Wendy Howe, the Slim Chickens Preferred Restaurant Group Director of Marketing, fills us in on Slim Chickens - the new restaurant coming to Helena in September. Then we chat with Kara Tangedal with the extension office. She lets us know what's been happening with 4H during the last few months, and what fair week might look like for 4H.
John Finn fills us in on what's happening at the Lewis & Clark Library now, and what's ahead as things across the state begin to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. We finish the show chatting with Joe Cohenour about the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, the health of the state's elk and how the organization is working to increase access to public lands.
Helena Fire Assistant Chief Mike Chambers joins us to kick off the show, and we chat about what can and can't be done in city limits when it comes to burning outside your home. Helena Middle School principal Cal Boyle closes us out. We talk about how things have been going at the school during online learning, and what the teachers and administration is doing to say goodbye to their students as the school year winds down.
Kevin Tenney fills us in on what went into making the decision to cancel this summer's Last Chance Stampede and Fair. There are still things happening at the fairgrounds, though, including drive-in movies that are now shifting to Friday nights. We close chatting with Lyman Bishop, who is running as a Libertarian for Montana Governor.