What’s the state of Montana’s agriculture economy? How long before the recreation industry bounces back from the pandemic? Will the Canadian energy sector stick it out, or abandon their multi-billion-dollar effort to connect Canadian oil to the Gulf? These are just some of the topics discussed as Bill Coffee, President
What’s the state of our state? Governor Greg Gianforte sums it up in this Voices of Montana interview ahead of his first State of the State address on Thursday, January 28. Listen to the podcast for a peak at the script, how the revised vaccination distribution plan has been working,
Nearly 300 miles of the 1200-mile Keystone XL pipeline was slated to have crossed the Treasure State, which would have been the longest stretch of any U.S. state. Thus, the abrupt cancellation of the KXL pipeline by the Biden Administration comes at a hefty price tag to Montana – literally
It was mid-January, 1864, and a group of lawless men patrolled the mountains and mining camps of western Montana, hanging the bad guys, and possibly some of the good guys. Today, we’ll go back in time and explore the events surrounding some of Montana’s most legendary figures – the Vigilantes.
Did you know there are documented cases where the COVID-19 virus has been transmitted from humans to felids (cats) and mustelids (weasels)? Bob Gibson, Communication and Education Program Manager for Montana Fish, Wildlife, & Parks, talks about the early findings and precautions regarding the issue, and what kind of ramifications
The coronavirus pandemic has brought about many challenges, and chief among those were the difficulties families and institutions faced with caring for the elderly. With the 67th Montana legislative session kicking off this week, senior advocates are looking to tackle some of those challenges. Listen to the podcast as Mike
It can leave a deep hole when your organization loses a phenomenal leader. Lola Raska’s knowledge and experience has been invaluable to the Montana Grain Growers Association, so wheat farmers were not thrilled when Lola Raska announced her retirement this month, after 14 years as MGGA Executive Vice President. Today,