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Worden Family’s Experience with Muscular Dystrophy

Paul and Laura Heaton's son Grant is five years old and was diagnosed with Duchenne Musecular Dystrophy at the age ...
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It’s All About Schools! Safety, Funding, Report Cards, and What Happened During the Legislative Process

How are our schools doing? We had Superintendent Elsie Arntzen on the show to talk about:

Legislative Update: Medicaid Expansion Bill with Ed Buttrey

We spoke with Representative Ed Buttrey about the Medicaid Expansion bill that passed out of the legislature and is heading ...
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Legislative Update: The Infrastructure Bonding Bill With Mike Hopkins

Legislative Update: We spoke with Representative Mike Hopkins about the Infrastructure Bonding Bill. The $80 Million bill provides a framework ...
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Beyond Colstrip, What is The Montana Electric Supply Plan and Why Should You Care?

We spoke with John D. Hines, NorthWestern Energy Vice President of  Supply and Montana Government Affairs. By listening to this episode, ...
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Learn How a Montana Rancher is Putting USDA Conservation Programs into Action

Tom Watson is the State Conservationist for Montana USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). He gave us a general overview ...
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Celebrating Earth Day by Recognizing Agriculture’s Contribution to Improving Water Quality

For Earth Day we took a moment to celebrate agricultural producers as key partners in improving water quality. The guest ...
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What is going on with the Berkeley Pit and the Butte Superfund Site?

We had Joe Vranka;  the EPA Region 8 Montana Superfund Unit Supervisor on to give us an update on the ...
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Update from Congress: A Conversation with US Rep. Greg Gianforte

Montana’s lone Congressman, Greg Gianforte, was on the show and gave us an update on current legislation. He took listener ...
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Jon Bennion, Chief Deputy Attorney General and 2020 Candidate for Attorney General

Jon Bennion currently serves as the Chief Deputy Attorney General and also recently announced his bid Attorney General in 2020 ...
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Worden Family’s Experience with Muscular Dystrophy

Paul and Laura Heaton’s son Grant is five years old and was diagnosed with Duchenne Musecular Dystrophy at the age of three. The Worden Montana family is asking for help from sellers of cattle. Please bring in a calf yearling cow or whatever you can to Billings Livestock for a special sale September 19th. Debra […]

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December 31 - January 06
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    Happy New Year! Best of Voices of Montana Presentation.

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2018.01.01

    We start the year off with another VOM replay of an earlier broadcasted show.

  • 02

    Jack Pelham-Author & Founder of Society for Reality-Based Thinking

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2018.01.02

     

    Bio for Jack Pelham

    1. Founder of the Society for Reality-Based Thinking
    2. Author (See titles below.)
    3. Musical Director for Sing, Montana! Men’s Chorus and Harmonic Fraternity
    4. Co-founder of The Pelham School of Arts & Sciences, Laurel, MT.
    5. Sole Proprietor of Big Sky Paintless—providing Paintless Dent Repair services for Montana body shops.

    Books

    1. The Extraordinary Visit of Benjamin True: The State of the Union as no one else would tell it
      Available now on Amazon.com
    2. Reality-Based Thinking: How everyone—including you—can think better
      Non-fiction.  Available on Amazon in January 2018.
    3. What the Bible Says About Thinking
      Non-fiction. Available on Amazon in January 2019.

     

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    Geoff Feiss--General Manager of the Montana Telecommunications Associations

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2018.01.03

    On May 17, 1955, the Montana Telephone Association was founded in Great Falls, MT. Now called the Montana Telecommunications Association (MTA) and located in Helena, MT. MTA continues to provide public policy advocacy and consultation, communications, training and education, trade shows and related services to independent rural telecommunications service providers throughout Montana. The Association is actively engaged in state and federal legislative and regulatory affairs.

    MTA member companies provide advanced telecommunications services to business and residential consumers in Montana. MTA members have over $500 million of fixed investment in place, and they invest over $80 million each year in capital and operating expenditures. With tens of thousands of miles of fiber optic facilities (over 20,000 miles) deployed throughout the state (see the Montana Fiber Map link), MTA members provide access to high speed broadband Internet service to over 80% (and often near 100%) of their customers. To learn more about how MTA members are conquering the challenge of low population density and high deployment costs, download the State of Rural Broadband Report at BroadbandMT.com.

    MTA’s ConnectMT™ Initiative, announced in March 2014, adopts a goal to deliver up to gigabit broadband speeds to Montana’s school, libraries and other anchor institutions by 2020. MTA members took a major step in fulfilling this commitment by announcing that every school they serve will have fiber connectivity by the end of 2017. By investing in tomorrow’s technology today, MTA members are connecting rural Montana to the future.

  • 04

    Troy Downing--Candidate For US Senate.

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2018.01.04

    A proud Montanan, Troy Downing has planted roots here and invested in the land and people who make our state. 

    Troy Downing began his career in education as a research scientist and educator at one of the largest private universities in the country. Troy would later found a technology startup company that would go on to merge with Yahoo!. Then came September 11th, 2001. Deeply affected by 9/11, Troy enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and served eight years in a Combat Search and Rescue squadron, including serving in two deployments to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom where Troy helped to evacuate countless wounded warriors off the battlefield.

    Today here at home, Troy continues to support our wounded warriors and is actively involved with and serves on the advisory board of “Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation,” which uses fly fishing and Montana’s natural beauty as a simple but powerfully effective healing therapy for our traumatically wounded veterans. Across Montana, Troy has worked side-by-side with organizations supporting at-need families, at-risk youth, our veterans, and our schools, including the local school in Big Sky and the Performing Arts Center. Troy now has a successful career in commercial real estate but once again heard the call to serve his state and country. Troy Downing feels the threat to our American Dream from the career politicians and special interests.

    Troy is dedicated to defending our principles and ideals. Troy firmly believes that we need a true conservative in Washington to stand up for Montana against the federal government whenever necessary. Troy is a strong supporter of smaller government, the 2nd Amendment, and economic prosperity for all through lower taxes. An avid outdoorsman and hunter, Troy is a strong defender of public access to our great lands for recreational purposes.

    Troy Downing is married to his wife Heather and they have four children. 

  • 05

    Montana Senator Duane Ankney & Colstrip United Founder, Lori Shaw.

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2018.01.05

    We get an up to the minute update from Colstrip, Montana and just when will we see a closure and what will close?

    What has the town of Colstrip and its citizens been told about their future and how many people will be let go and move away?

    We will get some answers.

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Worden Family’s Experience with Muscular Dystrophy

Paul and Laura Heaton’s son Grant is five years old and was diagnosed with Duchenne Musecular Dystrophy at the age of three. The Worden Montana family is asking for help from sellers of cattle. Please bring in a calf yearling cow or whatever you can to Billings Livestock for a special sale September 19th. Debra […]

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