Podcasts

The State Of The State & A New Frontier For Psychiatry

Montana is currently — and has been for years — behind the curve on both infrastructure and psychiatric needs across the state, but this may soon change. Click to hear Governor Greg Gianforte (pictured far left) discuss funding Montana’s infrastructure needs, the current drought and water supply plan and Montana’s

Read More »

Military Mental Health & Updates In Congress

What can be done to address Montana’s high rate of suicide among military veterans? What about mental health treatment in general for veterans? Listen to the podcast to find out what U.S. Congressman and House Committee of Veteran’s Affairs Member Matt Rosendale is doing to help Montana’s veterans get the

Read More »

An American Serengeti Versus Rural Montana

For folks who make their living in rural Montana, plans of an environmental non-profit creating an “American Serengeti” on the land may feel like a swipe at their core values. Click the podcast to hear Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen and Montana Public Lands Council President Vicki Olson talk about

Read More »

Amending A Constitutional Crisis?

The Federal Government has increasingly exerted more authority across the country. In Montana’s case, it has now gotten to the point where state government, constitution and laws are now being challenged by recent federal mandates. Click to hear Montana State Senator Tom McGillvray discuss Article V of the U.S. Constitution, a

Read More »

State Security Update & 9/11 Reflections With Troy Downing

What can Montana do to manage in the dramatic price increases in prescription drugs and housing across the state? Click to hear Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance and State Auditor Troy Downing discuss what his office is doing to answer these questions. Also a U.S. Air Force/Air National Guard

Read More »

From Montana, For Montana: The 2021 Made In Montana Trade Show

What words come to mind when you think about small business? Passion? Innovation? Commitment? In Montana, all of this and more are certainly the case with the businesses on display at the 2021 Made In Montana Trade Show. Click the podcast to hear from Montana’s Department of Commerce Director Scott

Read More »

Saving The Sage Grouse & Winding Down The Wildfire Season

How close are we to ending this year’s devastating wildfire season? What’s the impact it’s had on Montana’s sage grouse? Click the podcast to hear Director of the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Amanda Kaster give an update on the lingering wildfire season, Montana’s first new drought-management plan in

Read More »

Fraud Watch Friday: Virtual Romancing, Kidnapping & Scamming

Virtual kidnapping – is that a thing? Yes, and it’s a scam that victimized nearly 200 Montanans last year for losses totaling more than $400,000 dollars. This is just one of many new trends scammers are adopting to take advantage of those unsuspecting and susceptible to fraud. Click to hear

Read More »