Celebrations are set to christen Montana State University’s American Indian Hall, the new home of their Native American Studies program that’s been nearly 20 years in the making. Click to hear the head of MSU’s Department of Native American Studies,
That may sound dramatic and alarming, but it’s a question being asked now following the National School Board Association’s letter to the president and the U.S. Justice Department’s response to parents protesting local school boards for mask mandates, teaching critical
After a short delay in the census figures, and several weeks of public input, nine maps have made the final cut to designate two Montana congressional districts. Click to hear Districting and Apportionment Commission member Dan Stusek talk about what
The energy industry is facing rapid changes, and consumers are looking for trusted sources to help guide them. In many communities, the electric cooperatives can provide that. Live from the Montana Electric Cooperatives’ Association (MECA) annual meeting in Great Falls,
How are we going to de-carbonize our energy grid while still producing safe, reliable and affordable energy in Montana? What will it ultimately cost? President and CEO of Mitsubishi Power Americas Paul Browning discusses what is being done to make
Fraud has been around forever, but it’s the methods and the means that are constantly changing and, with October being Cyber Security Awareness Month, there’s no better time to get an update on the newest method fraudsters are using: cryptocurrency.