With COVID-19 continuing although at a reduced level to impact Montanans along with supply chain problems and just plain strange weather this year, a person needs to be able to cope with changes on a regular basis. “How?” is the question. There’s a word for that and Daniel Champer a clinical director at the Intermountain Children’s...
Senator Tester Eyes Improvements For U.S. Food Chain & Production
As 2021 is about to end challenges will still be with us in 2022. Senator Jon Tester talks about the continuing effects of COVID-19 in agriculture. https://northernbroadcasting.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/12-21_537_2.mp3
Federal Changes To Trucking Licenses Could Benefit Montana Drivers
The trucking industry is struggling to find enough drivers to meet current supply chain needs and there is talk of some federal changes to address this. One option is lowering the age to attain a Commercial Driver’s License and the ability to drive across state lines to eighteen. Miles City College’s CDL Program Manger Tyler Niedge is in favo...
Montana World Trade Center Director Breaks Down Current Supply Chain
Supply chain disruptions are the new normal at least for now. Brigita Miranda Freer Executive Director of the Montana World Trade Center talked about it Friday on Voices of Montana. https://northernbroadcasting.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/10-25_832.mp3