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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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Coming up on Voices of Montana

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February
  • 11

    Denise Johnson - Council Member With The Montana Child Protection Alliance

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2019.02.11

    With the legislature now in session, Denise offers up some information on what bills the MCPA favors.

  • 12

    Tom Calvin Author Of Wild Bill: The True Story Of The Frontiers First Gunslinger, WILD BILL HICKOK

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2019.02.12
    His name was Jim, but James Butler Hickok became WILD BILL. He was an icon, a superstar, more famous in his day than the President. Wild Bill Hickok was an American frontier legend.
     
    Tom Clavin, author of the #1 NY Times bestseller Dodge City, returns to the Wild West with WILD BILL: The True Story of the American Frontier’s First Gunslinger. WILD BILL is dramatic, thoroughly researched and completely entertaining. 
     
    Hickok’s was a gunslinger, a “shootist” – the American frontier’s first and most famous. His reputation and fame were both a blessing and a curse. While he “never killed a man who didn’t need killing,” many of the men he sent to Boot Hill had come to shoot him simply to gain a reputation of their own.
     
    Before he earned the moniker WILD BILL, Jim Hickok was just another young man looking for adventure. He was a successful Union spy, working behind enemy lines. He was a scout, mule team driver and sharpshooter.  But his life changed in 1865 when the first ever recorded quick-draw duel left former friend Davis Tutt dead on the street.
     
    An 1867 article in New Harper’s Monthly Magazine introduced the world to Wild Bill and gave him a reputation he spent his life living up to.  He looked and dressed the part: tall, thin, handsome, fearless, generous, and a wizard with his matched Colt pistols. Men feared him; women loved him. (And to add to his appeal with the latter, he bathed every day, a true anomaly in the Old West.)
     
    Hickok became a U.S. Marshall, imposing law and order on several lawless Western towns. He gambled, worked, and socialized with the likes of General George Armstrong Custer, Buffalo Bill Cody, John Wesley Hardin, and Frank and Jesse James.
     
    The women in Hickok’s life were as remarkable as the men. Though usually linked with Calamity Jane, the real love of his life was Agnes Lake, the first American woman to own a circus. Lake is an unsung legend herself, and Clavin hopes to change that.
     
    Wild Bill’s death was as dramatic as his life. He was shot from behind holding aces and eights, forever after known as the Dead Man’s Hand.
    You are scheduled with Tom Clavin (WILD BILL) on 2/12/19 @ 9:00amMT for 60 minutes. I’ll have the book shipped to you tomorrow and will reconfirm with phones, sites and related information two business days before the interview.
  • 13

    Montana Legislative Report With Legislators-Wendy McKamey, Ross Fitzgerald, Brian Hoven & Ed Buttrey

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2019.02.13

    We talk weekly to many Legislators and this week is no different. Join us Wednesday for the very latest from your Montana lawmakers.

     

  • 14

    Whats New With Country of Origin Labeling & Cell Cultured Meat Plus US Congressman Greg Gianforte

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2019.02.14

    We get the latest on COOL from the Montana Farmers Union plus, we talk to Congressman Gianforte for a rundown of the week in DC.

    This should be an interesting discussion with debate on the Border Wall and the large division between Republicans and Democrats in Washington.

  • 15

    Kori Anderson-Director of Communications, Montana Livestock Association & Senate Bill 206 the "Country of Origin Labeling Or The (COOL) Bill

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2019.02.15

    According to the Montana Livestock Association’s Kori Anderson “While it is being called a COOL bill, it actually doesn’t accomplish COOL. There are some pretty big flaws with the legislation as proposed and we would love to be able to chat about it on the show”

    www.mtbeef.org

    Also, Former Billings TV news anchor and current Author, Gus Koernig has a new book out!

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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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