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Helena Clinician Addresses Pandemic Effects On Perception

If you’re having trouble connecting to what you consider reality due to the ongoing pandemic trauma induced changing perceived reality you’re not alone. Daniel Champer is a clinical director at Intermountain Children’s Home in Helena who explained the nature of these little traumas we’re experiencing recently on Voices of Montana.

Governor Exploring Options To Address Human Trafficking In Montana

January has been declared Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month in Montana by Governor Greg Gianforte and has been encouraging Montanans to spread awareness about the growing crime in the Treasure State. He recently attended a roundtable discussion in Helena to learn how to stop it in its tracks and came away with a few considerations...

Helena Mental Health Service Addressing Pandemic-Induced Trauma

The pandemic has created trauma for young people and adults to various degrees. Tuesday, on Voices of Montana, Daniel Champer, a clinical director at Intermountain Children’s Home in Helena, was a guest.  He gave a prescription on how working together there can be a good outcome from our shared experiences.

Talks Continue To Re-Open Montana Railways

Contract talks between the biggest freight railroads and unions that represent 105,000 employees are headed to mediation this week after the unions declared an impasse following more than two years of negotiations. The National Railway Labor Conference group is negotiating on behalf of more than 30 railroads including Burlington Northern Santa...

Fentanyl Overdoses Spike In Helena

Law enforcement in Helena says fentanyl-laced heroin is to blame for more than a dozen overdoses in the last three days. Over the same time frame officers saved four individuals by administering Narcan to stop the effects of an overdose which is unprecedented. Sheriff Leo Dutton.

Montana Senators Lament January 6th Riot

One year after pro-Trump rioters attempted to stop Congress from certifying the 2020 election, Democratic Senator Jon Tester sees the riot as not only shaking American politics domestically but also empowering the nation’s communist adversaries. Republican Senator Steve Daines says it was a sad day for the country and supports the ongoin...

Helena Police Chief Honored By City

Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins has declared December 31st will be Steve Hagan Day honoring the city’s outgoing police chief. Hagan said this about his time with the Helena Police Department.

Montana Veterans Honored At State Capitol

Wreaths Across America is a nationwide and worldwide event that honors service members and remembers those who died for the United States. Monday about a few dozen people gathered in the Capitol Rotunda in Helena to honor and remember those that served. While the main day of this weeklong event is on the 18th of December the Monday of the week...

Hay Donated To Denton Farms& Ranches Following Wildfire

Three semi-trucks hauling a combined load of about 70 tons of hay donated by a group of good Samaritans left Helena Sunday morning and headed to help an area of central Montana devastated by the West Wind Fire that burned 10,644 acres in and around Denton destroying nearby ranches and farms. Hay sells for about $325 a ton and the supply driven...