January 8, 2019
John Morford, the President of the Montana State Elks Association, shares information on just who the Elks are and what they do for our communities, and fills us in on an upcoming open house where you can find out more. David Knoepke, superintendent of streets, traffic, and fleet services with Helena Public Works, finishes us out, giving us some behind-the-curtain knowledge on the snow removal process and how it looks different in Helena this year than it has in the past.
January 7, 2019
Executive Director of the Montana Nonprofit Association, Liz Moore, talks about the upcoming Legislative session and the MNA's webinars designed to make the ins and outs of it all a bit more accessible. Montana Wild Event Coordinator Corie Rice finishes up the show talking about a handful of events coming up this month at the center.
January 5, 2019
Possibly the most successful conman in American history, Frank Abignale -- played by Leonardo DiCaprio in the Steven Spielberg hit Catch Me If You Can, alongside Tom Hanks -- spends some time talking about his fascinating past and fills us in on what he's up to now. He also gives some tips on how you can avoid being scammed,
January 4, 2019
John Gatchell and Jeff Blend with TangoHelena open us up with a conversation about the origins of tango, and then fill us in on how to learn the popular dance through a series of classes set to start on Monday. Fire Chief Bob Drake and Gabby Walker with Tri-Lakes Volunteer Fire Department finish the show talking about the expansion of their medical services and just what that means for the department and the people they serve.
January 3, 2019
Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds manager Kevin Tenney talks about the postponement of skijoring, teases the upcoming night show for the Last Chance Stampede, and lets us in on the date of an upcoming rock festival. Finishing out the show is ExplorationWorks Marketing & Visitor Services Director Kari Gagner and Exhibits Manager Matt Jetty, who fill us in on the new exhibit about to take center stage at ExWorks, which focuses on various forms of electricity.
January 2, 2019
Dana Friede, Director of Development and Marketing of United Way of the Lewis and Clark Area, stops in to chat about upcoming events. We touch on the upcoming free tax clinics, their upcoming meet-and-greet board meeting and the annual Point in Time Survey.
December 31, 2018
We open the show with Capital City Health Club's personal training manager, Mal McDowell, who talks with us about the New Year's attendance bump, and just what we can do to help ourselves actually keep those get-fit resolutions. We finish up with Kiki Moses, who fills us in on just what's going on at the Great Northern Carousel. The Helena landmark is offering free rides all day before shutting down for a few months in order to renovate and potentially add some new food and drink items and update some technology.
December 29, 2018
Joe Pags' show airs on more than 100 stations across the country. He took some time out recently to chat with us about things like politics, his start in radio and just how he got started doing those popular parodies.
December 28, 2018
406 Recycling owner Matt Elsaesser opens our show, talking about his company's specialized work in data-secure electronics recycling and event recycling services. We close out chatting with Montana VA public affairs officer Patrick Hutchison, who tells us about who and where the Montana VA covers, what the organization is doing to address problems, and how veterans can find out if they are eligible for benefits through the VA.
December 27, 2018
St. Peter's Health CEO Wade Johnson stops by to chat achievements of 2018, like the new endoscopy suite and 3-D mammography machine, new accreditation goals, and the addition of numerous doctors. He also looks forward to 2019 and Medicaid Expansion, OR renovations and the addition of the DaVinci Robot, which will allow for robotic surgery.