Our friends from St. Peter's Health join us to finish out our shortened week ahead of the Thanksgiving break. We start out talking about how to eat healthy over the holidays. We finish the show talking Hospice and Light a Life.
We open the show with United After Duty, learning about that organization and an event that they are helping to put on this weekend that will serve as both a fundraiser and a memorial. Then Krys Holmes finishes out the show with us, as we learn just what's going on at the Myrna Loy.
Helena Area Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Cathy Burwell joins us to chat everything Helena business
Linda Smith, founder & president of Shared Hope International, discusses Montana's grade as it pertains to minor sex trafficking laws. County Commissioner Jim McCormick closes us out talking about everything from an update on the detention center changes to upcoming zoning meetings in the North Valley.
Carroll College has another Math Debate upcoming, the Salvation Army is starting their red kettle campaign, and the Better Business Bureau is taking on holiday employment and toy scams.
Rebecca Connors & Trent Scheuer with the City of Helena talk about frozen service lines, and fill us in on a grant program to help residents fix the problem should it occur
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.