Democratic candidate for the US House Kathleen Williams joins us to start our extra long show today. We then chat with Jim Gleason about organ transplants in the age of COVID, and then Amy Reeves fills us in on what's happening in the county in terms of the election and voting.
Eagle Scout Evan Ceaicovschi joins Stacy Sommer to tell us about the upcoming coffee drive for our veterans. We finish by chatting with 4-H Equity Ambassadors Megan Goroski, Claire Downing and Cade Duran. They're working on an amazing project to create backpacks full of personal hygiene and comfort items for children entering the foster care system.
Justin Waayenberg starts the show, telling us about Adipose Boat Works. We continue talking manufacturing in the Helena area, following with Neal Blossom from American Chemet. Finishing us out, maestro Allan R. Scott and Russian Pianist Anna Kislitsyna discuss tomorrow's performance of the Helena Symphony Orchestra.
Steve Matthes, the Diagnostics Director at St. Peter’s Health, joins us to talk about the role the lab plays in healthcare. Then, we touch base with Dr. Todd Wampler, President of the St. Peter’s Health Medical Group and a COVID-19 Incident Command Member. He lets us know what the current situation is at St. Pete's as it pertains to COVID patients, and tells us what is upcoming.
In a jam-packed show, we open with Democratic candidate for Governor, Mike Cooney> County Commissioner Andy Hunthausen then stops by the studio, before we get some information about the return of some of our troops to Montana from Brigadier General Jamie Wilkins.
We open the show with Montana Attorney General Tim Fox, who shares his thoughts on the Supreme Court and the things his office has been doing lately. Then, Mike Rooney chats with us about Downtown Helena, and what local businesses are facing as the holiday season approaches.