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Walsh Plagiarism
7:54 pm
Wed July 23, 2014

Sen. Walsh Accused Of Plagiarizing Master's Thesis

Sen. John Walsh

On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that Montana Sen. John Walsh "appropriated at least a quarter" of his 2007 master's thesis for the U.S. Army War College "from other authors' works, with no attribution."

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Wednesday Special
2:00 pm
Wed July 23, 2014

Montana Folk Fest 2014: Art Car Culture

07/30/2014 - A record 175,000 people from all over the world traveled to Butte for the Montana Folk Festival in 2014. In it's fourth year, the 'Richest Hill on Earth' not only hosted a slew of internationally renowned musicians and visual artists, but unfurled its "Culture of the Car" celebration, demonstrating that folk art thrives everywhere. On the stage, the canvas, even the hood of a station wagon.

http://montanafolkfestival.com/pages/home.php

Literature
11:49 am
Wed July 23, 2014

Treasure State Readers: Anthologies From Bangtail Press

Livingston Reader, published by Bangtail Press

Publisher Allen Jones talks about "re-invigorating" Bangtail Press and three recently-released anthologies of Montana writers, the Treasure State Readers.

Montana Bookstore Readers

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Salish Kootenai College
10:00 am
Wed July 23, 2014

Tribal - NASA Project To Teach About Climate Change

The Salish Kootenai College is one of four tribal colleges or universities, nationwide, to receive a grant from NASA to develop climate change curriculum. The grants come from NASA’s Minority University Research and Education Project, and range from $413,000 to $1,009,000.

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In Other Words
5:00 am
Wed July 23, 2014

Women Farmers

Weeding Spinach, County Rail Farm
Credit Tracy Potter-Fins & Margaret De Bona

Producer Lacy Roberts brings us an hour of conversation with and about female farmers. First, we learn why photographer Audra Mulkern started the Female Farmer Project and what it reveals about female back-to-the-land farmers.

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Reflections West
5:00 am
Wed July 23, 2014

Alicia Gignoux & Charles Finn

Charles Finn
Credit Charles Finn

Each fall, black bears snap poet Alicia Gignoux's wild plums trees in half. One year, she salvaged a broken ten-foot tree, hauling it indoors for her Christmas tree. In an excerpt from his book, Wild Delicate Seconds, writer Charles Finn catches an October bear in the act of pilfering apples.

(Broadcast: Reflections West, 7/22/14 & 7/23/14)

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REAL ID
2:26 pm
Tue July 22, 2014

Federal REAL ID Deadlines "Like A House Of Cards"?

Credit MT DoJ

The Department of Homeland Security has granted Montana an extension to comply with stringent federal driver's license rules under the REAL ID Act.

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Montana News
11:24 am
Tue July 22, 2014

Chemical Spill Update: Officials Closing Blackfoot River East Of Missoula

UPDATE 3:45 p.m.:
Environmental health experts say chemicals were in a non-hazardous state and have largely disbursed and diluted. No sulfuric acid reaction. No reports of fish/wildlife kills. Rivers and access sites to re-open shortly.

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Citing an "abundance of caution", Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Regional Fisheries Manager, Pat Saffel, says the Blackfoot and Clark Fork rivers from Johnsrud Park, west into Missoula are closed down due to a chemical spill.

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Breaking
10:47 am
Tue July 22, 2014

Semi Rolls Over On Highway 200; Chemicals In BlackFoot River

A semi tractor trailer rolled over near mile-marker 3, near Marco Flats on Highway 200 east of Bonner this morning, spilling an undetermined amount of chemicals into the Blackfoot River. 

Missoula County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman, Paige Pavalone, says officials don't yet know much about the specific chemicals, only that, "if mixed with water, there can be unknown risks."

A hazardous materials team is on scene and a boom is in the water to contain the spill.

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MTPR Program Highlights
10:22 am
Tue July 22, 2014

July 24 - July 30

Here are MTPR program highlights for July 24 – July 30, 2014

THURSDAY- July 24, 2014

9:05 a.m.   – Morning Classics - Bach: Sinfonia #2 in C minor, BWV 788 and Sinfonia #9 in F minor, BWV 795 for piano; Mozart: Divertimento in Eb major, K. 563; Heinichen: Two Concerti Grossi: in F major and G major; Reinecke: Cello Concerto in D minor, Op. 82

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