VOM Podcasts

Here are the latest Voices of Montana Podcasts available for you to download!

US Marshall Rod Ostermiller, First Year Review and Taking Your Questions

US Marshall Rod Ostermiller, First Year Review and Taking Your Questions

As the United States Marshal for the state of Montana, Ostermiller oversees all operational and administrative activities to include but not limited to; judicial security, fugitive operations, tactical operations, prisoner operations, asset forfeiture, financial management, and a number of other mission related functions. By listening, you will learn what is ...
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Live From The Miles City Bucking Horse Sale

Live From The Miles City Bucking Horse Sale

We took the show on the road to the Bucking Horse Sale in Miles City. If your in the area, stop by the new Ag Advancement Center (across the road from the Miles City Livestock Commission) We talked with Stacy Klippenstein, Miles Community College President Wally Badgett, MCC Equine Science ...
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Federal Work being done to change forest and grizzly bear management

Federal Work being done to change forest and grizzly bear management

Congressman Greg Gianforte filled us in on hearings being held by the Natural Resources Committee regarding forest management reform and Grizzly bears.   The reforms that include tort reform and doing what is necessary to have healthy forests and less wildfires ...
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Industrial Hemp: The Opportunities and Challenges for MT Farmers

Industrial Hemp: The Opportunities and Challenges for MT Farmers

Today on Voices of Montana, Colter Brown had an exciting show talking about industrial hemp. With grain prices the lowest they’ve been in several years, hemp has become an interesting opportunity for Montana farmers. We were joined by Conrad farmer Colby Johnson who’s been growing hemp from years and will ...
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Matt Rosendale and the Fallout from the Governor’s Veto Pen

Matt Rosendale and the Fallout from the Governor’s Veto Pen

Beyond the Headlines: State Auditor Matt Rosendale was on the show to talk about the Legislative Session and how the bills that Governor Bullock has vetoed will impact Montanans ...
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Jim Brown gives his take on the 2019 Legislative Session

Jim Brown gives his take on the 2019 Legislative Session

Attorney Jim Brown gave us his unique perspective on how the legislative session turned out. He also made a special announcement during the show ...
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Those Darn Obnoxious Weeds – What are you Going to do?

Those Darn Obnoxious Weeds – What are you Going to do?

Taylor Brown talked to the experts on how to deal with obnoxious weeds. It doesn't matter if you have a small garden, a yard, or a large operation. This show is for you. One of our guests was Becky Kington who has been the Executive Director of the Montana Weed ...
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Do you know what to do if there is an Active Shooter where you work?

Do you know what to do if there is an Active Shooter where you work?

Surviving an active shooter incident might seem unbelievable for many people. But not for those who are mentally prepared and have sharpened their wits for just such an event. That is the belief and mission of Patrick Hoy; to help people keep from being victimized by an armed killer whose ...
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What does being the first Clerk of the MT Supreme Court in 30 years look like?

What does being the first Clerk of the MT Supreme Court in 30 years look like?

This year, Bowen Greenwood was sworn in as the first new Clerk of the Supreme Court in 30 years. We touched base with Bowen on how the first 5 months in office has gone and what plans he has for his role into the future ...
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Small Business Assistance for Veterans and Their Spouses and Small Business Administration and How You Can Access Their Services

Small Business Assistance for Veterans and Their Spouses and Small Business Administration and How You Can Access Their Services

We spoke with Dustin Frost, the Region 8 Director for the Veterans Business Outreach Centers. The program is designed to provide entrepreneurial development services such as business training, counseling and resource partner referrals to transitioning service members, veterans, National Guard & Reserve members and military spouses interested in starting or ...
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It's Surprising that There Are Federal Payments Still Going To Dead People

It’s Surprising that There Are Federal Payments Still Going To Dead People

This week Congressman Greg Gianforte will discuss the bipartisan bill he introduced with Cheri Bustos of Illinois called the “Stopping Improper Payments to Deceased People Act” We also took. any questions you have for the Congressman ...
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Beyond the Headlines: What Does SB 239 Accomplish for Rural Broadband and Why would the Governor Consider a veto?

Beyond the Headlines: What Does SB 239 Accomplish for Rural Broadband and Why would the Governor Consider a veto?

We got beyond the headlines in talking about Senate Bill 239, currently awaiting the Governor’s signature. We talked with Geoff Feiss, Executive Director of the MT Telecommunications Association about how providing a moratorium on property taxes for new broadband fiber and cable will benefit the expansion of new coverage in ...
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Can the MT Manufacturing Extension Center help your business?

Can the MT Manufacturing Extension Center help your business?

We spoke with Paddy Fleming, The Director of the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center. This was a great opportunity to learn more about the Center and how they can potentially help your business grow and prosper. Paddy has over 27 years of experience in leading, managing and improving manufacturing businesses.  He ...
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Libby Superfund Sites Update

Libby Superfund Sites Update

Most people have heard about the Libby Asbestos Superfund site, but most have not heard about the Water Contamination Superfund Site.  We spoke with Stan Christensen, the Remedial Section Chief with EPA Superfund and Emergency Response Division about both sites ...
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Have you thought about starting a business or whether your business structure is the right one?

Have you thought about starting a business or whether your business structure is the right one?

We kicked off Small Business Week with Attorney Martha Goodloe. In this Voices of Montana podcast, you will all about the legalities of being a business owner ...
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What is going on at the PSC with Commissioner Tony O'Donnell

What is going on at the PSC with Commissioner Tony O’Donnell

Public Service Commissioner Tony O’Donnell caught us up on PSC Business. He also gave us his viewpoint on Colstrip. Tony O’Donnell was elected to District 2 of the Montana public service Commission in November 2016. His district encompasses most of South West Montana, including: Yellowstone, Carbon, Big Horn, Treasure, Rosebud, ...
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AARP Fraud Watch Friday: "Do Not Call" Scams and Annoying RoboCalls

AARP Fraud Watch Friday: “Do Not Call” Scams and Annoying RoboCalls

Con artists are posing as Federal Trade Commission workers and calling people about the Do Not Call registry… We found out what you can do to combat these calls. You get a phone call, you look at the caller ID, You don’t recognize the call – but maybe you should ...
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Insight on Journalism Today from a Retired Industry Professor

Insight on Journalism Today from a Retired Industry Professor

Retired Journalism Professor Bill Knowles gives insight to the current climate of Journalism, the changes impacting the University of Montana Journalism School and his book on the history of broadcasting in the state ...
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