Raph Graybill, Democratic candidate for Montana Attorney General, kicks things off this morning, and then we shift into talking legalization of marijuana with Youth Connections. To end things, Sgt. Ciera Balch talks about her win at a recent Montana Army National Guard competition.
We start things off checking in with our friends from Exploration Works!, which has been all but shuttered because of the pandemic. They're back, though, finding new ways to teach and entertain our kiddos. Tom Rolfe is the finale, and the candidate for Lewis and Clark County Commissioner talks about his platform and what he sees as issues facing the community.
We open the show chatting with Liann Meyer about Montana Supporting Military, which is right now working to gather items and cards to send to our deployed troops for Christmas. Sheriff Leo Dutton closes out the show for us chatting about multiple topics, including dealing with secondary trauma as a law enforcement officer.
Jenny Eck, the executive director of the Friendship Center, shares information about what it is they do and who they serve. She also tells listeners about a fundraising effort now underway, and about an upcoming training session for their 24-hour hotline.
Stacy Sommer fills us in on the revamped and rescheduled Princess Tea Party at the Civic Center. And then we hear from Joy Novota about what's going on with Starz on Stage - one of the many entertainment industry businesses that have screeched to a halt during COVID.
We start the show with an update on the 2020 Census, and get some information on just how that is being conducted now, in the final days of the count. And we then end the show getting to know Rick Reisig, the new CEO of Anderson ZurMuehlen.
Paul Roege tells us about Whitetail Ranch Center, a future facility designed to assist Montana's veterans. We also get an update from Helena Assistant Fire Chief Mike Chambers on the crews from the Capital City that have traveled to California to aid in their wildfire battles.