Audrey McCue, the elections supervisor for Lewis and Clark County, gives us all the details on what we need to know for the upcoming election, which is now a mail-in affair. We close with Dr. Doug Kuntzweiler, the chief medical officer at Mountain Pacific Quality Health. He shares with us what we know know about the COVID-19 coronavirus.
We check in with Kelly McDermott and Jesse Mahugh with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Helena and Great Falls. Their annual fundraiser, the Wine Crush, is coming up this weekend. And while it will look a lot different than it has in the past, it's still on and still set to be a good time.
Sheriff Leo Dutton fills us in on how the coronavirus has impacted the detention center, both in operation and construction and upgrades. We also talk about other topics, like the need for additional correctional officers.
Kevin Tenney fills us in on what's happening at the Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds, and what might be in store there in the near future. We also have a chat with Chief Deputy Attorney General Jon Bennion, who is running for Attorney General.
John Doran fills us in on how Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana is stepping up during the coronavirus pandemic, and then we chat with Helena Public Schools Superintendent Tyler Ream to finish things out. He gives us some insight into the decision to close the physical school buildings for the remainder of the year, and looks ahead to the fall.
Helena Fire's Assistant Chief Mike Chambers fills us in on what's happening there during the pandemic, and then we finish with Richard Miltenberger, the CEO at Mountain Health Co-Op. They're doing a lot to help their members, and we get an inside look.