Voices of Montana


A Day at Montana’s Special Olympics

The Montana Special Olympics Summer Games took place in Billings, with some 1400 athletes competing over three days, and as many volunteers and mentors also at the games. Join us as we broadcast live from the finish line and talk

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Feds’ Open Border – What Can Montana Do?

One of unforeseen consequences of the Biden administration’s open border policy is that states don’t have appropriate laws on the books to help manage a large influx of aliens in the country illegally. What has been done around the country

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Susie Hedalen – Candidate for OPI

Election Connection Coverage from the Northern News Network: Susie Hedalen, GOP candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction: Bio taken from Susie’s website: https://www.susieforschools.com/ Susie Hedalen is the Superintendent of Townsend School District and the Vice-Chair of the Montana Board of

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Nuclear Options to Bridge the Green Energy Gap

Industry leaders in Montana are doing the homework on the potential for small module nuclear reactors (SMR) to become a part of Montana’s energy future. The focus is on the utilizing Colstrip’s generation and transmission infrastructure, as the Biden Administration

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4H Member Spotlight of the Month – May

Youth leaders from the Flathead, Lambert, and Great Falls will join us on the May 4-H Spotlight show. 18-year-old Colton Kuka, from Kalispell is a natural born teacher. Brynn Spinner from Lambert is a young teen helping to feed her

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Forest Partnerships Improve Health, Habitat, Community

Montana’s forestry and wood products industry has lost mills and market share over the past two decades battling what some stakeholders would call frivolous lawsuits and judicial activism. With that, timber industry leaders have been forming partnerships with multiple groups

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