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Paralyzed Montana Woman Back From Climbing Kilimanjaro
We caught up with Starla Hilliard-Barnes back in December. That was before the former Miss Wheelchair Montana was set to take off for Tanzania, Africa. The twice paralyzed Kalispell woman is now back after climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Starla joined us on Thursday to talk about the climb.
The Montanans Behind This Week's Supreme Court Case
Bottom line, Montana started a scholarship program that allowed people to keep more of their own money, which could then be used to support scholarships for kids to attend the school of their own choice. The teachers union and the left freaked out, claiming that this amounted to the government fundi…
KPAX Confirms: Glacier Removing Climate Warning Signs
As we first told you on our Montana Talks radio show last Summer, officials at Glacier National Park were removing signs warning that the glaciers would be gone by 2020 due to climate change. Why? Well, because 2020 was quickly approaching, and unlike their climate predictors predicted...the glacier…
Twice Paralyzed, Montana Woman Climbing Kilimanjaro
Imagine being paralyzed, unable to walk- but then regaining the ability to walk, just to lose that ability all over again. Not only has Starla stayed positive through it all, she's helped so many others in the process. And now she is literally climbing to new heights.
Montana Man Named Rodeo's "Personality of the Year"
Bo Wagner travels the country producing major rodeos and other events. Bo produced the latest NRA finals in Kalispell, as he has for several years. This year, Bo added a concert series, bringing in Nashville recording artist Glen Templeton for a live concert and after-party.
The Flathead's Frank Miele Continues to Deliver
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.

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