Podcasts

Tow Rope Tour 2021: Great Falls

Tow ropes are a tool used to provide a connection and a tug to get out of a sticky situation. Part of what makes Montanans unique is we would never leave someone on the side of the road. You never know when the next car will be along, so we

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Tow Rope Tour 2021: Lewistown

Tow ropes are a tool used to provide a connection and a tug to get out of a sticky situation. Part of what makes Montanans unique is we would never leave someone on the side of the road. You never know when the next car will be along, so we

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Winemaking in Montana

Did you know that Montana’s climate is well-suited to growing winemaking grapes? Click on podcast to find out what Montana winery owners Brian McGuire (Willow Mountain Estate Winery) and Larry Robertson (Flathead Lake Winery) are doing to make wine out of the unique grapes grown in the state and the

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Rural Montana Live: The Cowboy President & Road Trip For A Cause

In this edition of “Rural Montana Live,” the statewide radio show of Rural Montana magazine: There are over 40 million electric cooperative members who could save millions of dollars if Congress would allow electric cooperatives to renegotiate their interest rates. Click on the podcast to hear Chris Christensen, a Norval

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Voices EDU: A New Chancellor At MSU-Billings

What sort of future of lies ahead for Montana State University Billings? How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected their recent initiatives and plans? Listen to this edition of Voices EDU to hear from the university’s new chancellor Dr. Stefani Hicswa to find out what her vision entails. Dr. Hicswa also

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Mexican Cartel Presence in Montana?

Families held as hostages and migrants forced to smuggle drugs. These are some of the scenes Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton, Vice President of the Western States Sheriffs Association, recounts from recent Mexican cartel operations he’s experienced. Sheriff Dutton explains how the cartel made their way up to

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Montana’s Sergeant At Arms

Bozeman native and Senate Sergeant at Arms Karen Gibson discusses her recent confirmation as chief law enforcement officer, how security measures have ramped up since the the January 6 riots and the most recent assault at the capitol building that claimed the life of a U.S. police officer. Gibson also

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Legislative Update: Infrastructure Spending

For our weekly legislative update, Senate President Pro Tem Jason Ellsworth joins us to discuss  broadband expansions and infrastructure spending. Ellsworth also discusses rules in allocating federal funds that have not yet taken effect.

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Prescription Drugs & The Middleman in Montana

Why is it the middleman who is always to blame? Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Troy Downing joins us to talk about how getting the middleman out of the prescription drug supply chain could make your medications more affordable.

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