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Have a Mom or Dad with Hearing Problems in Montana?
I gotta tell you about this Vietnam veteran I ran into last week. He was telling me how he hadn't heard out of one of his ears for nearly two decades. But last week he couldn't contain his excitement.
Great Video: Grizzlies on the Montana Prairie
Check out that military-style wedge formation! KRTV in Great Falls got a hold of this incredible video of multiple grizzlies moving along the prairie near the Rocky Mountain Front.
One Of Montana's Best Ghost Towns
Montana, 1835. It was rough and tough, untamed and mining was getting started in parts of our great state which means some places were seeing it first inhabitants. One of those places was Garnet.
Wednesday on Montana Talks: PBR Champ Jess Lockwood
Coming up on Wednesday's Montana Talks: PBR World Champion Jess Lockwood joins us in studio in the 8 o'clock hour of the show. We also hope to have him join us for part of the statewide portion of the show a little after 9AM.
Guest Opinion: Modern Learning Depends on High Speed Internet
A real gap exists today between students who have access to all the Internet has to offer, and those who live in areas that are lagging behind. This is a problem prevalent across the country, but more so in rural Montana than nearly any other state. Currently, high schools in Missoula County, Wood…
The 8th Annual Casino Night Comes Saturday
Looking for a fun night out? This Saturday (April 21st) could be your night! Get ready for the 8th Annual Casino Night fundraiser with Laurel Hometown Troops!
3 Reasons Not To Apologize
Everyone makes mistakes. We're human, we're supposed to mess up. Apologize and move on.The fact remains that there are a lot of things that we do that we can't help so the apology really isn't necessary.
Bakken ND Rig Count Doubles Since April 2016
An online report from OilPrice.com says, “The Bakken crude oil production has started to grow again and is expected to beat in the first half of 2018 its own production record of 1.23 million bpd from December 2014.”
Amanda Curtis: Public Employees Sh*t On in Montana
In case you missed it, former Democratic US Senate candidate Amanda Curtis dropped the "S" bomb at the podium while addressing a public employees union conference this past weekend, according to The Great Falls Tribune.
Entering Montana's Twilight Zone [Video]
The town of St. Marie was a fully operational town in Montana until recently. It housed up to 10,000 people from 1957-1976 when the Glasgow Air Force Base shut down after the Cold War.
Miele: Build That Wall
Retired Major General Paul Vallely has a plan for securing the border. He shared his thoughts with The Daily Inter Lake in Kalispell. We'll get to that, but first- here's a must-read column by The Inter Lake's editor Frank Miele.
Montana Lost It's Freedom Of Speech?
If you hang out in Montana for any period of time, you quickly realize that we have our beliefs and we stand by them no matter what. Our freedom is cherished. It's hard to believe, but there was a time that if you spoke your mind in this state, you wound up behind bars.
Montana's Most Binge Watched Show
Taking a weekend with a ton of soda and chips while binge watching our favorite show seems to be a pretty normal thing from time to time. I mean, who has the patience to wait until next week to catch the next episode right? It almost seems better to wait until the season is over and then watch the w…