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Fraud Watch Friday: Elder Abuse In Indian Country

Our seniors are being impacted by the pandemic in disproportioned numbers. Isolation, dependency, and vulnerability open doors for our elders to be neglected or abused. AARP Montana President Al Ward along with University of North Dakota School of Medicine &

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Tow Rope Tour 2021: Missoula

The last stop of the third leg of the Tow Rope Tour sponsored by Mountain Health CO-OP lands at Paradise Falls in Missoula where we hear from Paradise Dental Technologies HR Manager Austin Hobza, Smiles Across Montana Dental Hygienist Crystal

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Tow Rope Tour 2021: Kalispell

The third leg of the Tow Rope Tour sponsored by Mountain Health CO-OP continues in Kalispell at Glacier Bank where we sit down with Flathead Warming Center Executive Director Tonya Horn, ASSIST Director Jane Emmert, Hope For Harlee Foundation Founder

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Tow Rope Tour 2021: Libby

It’s our first stop of our third leg of the Tow Rope Tour sponsored by Mountain Health CO-OP and we find ourselves at the Kootenai River Country Visitor Center in Libby to chat with Photographer Jessica Lynn, Libby Schools Superintendent

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Health Relief In A Radon Mine?

What is one with a chronic condition to do when traditional medicine and treatment have failed them? Many have turned to a Montana mine, believing its low doses of Radon relieves their pain. Although forms of radiation are used for

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Catching Up On Infrastructure In Montana

How critical is the need to fund infrastructure in Montana? What even is (and isn’t) considered infrastructure these days? The US Senate recently reached a deal on an infrastructure spending package separate from the ARPA Program, but critics say too

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Mulling Over Marijuana in Montana

The people have spoken: recreational marijuana is legal in Montana, but it isn’t without its obstacles along with its opportunities. Proponents tout the benefits of public funding through new taxes while opponents say it will strain resources and lead to

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