When I first tried Tabletree Cherry Juice, it definitely brought back some memories. It also tasted pretty dang good in some Bighorn Bourbon from Willie's Distillery, or even on it's own for a fresh glass of juice first thing in the morning.
Two of the students who organized the protests against mandatory mask policies in the Kalispell public schools joined us Thursday morning on the radio. Kate Opre is a junior at Glacier High School. We were also joined by Sierra Vickrey, a junior at Flathead High School.
Update: We had such an incredible turnout (35 businesses called in or got a shout out) for our "We Open Wednesday" show last week that I thought- why not do it again? That's right. I'm calling it "we open" Wednesday. We don't have time for proper grammar. It is urgent that we support these local Montana businesses in the middle of this crisis. So, if you want to give a shout out to a local business or let us know that you are open- call in this Wednesday.
Check out the letter Frank Miele just got from the White House. He was the longtime editor of The Daily Inter Lake in Kalispell. Now, he's the hard-hitting commentator writing for RealClearPolitics.com, and locally with his Heartland Diary USA blog.
For our friends in Kalispell, come down and see us THIS Monday morning at Sykes Diner in Kalispell. We’ll have the microphones open for you for the entire 2 hours! That's right, in Kalispell we actually air 2 hours of Montana Talks starting at 8AM on KJJR.