  • Montana's 65th Legislative Assembly--Live Special Report From The Capitol in Helena, Montana
    Montana's 65th Legislative Assembly--Live Special Report From The Capitol in Helena, Montana
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.08
    20170108_201946Join us as we talk to Senators and House members about what's the very latest news from Helena, Mt.
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  • REAL Montana class home from Columbia to share their experience abroad
    REAL Montana class home from Columbia to share their experience abroad
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.09
    The 2016-2017 class of REAL Montana participants has just returned from a trip to Columbia. Guest host Jessica Sena will be visiting with members from the class to discuss their experience, including insights on Columbian agriculture, culture, and trade.  Want to participate in the next two-year course? Tune in to find out how! Resource Education and Agriculture Leadership (REAL) Montana is the first comprehensive two year program offering in-depth education and training in the agriculture and natural resource industries. These industries in Montana are facing unprecedented change due to new technologies, consumer preferences, environmental concerns, government regulation, and global trade. At the same time, the population base from which they draw their leadership is diminishing. Learn more at www.realmontana.org  
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  • Broadcasting Live from The G.A.T.E Show In Glendive
    Broadcasting Live from The G.A.T.E Show In Glendive
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.10
    sugar beet symposiumOnce again VOM is proud to make the GATE show an annual trip. Glendive Agri Trade Exposition is a great place to see the latest in technology and meet up with old friends.
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  • Robert Brown--Political Scholar
    Robert Brown--Political Scholar
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.13
    Robert BrownRobert Brown will join us for the whole hour speaking on the Article V Convention.
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  • Mark Sutherland--English Film Producer, Writer and Political Historian
    Mark Sutherland--English Film Producer, Writer and Political Historian
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.14
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    Mark Sutherland is a Film Producer whose latest script is called of "Between Lambs and Lions" See here a short 10 min clip Below is some information on the show. He will be calling in from London to give his views on Donald Trump, Brexit and his latest film script.

    In a dystopian vision of the future, not far from now, leaders pay lip service to the democratic process in what is called the 'New Republic' - a shell of what previously was the Western world. Laws are ushered through the 'House' by unelected 'Members' who agree with unanimous choruses of “Ayes”, stripping the nation of its last shreds of transparency, liberty and democracy. 'Between Lambs and Lions' follows Daniel Alesso, the one man who still believes in those values, being the thorn in the paw of the mighty totalitarian state. When the 'House' tries to pass a bill that outlaws any criticism of the regime and electing President Nebuchadnezzar ruler for life, he finally speaks out and begins to gain a following. Now a danger to the established elite will he be able to start the tides of change before they see fit to silence him?

    The following is a short extract from the finished feature script which the team behind it hope will gather enough interest to see their dream realised of bringing the story to the big screen.
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  • Legislative Report From Helena With The Democratic Party
    Legislative Report From Helena With The Democratic Party
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.15
    20170108_201832The democratic party gives us an update from the capitol in Helena.
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  • Senator Steve Daines (Beginning at 9:38) from Washington DC
    Senator Steve Daines (Beginning at 9:38) from Washington DC
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.16
    steve dainesHikingSteve is a lifelong sportsman and grew up in Bozeman, Montana. After attending public schools (K-12) in Bozeman, Steve worked his way through college at Montana State University and graduated with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. He spent thirteen years in a management role for Procter & Gamble, and then returned to Bozeman in 1997 to work in a family construction business.In 2000, Steve took on the role of VP at RightNow Technologies, a Bozeman-based cloud computing start-up company.  The company grew rapidly and became a publicly traded software company with 17 offices around the world, and products in over 30 languages. The company was acquired by Oracle in 2012 and remains one of Montana's largest commercial employers.  Steve was elected to serve as Montana’s United States Representative in 2012. During his time in the House, Daines championed legislation to expand responsible development of Montana’s energy resources, move forward meaningful forest management reform, increase transparency and accountability in government, and require members of Congress to balance the budget – or see their pay terminated.  Additionally, he passed the most significant public lands bill for Montana in over 30 years.   He was ranked the most effective first-term House member in 2013 and again in 2014. In the U.S. Senate, Daines is working on issues of critical importance to growing good-paying Montana jobs, developing our state’s energy resources, managing and protecting our public lands and supporting the needs of Montana’s veterans and tribes. He serves on the Senate Committees on Appropriations, Energy and Natural Resources, Commerce, and Indian Affairs.
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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
    2017.02.17
    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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  • Justice Democrat Lee "Link" Neimark - Candidate for US Congress
    Justice Democrat Lee "Link" Neimark - Candidate for US Congress
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.20
    Lee Link NeimarkLee Neimark in his words "I am a new kind of Democrat, a Justice Democrat  (this faction just formed), and I am running for US Congress (to replace Rep. Zinke).  Currently, I am one of 12 people (6 Dems and 6 Republicans) who have thrown their hats in the ring.  I have appeared at an online town hall meeting at MSUB on Feb 1st and also on MT Public Radio on Feb 6th.  I was wondering if your viewers would be interested in my platform?  Independents and Democrats as well as Republicans listen to your show.  At a minimum, I would expect that my appearance would lead to some spirited discussions."
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  • The Montana State Fire Chief's Association (MSFCA)
    The Montana State Fire Chief's Association (MSFCA)
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.21
    Montana-fire-chiefs-association-web-headerThe Montana State Fire Chiefs’ Association (MSFCA) is made up of fire service personnel at all levels, and provides opportunities for its membership to attend training and conferences throughout Montana. The Association encourages and supports its membership through their evolvement with many committees and grants. The Montana State Fire Chiefs’ Association is a member-driven association which values active and honest communication.
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  • Paul E. Vallely, Major General, US Army (ret) Current, Military Analyst
    Paul E. Vallely, Major General, US Army (ret) Current, Military Analyst
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.22
    illegal-immigration-is-a-crimePaul E. Vallely, Major General, US Army (ret) was born in DuBois, Pa. He retired in 1991 from the US Army as Deputy Commanding General, US Army, Pacific in Honolulu, Hawaii. General Vallely graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point and was commissioned in the Army in 1961 serving a distinguishing career of 32 years in the Army.General Vallely is a graduate of the Infantry School, Ranger and Airborne Schools, Jumpmaster School, the Command and General Staff School, The Industrial College of the Armed Forces and the Army War College. His combat service in Vietnam included positions as infantry company commander, intelligence officer, operations officer, military advisor and aide-de-camp. He has over fifteen (15) years experience in Special Operations, Psychological and Civil-Military Operations.He served in many overseas theaters to include Europe and the Pacific Rim Countries as well as two combat tours in Vietnam. He has served on US security assistance missions on civilian-military relations to Europe, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Indonesia and Central America with in-country experience in Indonesia, Columbia, El Salvador, Panama, Honduras and Guatemala. He has served as a consultant to the Commanding General of the Special Operations Command as well as the DOD Anti-Drug and Counter -Terrorist Task Forces. He also designed and developed the Host-Nation Support Program in the Pacific for DOD and the State Department. He has in-country security assistance – experience in Israel, Iraq, Kuwait, El Salvador, Columbia and Indonesia in the development of civil-military relations interfacing with senior level military and civilian leadership.General Vallely has been a military analyst on television and radio for over ten years. He is also a guest lecturer on National Security, international political, economic issues, strategic planning matters and the Global War against Radical Islam and other threats to America. He and LTG Thomas McInerney authored the book, “Endgame” – Blueprint for Victory for Winning the War on Terror”, “Warfooting” and “Baghdad Ablaze”. He is a member and founder of the Iran Policy Committee. He is the Chairman of the Stand Up America. He was the senior military analyst for the Fox News Channel from 2000 -2007. General Vallely conducts an average of 4-6 national radio show interviews per week and is well known for his published articles on a multitude of subjects and issues.He and his wife, Marian, are the co-trustees of the Scott Vallely Soldiers Memorial Fund and reside in Montana. He and Mrs. Vallely are deeply involved in state and local issues as well as supporting a multitude of community events and activities.
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  • U.S. House Candidate Rob Quist, Democrat
    U.S. House Candidate Rob Quist, Democrat
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.23
    Guest host Jessica Sena will interview Democratic candidate for U.S. House, Rob Quist, co-founder of Mission Mountain Wood Band.Source: www.robquistformontana.comRob was appointed by two governors and served three four year terms as a member of the Montana Arts Council. During which time he successfully lobbied both parties to keep funding for music, drama and art programs in our public schools, believing they are an integral part of a balanced education. He also developed an anti-bullying curriculum that has been widely adopted by schools across the state and declared a success. Rob was chosen by the Montana Dept. of Commerce as the state's cultural ambassador and visited Japan several times in that capacity. He is also the spokesman and fundraiser for the Montana Food Bank Network and has brought his musical talents to benefit their yearly food drive. Last year he created a school program designed to teach students about "native traditions" and the heritage of indigenous peoples and toured classrooms across the state with Mariah Gladstone.Rob Quist is the son of a Montana rancher and dry-land wheat farmer who grew up on a ranch north of Cut Bank, Mt. His family is still on the family farm, giving Rob an intimate understanding of the challenges faced by farm and ranch families in the state.Rob graduated from Cut Bank High school as Student Body President and co-captain of the State Championship Class B basketball team and went on to play basketball for the University of Montana. While attending the University of Montana, he co-founded the Mission Mountain Wood Band and toured nationwide for 12 years performing at colleges and concert venues across the country, appearing on National Television numerous times and charting original songs on Billboard’s top 100 songs.Rob returned to the state full time, married Bonni Willows Quist, settling on a horse ranch in Creston, Montana to raise his two children, Guthrie Quist and Halladay Quist. Determined to base his entertainment business in Montana, Quist opened his RQGN headquarters in Kalispell. As a small business owner, he has continually provided employment for up to 15 Montanans at any given time and is keenly aware of the challenges faced by small business owners in the state.He has used his platform as an entertainer to work tirelessly to enhance and strengthen his ties with Montana’s native people, co-producing “Western Harmony” with Blackfeet writer and entertainer, Jack Gladstone, with a message of hope and cooperation between cultures, “Spiritual Brothers of a Different Color”. The show received a production grant from the University of Montana’s Fine Arts Department and toured Montana during the State’s Centennial Celebration, celebrating Montana’s centennial with over 200 communities in our state.The Quist Family has long been involved with volunteer work in the state. Rob has served for many years as a spokesman for the Montana Food Bank as well as serving on the board of the Montana Arts Council, working with the Office of Public Instruction on school programs and the Department of Commerce on Cultural Exchange Programs. Bonni has worked as a teacher in the Flathead school system and served on the board of Ravenwood Outdoor Learning Center promoting outdoor activities for our youth. Halladay is currently on the Board of the Share Your Voice Foundation dedicated to helping young people find, cultivate, believe in, and share their voices in society through artistic programs. Guthrie and Halladay have shared their talent doing fundraisers to raise money for the Montana Food Bank to help provide for Montana families over the holidays. Montana has provided a lifetime of experiences and memories for the Quist Family and has been the inspiration for Rob’s muse for many years. 
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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
    2017.02.24
    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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  • Dave McEwen--President of the Montana Wool Growers Association
    Dave McEwen--President of the Montana Wool Growers Association
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.27
    sheep2The domestic sheep industry in conjunction with the Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks and the Wild Sheep Association held a symposium in Helena recently. Discussed was bighorn and domestic sheep management and interaction. Dave Mcewen of the MWGA will give us all an update on this timely issue.
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  • Jessica Sena--Broadcasting Live from Sidney, Montana
    Jessica Sena--Broadcasting Live from Sidney, Montana
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.02.28
    Jess HeadJessica will be broadcasting Live from Sidney, Mt
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  • Glendive Agri Trade Exposition---GATE SHOW
    Glendive Agri Trade Exposition---GATE SHOW
    All day
    2017.02.10
    40 Brethergate, Westwoodside, Doncaster DN9 2AE, UK
    Friday & Saturday. See the latest in Farm Equipment and more. Several different booths.At the EPEC in Glendive, MT.
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  • Lewis & Clark Lincoln/Reagan Dinner
    Lewis & Clark Lincoln/Reagan Dinner
    6:00 PM-9:00 PM
    2017.02.18
    All 6 candidates for congress will join Montana Attorney General Tim Fox and Senator Steve DainesRadisson Inn, 6 PM with Dinner 7pm Helena, Mt.
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