Hannah Stiff with the Better Business Bureau fills us in on how military members, veterans and their families are being scammed and what the BBB is doing to help. And Sheriff Leo Dutton joins Stewart Davis with an update on the North Hills Fire.
What’s happening with the Helena Building Industry Association, and a primer for the Parade of Homes
Special guest host Stewart Davis helps us learn about the Helena Building Industry Association, and then shares a primer on the upcoming Parade of Homes.
Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton fills us in on the latest with the North Hills Fire, and then Stewart catches up with Krys Holmes from The Myrna Loy.
Fallen, Not Forgotten is holding a fundraising Ruck in several weeks, and we talk about the organization and just what you can do to participate and help. We also have a conversation about the upcoming debut of the Lewis and Clark County Ranch Rodeo.
Too many children die in this country every year after being left in hot cars. Pets, too, are too often left to wait while people run errands during the summer.
The city of Helena is starting a pilot program which will allow people to hitch a ride, for free, on a downtown trolley. And the annual Stuff the Bus campaign is underway once again, and it's an incredible opportunity to help families in our community.
There's always something happening in and around the Helena area, and Cathy Burwell fills us in on the latest.
Changes at the detention center are well underway and changes are potentially on the way for how we elect county representatives. Commissioner Susan Good-Geise swings by to chat about that and more.