June 30, 2020
We lost her for the second half of the show (phone line issues), but Nancy Davis gets us some information about Edgewater Farms, their upcoming activities and their popular corn maze.
June 29, 2020
Paul Antonia explains Helena Kung Fu, and just what the art can do for people both physically and mentally.
June 25, 2020
We open the show speaking with neurologist Dr. Nicole Clark about Alzheimer's, and then St. Peter's Health Public Relations Specialist Jacque Smith fills us in on the new-look Family Fun Fest.
June 24, 2020
Aaron McCarter and Mia Thomas are behind a new thrift store coming to Helena: Big Sky Resale Thrift Store and Consignment. The grand opening is July 1, and they're here to share with us all the details.
June 23, 2020
Hannah Stiff with the Better Business Bureau fills us in on how scammers are trying to take advantage of COVID-19 in order to steal our money. And Bruce Day shares information about the re-opening of the East Helena Pantry and various programs that are available to help those in need in our community.
June 22, 2020
Krys Holmes, the Executive Director of The Myrna Loy, joins us for a chat about what's happening with the Myrna, including this year's revamped fundraiser.
June 19, 2020
Shellie Mitchell of Shellie's Country Cafe stops in and lets us know how the shutdown has impacted their business. But she's also here to talk about the upcoming fireworks show, which they are again working to put on for the community. Sheriff Leo Dutton finishes out the show for us, sharing his feelings on the recent events surrounding the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
June 18, 2020
Helena Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Cathy Burwell joins us to talk about how the shutdown and reopening has impacted local business. We also discuss a fair number of new businesses moving into the community.
June 17, 2020
Lewis and Clark County Commissioner Andy Hunthausen stops in for a chat on things from COVID to Zoning.
June 16, 2020
Helena Public Schools Superintendent Tyler Ream gives us a bit of a wrap on the school year, and then we check in with Montana Attorney General Tim Fox to find out what cases his office are involved with right now.