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September 2021

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Energy for the West: Live at the Montana Petroleum Association Meeting
9:00 am - 10:00 am
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The Last Great Chief and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
9:00 am - 10:00 am
We’ll go back and forth in history, as 100 years ago Chief Plenty Coups traveled to Washington D.C. to pray a Crow blessing at the dedication of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. This year, to mark the anniversary, the Chief Plenty Coups Honor Guard is planning a similar ceremony. We’ll find out more about the events an , ...
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Fraud Watch Friday: Imposter Scams
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Virtual kidnapping – is that a thing? Yes, and it’s a scam that victimized nearly 200 Montanans last year for losses totaling more than $400-thousand dollars. Find out how these scammers operate, and protect yourself. Join us for Fraud Watch Friday, with special guest FBI Special Agent Drew Scown. , ...
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DNRC Director Amanda Kaster & State Auditor Troy Downing
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Director of the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Amanda Kaster joins the show to discuss ongoing efforts to conserve Montana’s sage grouse population along with an update on the historic wildfire season. Later, Montana’s State Auditor and Veteran Troy Downing will share his thoughts on Ameri , ...
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Lives from the Made in Montana Trade Show
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Acting Director of the Montana Department of Agriculture, Christi Clark, and Montana Commerce Director Scott Osterman will come along side as Voices of Montana is live at the Made in Montana Trade Show. We’ll be talking with Montana entrepreneurs on the show room floor about their unique made in Montana products. , ...
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Auditing Election Integrity
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Numerous states have enacted election integrity statues: many coming in the aftermath of the 2020 election where lingering doubts of its veracity are still found among the electorate. Many Americans have also strongly expressed their reservations about a couple of bills passed by the House of Representatives that they , ...
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APR’s American Serengeti Versus Montana’s Rural America
9:00 am - 10:00 am
For the folks who make a living in rural America working and stewarding the land, the plans of an environmental non-profit to create an “American Serengeti” in Montana may feel like a swipe at their core values. At a public meeting tonight in Malta, many of them will have an opportunity to voice their opposition to the , ...
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Big Budgets, and Gray Wolf Status Review: Congressman Matt Rosendale & NAMI Walks Montana
9:00 am - 10:00 am
With Congress back in session, Representative Matt Rosendale will join us in studio to talk about what’s on the agenda in the U.S. House. Front and center is a budget proposal that calls for $68 trillion in spending over the next 10 years. We’ll also talk about the Biden Administration’s decision late Wednesday to auth , ...
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Infrastructure, Drought, and Healthcare: Governor Greg Gianforte & Dr. Eric Arzubi
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Governor Greg Gianforte will be in-studio to discuss funding Montana’s infrastructure needs, to update us on the update to Montana’s drought and water supply plan, and talk about Montana’s response to the surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations. Following that, Dr. Eric Arzubi, one of Montana’s leading mental health special , ...
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Youth Suicide: Montana Should Lead the Way in Prevention, Not Occurrence
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Youth suicide rates in Montana are nearly double the national average. Shodair Children’s Hospital has been on the front lines in the battle to prevent suicide since 1896, and is one of the state’s few acute (emergency) mental healthcare facilities. September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and today we talk with , ...
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