Carroll College's Eric Sullivan and Kelly Cline join us to talk about an upcoming math debate that promises to be prime spectator sport. Hannah Stiff also takes some time to chat Better Business Bureau and the risk for romance scams, particularly with Facebook's venture into the online dating game.
We open with a crew filling us in on the nuts and bolts of car seats. There's a lot that goes into installing and using them correctly, and far too many of us do it wrong. Then we finish the week talking with Cliff Mies about next week's history dinner at the Legal Tender centered around Meriwether Lewis.
Helena Area Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Cathy Burwell sits down for a chat about all things business: What's new, what's moved and what's coming!
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox & County Commissioner Andy Hunthausen with Jamie Schell and Jess Hegstrom
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox opens the show with updates from his office. Finishing us out, County Commissioner Andy Hunthausen stops by, along with East Helena Mayor Jamie Schell and the county's Suicide Prevention Coordinator Jess Hegstrom.
Fay Dee Hamilton with Friends of the Fairgrounds stops by to fill us in on the upcoming banquet and Wall of Honor inductees. Then Helena Public Schools Superintendent Tyler Ream checks in to let us know just how the start of the school year has been going, not quite a month in.
Jason Egeline with the Kiwanis swings by to fill us in on a multi-year effort to install a handicap accessible park. The city's public information officer, Helena's Rebecca Connors, recaps the city's experiment with a free downtown trolley.
We open the show with a discussion about the upcoming York Fest, an annual fundraiser that promises to be a fantastic afternoon of fun. We close it out talking diabetes with Marci Butcher, a certified diabetes educator.