Voices of Montana Podcasts

Tim Johnson, Corvallis School Superintendent, Republican for Congress

Tim Johnson, Corvallis School Superintendent, Republican for Congress

Tim Johnson, Superintendent of the Corvallis School District, has thrown his hat in the ring for the Republican nomination for congress. He's a proponent of tackling our national debt, and ...
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Matt Rains - Simms Montana Native, West Point Grad, Democrat for Congress

Matt Rains – Simms Montana Native, West Point Grad, Democrat for Congress

Voices was pleased to welcome in-studio Matt Rains who is running for the Democratic nomination for Congress. Matt was raised on his family's ranch near Simms, MT, graduated from West ...
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Generous Donation from Petroleum County Native Gives Huge Boost to Community Center Plans

Generous Donation from Petroleum County Native Gives Huge Boost to Community Center Plans

Plans for a new community center in Winnett, in Petroleum County, are definitely a go after a generous donation from Winnett native Larry Carrell, and his wife, Kathi. Larry grew ...
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How Does the Change in the Season Change Your Weed Management Plan

How Does the Change in the Season Change Your Weed Management Plan

In the battle to defend Montana from noxious weeds and invasive plants, the early winter storms in our state may have impacted your battle plan. Listen to the podcast to ...
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End Game Not in Sight as 18-month Long China Trade War Continues

End Game Not in Sight as 18-month Long China Trade War Continues

Is there an end-game to the Chinese/U.S. trade dispute? Do the American people have the will to see it to the end? Are American agriculture producers suffering collateral damage from ...
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Fraud, Finances, and Insurance Changes - Montana State Auditor Matt Rosendale

Fraud, Finances, and Insurance Changes – Montana State Auditor Matt Rosendale

Montana's State Auditor Matt Rosendale paid a studio visit to Voices on Friday. His FAST program has been on a fast-track since being launched less than a year ago. It ...
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PNWER President Mike Cuffe: USMCA, Columbia River Treaty - Time to "Get 'Er Done"

PNWER President Mike Cuffe: USMCA, Columbia River Treaty – Time to “Get ‘Er Done”

Will the modernization of the 1960's Columbia River Treaty be a benefit or a detriment to Montana? It could be both. Listen to the podcast to hear State Senator Mike ...
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Former Planned Parenthood Clinic Manager Helps Lead 40 Days for Life Vigils in Montana

Former Planned Parenthood Clinic Manager Helps Lead 40 Days for Life Vigils in Montana

A former Planned Parenthood clinic manager for 18 years, Sue Thayer believed she was helping women. But a change in direction for Planned Parenthood led to a transformation in Sue's ...
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Winter in Our World

Winter in Our World

What's the long-range outlook for winter in your world? Listen to the podcast, as meteorologists from across the state discuss the record-setting early winter storm, give their long-range winter forecasts, ...
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Could HSA Rule Change Lead to More Healthcare Choices for You?

Could HSA Rule Change Lead to More Healthcare Choices for You?

Does your employer pick out your healthcare plan for you? Would you choose differently if it were up to you? As an employer who wants to provide healthcare benefits, would ...
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APR Answers Questions on Altered Proposal

APR Answers Questions on Altered Proposal

The American Prairie Reserve (APR) recently announced plans to alter their proposal for year-round grazing on nearly 300,000 acres of public land to seasonal grazing on 48,000 acres, in a ...
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Cats/Griz - Two Top 10 FCS Teams Under Our Big Sky

Cats/Griz – Two Top 10 FCS Teams Under Our Big Sky

Where does your loyalty lie? For some, that's an easy question to answer. For others, there's a fence they can ride -- until late November, that is. With records of ...
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