Voices of Montana Upcoming Show Calendar

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  • Terry Anderson "Can A Stronger Rule Of Law Help Lift The American Indian Nations Out Of Poverty?"
    Terry Anderson "Can A Stronger Rule Of Law Help Lift The American Indian Nations Out Of Poverty?"
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.01
    stream adjucationTerry Anderson is the former President of PERC and specializes in public land management, and the economics of property rights. He writes about what drives economic growth on American Indian reservations. Terry Anderson believes that a stronger rule of law on reservations could contribute to Indian nations rise out of poverty. Mr Anderson will join us for the entire hour.
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  • Congressman Ryan Zinke
    Congressman Ryan Zinke
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.02
    NBS12242015 273Congressman Ryan Zinke will be in-studio talking on the debate Thursday night against Denise Juneau and what's ever important to you. Call us at 866-627-5483.
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  • The Best of "Voices of Montana" Labor Day Special
    The Best of "Voices of Montana" Labor Day Special
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.05
    jon and guestOn Tuesday Voices of Montana was live from the Petroleum Appreciation Luncheon. Join us as we listen in once again to our guests.
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  • Alan Redfield, State Representative HD-61--Why Is 175 Miles Of The Yellowstone River Off Limits to You and Me?
    Alan Redfield, State Representative HD-61--Why Is 175 Miles Of The Yellowstone River Off Limits to You and Me?
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.06
    Fish Kill white fishA fish kill caused by a microscopic parasite prompted Montana wildlife officials to shut down 175 miles of the Yellowstone River and its tributaries to recreation last week. The unprecedented move was taken to prevent a parasite that causes kidney disease in fish from spreading to other rivers, or south into Yellowstone National Park.Tetracapsuloides bryosalmonae is a myxozoan parasite of salmonid fishes. It causes proliferative kidney disease, one of the most serious parasitic diseases of salmon populations in Europe and North America.fishThe disease has been documented previously in two isolated locations in central Montana over the past 20 years. Recent outbreaks have occurred in Washington, Oregon and Idaho, and it is known to occur in Canada and Europe as well.Other factors – high water temperatures, low stream flows and recreational stressors – in concert with this infection increase fish mortality. Environmental conditions overall on the Yellowstone River have been poor in terms of both flows and temperature, state officials say.On August 19, FWP implemented a complete closure to all water-based recreation on the Yellowstone River and its tributaries from Yellowstone National Park’s northern boundary in Gardiner to the Highway 212 bridge in Laurel.“The decision to close the river was not taken lightly,” said FWP in a statement.FWP Director Jeff Hagener said the decision to close the river came after weighing “the totality of the circumstances and risk to the fishery.”
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  • State Representative HD 97 Brad Tschida--"Political Lies Are Worse Than Ever"
    State Representative HD 97 Brad Tschida--"Political Lies Are Worse Than Ever"
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.07
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    Bob TschidaLowering Taxes Reducing government spending & regulations Removing barriers to business growth, creating more JOBS Promoting responsible development of our natural resources Returning healthcare options & control to Montanans Defending personal freedom & 2nd Amendment rights Protecting the resources & dignity of our seniors Expanding job training programs & advocacy for Veterans[1][2]
     
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  • Montana Child & Family Division--Are They Failing Montana Children?
    Montana Child & Family Division--Are They Failing Montana Children?
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.08
    DSC_0032Cleve Loney and other concerned citizens that call themselves "Grandparents Protective Service" Thinks that the state of Montana is failing our children. Join us as we learn about what this group has found.
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  • Ted Celeste--Leader Of Next Generation, A project Of The National Institute For Civil Discourse.
    Ted Celeste--Leader Of Next Generation, A project Of The National Institute For Civil Discourse.
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.09
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    HELENA –Saturday, Sept. 10, a day-long conference by the Burton K. Wheeler Center, titled

    “Divisiveness in Democracy: Enhancing Engagement in Montana” will focus on the changing

    political dynamics in Montana and the United States. It takes place from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at

    the Radisson Colonial Hotel in Helena.

    "The political climate in the US, from the Presidential and Congressional races, to state

    legislatures and city commissions, is as divisive as we've seen in our lifetimes,” said Eric Austin,

    a political science professor at Montana State University who is organizing the event. “We're

    bringing together scholars and practitioners who understand why things have gone wrong and

    how we can make politics more functional."

    Preceding the conference is a free public lecture by Ted Celeste, a former Ohio state

    representative who leads Next Generation, a project of the National Institute for Civil Discourse.

    Designed to inspire and support state legislators who want to promote greater understanding

    and better decision making through civil discourse, Next Generation holds half-day workshops

    for state legislators called "Building Trust Through Civil Discourse".

    Celeste’s lecture, “Revive Civility: Our Democracy Depends on It,” will include a history of NICD

    and its mission and some details about Next Generation. Tickets are free, but required, as space

    is limited.

    Former Montana Congressman Pat Williams will give the keynote address at noon Saturday.

    The conference will host panel discussions on “How Did We Get Here” and “Finding a Way

    Forward.” Panelists include veteran political reporter Chuck Johnson; former Billings Mayor

    Chuck Tooley; Former Montana Secretary of State and State Senate President Bob Brown; and

    representatives Jenny Eck (D-Helena) and Dan Zolnikov (R-Billings).

    Registration for the conference is required and includes participation in all of the day’s activities

    including lunch and a keynote presentation as well as materials produced during or as a result of

    the conference. Participants will also receive seating priority for the lecture as part of their

    registration.

    Registration is $85 for the general public, $35 for students and $40 for legislators.

    A limited number of rooms are available at a conference rate of $129. Lodging reservations may

    be made separately by contacting the Radisson Colonial at (406) 443-2100 or by visiting:

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  • Open Phone Free For All--866-627-5483
    Open Phone Free For All--866-627-5483
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.12
    blm charityCall us with you thoughts, Open phone Monday from 9 to 10 am
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  • Jeff Essmann--Chairman Of The Montana Republican Party (MTGOP)
    Jeff Essmann--Chairman Of The Montana Republican Party (MTGOP)
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.13
    GOP2On Saturday, June 26, 2015 delegates to the Montana Republican Party’s Officers’ Nominating Convention elected Jeff Essmann to serve as Chairman of the Montana Republican Party.“It is truly an honor to be elected as your next Chairman. I am ready to listen and to get to work to advance our cause and elect more Republicans to statewide office,” said Jeff Essmann, Chairman of the Montana Republican Party.“I want to thank former Chairman Will Deschamps for his selfless service and Dan Happel for his commitment to our party. I look forward to working with them both as we come together to grow the party and build on our success. Now is the time to unite as we work to make 2016 and beyond better for our cause and for Montana.”“Over the last several weeks I have been listening to Republicans across Montana about how we can grow the party and make our organization stronger. As Chairman, I pledge to be open, honest, and accountable to every member of our party and to listen, communicate, and work with every person who supports our cause. We have a lot of work to do between now and the 2016 elections. The time for action is now and I am ready to get to work.”
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  • Steve Zabawa-SafeMontana- Will I-176 "Anti-Marijuana Law" Be On The November Ballot?
    Steve Zabawa-SafeMontana- Will I-176 "Anti-Marijuana Law" Be On The November Ballot?
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.14
    Mt flagSteve Zabawa with SafeMontana will be in studio answering your calls about I-176.  Other people say that the Initiative will keep those needing Medical Marijuana from getting it.
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  • Montana State Senator and Americans Lands Council of Montana's Chief CEO - Jennifer Fielders
    Montana State Senator and Americans Lands Council of Montana's Chief CEO - Jennifer Fielders
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.16
    Jennifer FieldersThe American Lands Council  is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to secure local control of Western Public Lands by transferring certain public lands to willing states.Join us and call in with your questions at 866-627-5483
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  • Phil Kerpen-President of American Commitment
    Phil Kerpen-President of American Commitment
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.19
    eagle and con conTaxpayers are at risk as Obamacare crumbles. United health and Humana are both pulling out. Taxpayers will get stuck with the bill.
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  • Ed Martin--President of Eagle Forum
    Ed Martin--President of Eagle Forum
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.20
    EdMartin_f_improf_199x266Ed Martin was elected President of Eagle Forum by the Board of Directors on Jan. 31, 2015. Phyllis Schlafly, whom the Board elevated to Chairman of the Board and CEO, said, “Ed Martin is uniquely qualified and prepared to carry on the essential educational and political leadership of Eagle Forum that has made it the premier organization of grassroots volunteers in the conservative movement. He is fully commited to all the values and principles that Eagle Forum has always espoused.”Ed is a lawyer who holds advanced degrees in medical ethics and philosophy and was awarded post-graduate fellowships in Italy and in Indonesia. Ed has served as Chairman of the Missouri Republican Party and as a member of the Republican National Committee. He was chief of staff for Missouri Governor Matt Blunt, where he helped Missouri to pass pro-life and school-choice legislation. Having run for office, Ed is well versed in political strategy and tactics, how candidates win and lose, and how legislation is passed and defeated..Ed and his wife Carol, a physician specializing in geriatric internal medicine, live in St. Louis with their two sons and two daughters.
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  • Jim Brandau--Soda Butte Creek Rotenone Poison Project
    Jim Brandau--Soda Butte Creek Rotenone Poison Project
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.21
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    State officials have proposed trading electrofishing gear for poison on a popular Yellowstone-area stream, an idea that has some anglers upset.
    The project, which is now open for public comment, would use rotenone, an EPA-approved piscicide, to kill all fish in the upper 38 miles of Soda Butte Creek upstream of Ice Box Canyon and restock it with genetically pure Yellowstone cutthroat trout.
    The stream begins in the mountains near Cooke City and runs into the Lamar River. It is popular among fly-fishers for its scenic views and population of native Yellowstone cutthroats.
     But non-native brook trout live in the upper part of the stream. Biologists say brook trout threaten cutthroat by sharing habitat and competing for food.
    State and federal officials worry that brook trout could spread into the Lamar River, one of a few strongholds for Yellowstone cutthroat.
    Over the past two decades, state and federal biologists have prevented that through electrofishing — shocking fish and killing the brook trout.
    But those efforts haven’t done enough, biologists say, and won’t eradicate brook trout. Poisoning the stream, which they hope to begin in August, will make it unfishable for at least 30 days and kill all fish in the area — including a population of slightly hybridized Yellowstone cutthroats.
    Richard Parks, longtime owner of Parks Fly shop in Gardiner, said poisoning the stream is too much and that the state should continue electrofishing. He equated the change in approach to using a “sledgehammer as a fly swatter.”
    “It just seems to be massive overkill,” Parks said.
    Parks said hundreds of people fish the upper portion of the stream each year. It’s tougher to access than the lower part — which won’t be poisoned — but is valuable to anglers who want to fish Soda Butte Creek but “don’t want to have to take a number.”
    Livingston resident Jim Brandau agreed with Parks and said the stream is very important.
    “It’s one of my favorite streams in that whole area of the park,” he said.
    The public comment period on the proposal closes Friday, and a decision notice is likely in the next few weeks.
    But, so far, it appears the state is sticking to its plan.
    FWP biologist Mike Ruggles said people want to see pure, native cutthroats in the stream, and getting rid of brook trout is one way to be sure those fish are successful.
    “They’re driving to Cooke City to catch cutthroat,” not brook or rainbow trout, Ruggles said. “It’s something that’s unique to the Yellowstone ecosystem.”
    Fellow FWP biologist Jason Rhoten, who is working on the project, said electrofishing had suppressed the population, but hasn’t stopped the fish from moving downstream.
    “We know that they’re moving,” Rhoten said.
     “The rotenone application probably isn’t going to get every single brook trout either,” Parks said.
    Rhoten is confident, though, and said one successful poison operation this summer would save FWP the annual cost of sending electrofishing crews to Soda Butte Creek every summer, like the department has been doing since the early 90s.
    The government also has support from one of the state’s major fishing groups, Montana Trout Unlimited.
    Bruce Farling, the group’s executive director, agreed that people like fishing for a unique species and added that native species are best suited for the environment.
    “Native fish have the genes,” Farling said. “They’ve survived fires, volcanoes, drought.”
    Farling favors most projects to restore native fish and noted that poison has been used on several streams, including Cherry Creek, a Madison River tributary.
    “This is not a unique project. Projects of this scale and larger have been successful,” he said.
    Still, people like Brandau aren’t thrilled about the potential for one of their favorite streams to be shut down.
    “Even from across the country this would still tick me off,” Brandau said.
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  • Mayor Of Kalispell Mark Johnson & Joe Unttereiner President of the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce
    Mayor Of Kalispell Mark Johnson & Joe Unttereiner President of the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.22
    KalispellMark Johnson, Mayor of Kalispell and Joe Unttereiner President of the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce will be our guest. Some fantastic things are happening in Kalispell including the medical community. Join us and learn more about Kalispell, Montana.
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  • Broadcasting Live From The Jobs, Business, Economy Seminar from The University of Montana Campus
    Broadcasting Live From The Jobs, Business, Economy Seminar from The University of Montana Campus
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.23
    UM CampusLive from the newest building on the University of Montana Campus, The Gilkey building. We will be talking to the new director of the UM center for enterprise and executive development, Kate McGoldrick. Also as our guest will be Bill Whitsitt from the Greater Montana Foundation.
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  • Montana Research and Cures - I-182 To Promote Reaserch For Treatments and Cures For Brain Diseaseses
    Montana Research and Cures - I-182 To Promote Reaserch For Treatments and Cures For Brain Diseaseses
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.26
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    I-181 will promote research into treatments and cures for brain diseases and disorders like Alzheimer's, MS, traumatic brain injuries, and PTSD.

    A side from the candidates themselves, the 2016 Republican and Democratic Conventions felt oddly familiar. Both parties had elaborate stages and podiums, slick video introductions, recognized musicians, goodies for their guests and no shortage of balloons.

    And yet, Americans might be surprised to learn that this was the first time since 1974 that their tax dollars weren't used to pay for these conventions.
    Eric Cantor
    Two years ago, Congress passed and President Barack Obama signed into law the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act. This bill terminated taxpayer funding for the production of the major party conventions and redirected it toward a more worthy cause: researching cures for children's diseases. (The one exception: The federal government will continue to fund security costs at the two conventions, as it has since the 2001 terrorist attacks.)
    In 2012, the U.S. government spent just over $18 million of our tax dollars on each of the party conventions. In 2008, expenses for the four-day soirees included more than $6 million in salaries, $1.6 million for catering, $350,000 for music, films, and photography and $20,000 for gift bags and trinkets. However, federal funding didn't cover the entire cost of those or prior conventions. The two parties and the local host committees raised millions in additional private funds to stage the events.
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  • Gil Gasper and theMontana Farm Bureau Presents-Hoofin It For Hunger in Miles City, Montana
    Gil Gasper and theMontana Farm Bureau Presents-Hoofin It For Hunger in Miles City, Montana
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.27
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    243 FORT KEOGH ROADMiles City, MT US 59301
    Description
    Join us for this scenic trail run that takes you through fields, pastures and along the banks of the Yellowstone River just outside of Miles City.  Run/walk the 1 mile, 5K, 10K or 1/2 marathon...all for a good cause!  All proceeds go to the Montana Food Bank Network.
    Race Contact Info
    If you have any questions about this race, please contact the race director at sueanns@mfbf.org
    Pre-Race Dinner & Packet Pick-Up
    Get into town early and join us for a dinner from 5:00-7:00pm on Friday, October 7 at the Range Riders Museum in Miles City. It is FREE to all race registrants and packet pick-up will be available. Bring a friend too...its a freewill donation for guests.
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  • State Representative Vince Ricci & Why Is The State Not Cooperating With The Laurel Intake Project.
    State Representative Vince Ricci & Why Is The State Not Cooperating With The Laurel Intake Project.
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.28
    DSC_0006The City of Laurel is recovering from an exposed intake due to the 2011 flooding event. It took 4 years for the FEMA, EPA, Montana DEQ and Army Corpse of Engineers to approve the new  intake project which has an approved FEMA project work sheet number under the Presidential Disaster Declaration # FEMA-1996-DR-MT.  Why cant the Laurel officials get any answers from the Bullock administration on when this project will get underway? State representative Vince Ricci and Laurel resident Thomas Nelson will be joining me and we will talk about the states obligations. The city of Laurel had asked for a decision from them (State) in two weeks, Its now been over 5 weeks. The city will be issuing a state wide press release next week detailing this issue and showing beyond a reasonable doubt, that the State of Montana is obligated to and must pay their share of the approved FEMA work sheets for this disaster which is 25% of the approved total. This cost share is standard practice and has been paid by the State to Counties and Municipalities for many years now. 
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  • Jeff Krauss and the Montana Marijuana Legalization Initiative, CI-115
    Jeff Krauss and the Montana Marijuana Legalization Initiative, CI-115
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.29
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    CI-115 amends Article II, Section 14, of the Montana Constitution to establish that adultshave the right to purchase, consume, and possess marijuana, subject to age limitations set by the Legislature or through ballot initiative. Federal criminal laws regarding marijuana will not be changed by the passage of this initiative, so the proposed constitutional initiative would not prevent prosecution of individuals in Montana under federal law. CI-115, if passed by the electorate, will become effective on January 1, 2017.[ ] YES on Initiative I-175[ ] NO on Initiative I-175[2]
     
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  • The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley - Brexit And Other Things British!
    The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley - Brexit And Other Things British!
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.30
    uk 2The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley will be in Montana beginning September 28th.Christopher Walter Monckton, 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley (born 14 February 1952) is a British public speaker[1] and hereditary peer. He is known for his work as a journalist, Conservativepolitical advisor, UKIP political candidate, and for his invention of the mathematical puzzle Eternity.[2]Early on in his public speaking career topics centred on his mathematical puzzle and conservative politics.[1] In recent years his public speaking has garnered attention due to his advocacy of climate change denial[3][4][5][6] and his views on the European Union[7] and social policy
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  • Congressman Zinke Debate with Candidate Denise Juneau
    Congressman Zinke Debate with Candidate Denise Juneau
    6:00 PM-8:00 PM
    2016.09.01
    Montana State University Billings, Billings, MT, United States
    Mt flagBillingsdebate is this Thursday, September 1, at 7:00PM. It will be held at thePetro Theater on the Montana State University-Billings campus. Doors openat 6:00PM, so we are encouraging people to arrive as early at 5:00PM to ensure their spot in line.2015 12 14 - Ryan Zinke at Woolgrowers6616879_G
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  • BURN THE POINT 2016 Labor DAY WEEKEND
    BURN THE POINT 2016 Labor DAY WEEKEND
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    Billings, MT, United States
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    BURN THE POINT” PARADE

    If you come to watch:

    Friday night, September 2 of Labor Day weekend, the parade brings the streets to life at 6:30 when the first of over 500 cars cross N 27th ST to rumble down 3rd AV N to the delight of as many as 12,000 spectators. We don’t know how to count them, but that was the estimate of last year’s crowd. They fill the streets, parking lots, parking garages and sidewalks. Kurt Anthony and Major Dan Miller from MOJO 92.5 FM announce the cars from the front of ST Francis Upper School and the Babcock Theater, respectively. As thebucky beaver pic 2y rumble back across N 27th ST Bucky Beaver and the Groundgrippers fire up on Broadway and there is dancing in the streets. This is a holiday worth staying in town for.

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    Burn.Show5.resized.JPGIF YOU WANT TO ENTER THE PARADE:

    Staging begins at 5:00 PM on 3rd Ave North.  Enter at N 13th Street, West on 3rd Avenue North and join the line; registration folks will come to you. The $10 fee helps cover the insurance and other expenses. Once on the parade route, you do not have to obey the lights as traffic is blocked to the other streets. We know it is horribly tempting, but our permit is dependent upon NO BURNOUTS. Candy cannot be thrown from the cars, and no signs are allowed on vehicles. The entries are limited to cars and light trucks, only.

    “BURN THE POINT” CLASSIC CAR SHOW

    Burn.Show6.resized.JPGComing to see the show:

    Saturday at 10 am the show opens to several thousand folks who pour over the classic cars on display at Rocky Mountain College Fields on the South side of campus, off Poly Drive. For only $3 (or $2 and a Pepsi Can) you can take your time looking these beauties over. Almost 300 strong, there’s a lot to look at. A variety of vendors offer food and beverages on what is always a sunny summer day. Over a hundred trophies are given, and the judges are the sponsors of the trophies; can’t be more fair than that. A lot full of cars, music, good food and drink…how do you beat a day like that for 3 bucks? nodogsallowed-300x300As much as we love dogs, they are not allowed at the show, so please leave fido at home. While you are here, there is also a swap-meet and a car corral going on.  Parking —  Off Rimrock RD, 13th Street W, 17th ST W, and 1st Presbyterian Church (SW corner of 13th & Poly) We will have shuttle service from the upper parking lots and Handicap Parking (use West Poly Dr. entrance).

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  • GOLD BUCKLE PRCA RODEO
    GOLD BUCKLE PRCA RODEO
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    2016.09.03-2016.09.04
    Rodeo Drive, Dillon, MT 59725, USA
    Performance TimesSaturday September 3rd at 7:30pmSunday September 4th at 2:00pmWild Horse Race Calcutta Friday night at Lions DenSaturday nights at Elks

    Both nights starting at 11PMStock ContractorSankey Pro RodeoTicket PricesPrices per performance:General Admission- $15.00Grandstands, Chutes- $25.00

    Box Seats - $200.00-$400.00Gold Buckle Club - $2500.00
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  • Gil Gasper and theMontana Farm Bureau Presents-Hoofin It For Hunger in Miles City, Montana
    Gil Gasper and theMontana Farm Bureau Presents-Hoofin It For Hunger in Miles City, Montana
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2016.09.27
    hoofin it for hunger
    243 FORT KEOGH ROADMiles City, MT US 59301
    Description
    Join us for this scenic trail run that takes you through fields, pastures and along the banks of the Yellowstone River just outside of Miles City.  Run/walk the 1 mile, 5K, 10K or 1/2 marathon...all for a good cause!  All proceeds go to the Montana Food Bank Network.
    Race Contact Info
    If you have any questions about this race, please contact the race director at sueanns@mfbf.org
    Pre-Race Dinner & Packet Pick-Up
    Get into town early and join us for a dinner from 5:00-7:00pm on Friday, October 7 at the Range Riders Museum in Miles City. It is FREE to all race registrants and packet pick-up will be available. Bring a friend too...its a freewill donation for guests.
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