Today on Campaign Beat: outside consultants coming to Montana to work on campaigns; Grant Kier's new Facebook ad; the impact of the women's marches; Corey Stapleton criticizes the media; and Joe Biden's upcoming Montana visit.
- Schumer, White House Respond To Shutdown By Pointing Fingers
- State Accused Of Not Revealing Child Meth Exposures
- 'Campaign Beat:' Distinguishing Between Dems, Women Prepare To March, Stapleton Sounds Off
- Cliven Bundy, Sen. Jennifer Fielder To Speak In Paradise, MT
- Tester Admonishes Congress For Treading Water On Federal Spending Bill
- Attorney General: Big Horn County Crackdown On Pregnant Addicts 'Counterproductive'
Updated at 9:45 p.m. ET The federal government is in the midst of a partial shutdown, and it appears it will be that way for some time. President Trump and members of Congress publicly say they want to reopen the federal government, but, in the first day of a shutdown, Republicans and Democrats on both sides of Pennsylvania Avenue showed no signs of ending their stalemate. In a midafternoon press conference Saturday, White House Legislative Affairs Director Marc Short reiterated the position...
For over a decade, Sam Beam has been creating music under the name Iron And Wine . Beam's cinematic songs have charmed listeners through five albums, numerous EPs and singles and the Archive series. Sam stopped by MTPR’s studios in fall 2017, where he recorded acoustic versions of several of his most popular songs and talked with host John Floridis about trusting his own trajectory and "getting lost in your own process and enthusiasms, because that's your only duty, as an artist."