Flathead Beacon Editor-in-Chief Kellyn Brown joins host Micah Drew to talk about the upcoming summer, how to avoid the crowds in Glacier and a packed events schedule over the next few months
Spend five minutes and get caught up on the biggest stories in Northwest Montana that you may have missed in the last week
Hosts Micah Drew and Andy Viano talk about the recently signed Montana law which legalizes adult-use marijuana and lays out the plan for implementing sales within the state
Staff writer Andy Viano joins the show as a guest to discuss the Flathead Valley's four law enforcement involved shooting deaths in the last year
Flathead Beacon Editor in Chief Kellyn Brown joins the show to discuss the results of the 2020 census and Montana's new U.S. House seat in Congress
FVCC Running Start Academic Coordinator Shelley Eberhardy joins the show to discuss the college's unique offerings for local high schoolers
Pat Barkey, director of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of Montana, shares his insight on the Flathead Valley's labor shortage
North Valley Music School Executive Director Deidre Corson on how the nonprofit expanded its reach during the pandemic and its plan to 'take over the world with music'
Bryan Bebb of the Glacier Queer Alliance on how the local LGBTQ community is responding to targeted bills advancing through the Legislature
Economist Barb Wagner shares her thoughts on Montana's relatively rapid rebound from the recession and what a post-pandemic job market looks like
Tristan Scott talks about what Glacier National Park officials are doing to prepare for what everyone expects will be an extremely busy summer
Editor in Chief Kellyn Brown looks back at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and how the last 12 months have impacted our community and our newsroom
Brent Wilson, the oldest member of the flying Wilson brothers, talks gelande jumping, the sport he and his siblings have dominated for decades
Flathead County's schools have been open for in-person learning since August so we share just how that's happened and how safe it's been, plus the biggest stories from the last week
USGS scientist Erich Peitzsch talks about what has been a deadlier than normal avalanche season and a study that revealed what kind of backcountry user seems to be getting caught in deadly slides most often
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