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Commentary - May 14th, 2014
9:15 am
Thu May 15, 2014

Mental Health & Older Adults

Good evening.  I’m Susan Kohler, CEO of Missoula Aging Services, the Area Agency on Aging for Missoula and Ravalli Counties.  Because May is Mental Health Month, tonight I want to talk about the importance of maintaining good mental health and seeking appropriate treatment if your mental health is suffering, especially as this subject pertains to older adults.

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Memoir
6:16 am
Thu May 15, 2014

The World's Strongest Librarian

The World's Strongest Librarian: A Memoir of Tourette's, Faith, Strength, and the Power of Family, by Josh Hanagarne

During this program, Josh Hanagarne talks about his memoir, The World's Strongest Librarian: A Memoir of Tourette's, Faith, Strength, and the Power of Family, an inspiring story of how a Mormon kid with Tourette’s found salvation in books and weight-lifting.

From the publisher:

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Mountain West Voices
7:00 pm
Wed May 14, 2014

No Right Way to Play a Tune: A Conversation with two "Old Time" Musicians

Mike Williams and Aaron Parrett of Helena, MT.
Credit Clay Scott

5/14/14: This week on "Mountain West Voices:" Mike Williams and Aaron Parrett of Helena, Montana, talk about old time American music, its evolution, and their relationship to the genre.

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Outdoors
2:40 pm
Wed May 14, 2014

Breaking down the barriers to becoming an “outdoorswoman”

Horses tied to a "high line" in the BOW Horse Packing Workshop.
Robin Mooring

Judy Breland has gone horse packing before, in fact, her husband Andy Breland is teaching the back country horse packing workshop she’s taking. Plus, the family has a store, Trailhead Supply, that sells horse packing equipment.

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Pabst for county attorney
1:49 pm
Wed May 14, 2014

The Missoula county attorney’s race may be the hottest race in town

Missoula democratic county attorney candidate Kirsten Pabst

The democratic primary race for Missoula county attorney is more high profile than usual this election - first, since there is no Republican candidate, the winner of the primary will be the next county attorney. Secondly, the current county attorney Fred Van Valkenburg has made headlines because of his legal fight with the federal Justice department over his office's past handling of sexual assault cases.

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Music Special
8:00 am
Wed May 14, 2014

Indigenous Expressions, Monday, May 19th, 7:30pm

5/19/14: The May edition of "Indigenous Expressions" features music by  Shadowyze; Floyd Westerman; Buffy Sainte-Marie; Ben Harper with Charlie Musselwhite; Jeff Healey Band; Garland Jeffreys; Mark Farner with Grand Funk; Derek Miller with Double Trouble; and more.

Join host David Sam for "Indigenous Expressions" Monday at 7:30pm, once a month, for indigenous music and words from around the world.

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Reflections West
7:00 pm
Tue May 13, 2014

Kaya Juda-Nelson & Tony Abeyta

5/13/14 & 5/15/14: This week on "Reflections West:" Kaya Juda-Nelson finds her place in nature. Navajo artist Tony Abeyta observes an ancient Pueblo village by moonlight.

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Hantavirus
2:53 pm
Tue May 13, 2014

Monkey model of Hantavirus opens new research opportunities

Sin Nombre virus particle emerges from a cell.
Credit NIAID

Hantavirus season is here and health officials are warning people to take precautions to guard against the virus that can lead to fatigue, aches and eventually progress to coughing,   shortness of breath and in some cases - death.

National Institutes of Health researchers have developed an important animal model of human hantavirus pulmonary syndrome that may - one day - lead to treatments, vaccines and improve diagnosis methods.

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Home Ground Radio
1:00 pm
Tue May 13, 2014

Tami Haaland, Montana's Poet Laureate

Tami Haaland
Credit Brian D'Ambrosio, Huffington Post

5/13/14: This week on "Home Ground:" Merriam Webster's dictionary defines "poem" as "a composition in verse, especially a highly developed, imaginative one." Poetry enjoys great popularity in some cultures, but not in the U.S. Does this matter? Can something be done about it? Tami Haaland, raised on a farm on the Hi-Line, thinks it does and it can. She's Montana's poet laureate.

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Musician's Spotlight
1:00 pm
Tue May 13, 2014

John Butler

5/13/14: This week on "Musician's Spotlight:" On the heels of the release of "Flesh and Blood," John Butler returns to "Musician's Spotlight," updating listeners on the state of his "garden,” a metaphor for balancing time with family and friends, his responsibilities as a business owner, and his passion for music.

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