Rachael Haberman with Energy Share of Montana opens the show, letting folks know how they can help or get help as the weather turns colder. Congressional candidate Joe Dooling finishes out our week discussing some of the issues facing the state's farmers and ranchers.
Attorney General Tim Fox opens up the show and talks about a list of topics, including an upcoming debate, the new missing persons specialist, and consumer protection. We close the show with the New Horizons Concert Band, which has a performance this weekend.
Kevin Terry fills in as host and starts off talking flu and flu shots with the experts at Mountain Pacific Quality Health. We finish the week talking about a great program in the community called Move For Hunger.
We chat first about a collaboration between Boy Scouts and Walmart to help pile up coffee to donate to veterans, and we finish learning about just what the YWCA is and does here in Helena.
Dana Friede and Emily McVey with the United Way of the Lewis and Clark Area stop by to fill us in on the status of their giving campaign, what it is that money means, and in general just what's happening this month.
Kurt Kittleson fills in as host, chatting with Joy Novota with Starz on Stage, and with the latest act coming to town, Dennis Stroughmatt. He chats about his style of Western/Cajun swing and just how he settled into that particular musical niche.
Tri-Lakes Volunteer Fire Chief Bob Drake stops by to chat, among other things, a shortened deadline to apply for fire mitigation funds available to residents of Lewis and Clark County. Then we finish up with a quartet of folks who fill us in on the Last Chance New Play Fest.