Joe Wojton kicks things off by filling us in on the Salvation Army athletics program, which is expanding next year to include a girls basketball team. Janice Scheben closes out the week by giving us the details on an exciting event happening Saturday at the Civic Center.
Sanjay Talwani with the Montana Department of Revenue starts us off, and we're talking taxes! There are some new tax credits available, and Sanjay has the scoop. We then finish by learning about the Montana Mediation Association ... who are they, what do they do and what services do they offer?
We open the show talking with Hannah Stiff from the Better Business Bureau about the latest scam news. We finish the week by finding out what new services are being offered at Options Clinic, including parenting and life skills classes.
We open the show with a trio of folks from St. Peter's and the Holter, as the two have teamed up to create a Healing Arts Program. We close out the show talking about recruitment and the many jobs currently open at the hospital.
The city's public information officer, Rebecca Connors, shares some information about the recent decision to place City Manager Ana Cortez on administrative leave amid an independent investigation. We finish the show chatting with Patrick Judge, the city's new sustainability coordinator.
We start the show talking about the weekend's March for Life, and upcoming 40 Days for Life event. We finish up the show and the week speaking with Carroll College President, Dr. John Cech about some exciting news regarding the nursing program.