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Bicycle Tourism
1:22 pm
Thu May 8, 2014

There's money in those bicycles

Jim with one of his daughters at Key West
Jim Sayer

Bicycle tourism is big money these days.
       In tonight's feature interview with Edward O'Brien, Jim Sayer talks about the economic benefits bicycle tourism holds for cities and counties interested in taking advantage of the sector's growing revenue potential.

Sayer's executive director of the Missoula-based Adventure Cycling Association, the largest bicycle advocacy membership organization in North America.
      Sayer says the concept of bike tourism doesn't always fit into a single definition.

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Fiction
6:02 am
Thu May 8, 2014

Evil Is "Milky" White in Adrianne Harun's Novel

A Man Came Out of a Door in the Mountain, a novel by Adrianne Harun

Adrianne Harun talks about missing girls and women along "The Highway of Tears"' in British Columbia. And explains why she chose the color white to represent evil in her novel A Man Came Out of a Door in the Mountain.

About the Book:

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

The Preservationist

Credit Clay Scott

5/7/14: This week on "Mountain West Voices:" A conversation with Kirby Mathew, award-winning preservationist, at a remote Montana cabin that is one of hundreds of historic buildings he has restored.

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Daines for Senate
10:39 am
Wed May 7, 2014

Steve Daines wants to repeal Obamacare, cut Medicaid, and log more

Congressman Steve Daines
Credit William Marcus

With the biggest war chest, and the most name recognition, Congressman Steve Daines has a clear edge over his opponents Champ Edmunds and Susan Cundiff in the Republican U.S. Senate primary. The former Bozeman businessman is serving his first - and possibly - last term as Montana's lone representative in the U.S. House. Now he wants to win the Senate seat, long held by democrat Max Baucus, back for the Republican party.
    In this feature interview, Daines talks with News Director Sally Mauk about his campaign - and about some of the current issues facing Congress.

 

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Flathead Forestry Expo
10:26 am
Wed May 7, 2014

Finding common ground in the forest at the 25th Annual Forestry Expo

Forester Chris Damrow with FH Stolttoze Land & Lumber works with other volunteers to prep the Trumbell y Creek Educational Forest for the annual Forestry Expo.
Katrin Frye

Finding common ground in the forest is one of the key goals of the Family Forestry Expo in the Flathead, and it has been since the Expo first came together 25-years-ago. May 5-9, fifth graders from across the area head to a section of forest on the outskirts of Columbia Falls learning about fisheries, forest fire, back country camping and safety, logging, and more.

Spotted Bear District Ranger Deb Mucklow with the Flathead National Forest worked on the very first Forestry Expo in 1989. She said there was a lot of polarization on natural resources issues.

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Commentary - May 7th, 2014
9:23 am
Wed May 7, 2014

Pride In Our Legal System

May 1st was Law Day, America's yearly recognition of and reflection upon the unique role our legal system plays in our democracy. Law Day was first proposed by ABA president Charles S. Rhyne in 1957. It was envisioned as a day to honor our strong heritage of liberty, justice and equality under law. A heritage traced back to the English noblemen who met in May 1215 to prepare the Magna Carta, signed by King John in June 1215.

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Works by Strauss and Wagner, with horn soloist
8:00 am
Wed May 7, 2014

Missoula Symphony Orchestra broadcast, Sunday, May 11th, 7:00pm

Eric Ruske, horn soloist
Credit Matt Dine

5/11/14: Join host Marguerite Munsche Sunday evening for a broadcast of the final concert in the 2013-2014 season of the Missoula Symphony Orchestra, Darko Butorac, music director and conductor.

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Reflections West
7:00 pm
Tue May 6, 2014

Damon Falke

5/6/14 & 5/7/14: This week on "Reflections West:" Poet Damon Falke reflects on how the grand landscape of the West invites us to observe.  Falke shares a poem about his father teaching him how to look carefully for ancient fragments in the desert.

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Musician's Spotlight
1:00 pm
Tue May 6, 2014

Le Vent du Nord

5/6/14: This week on "Musicians' Spotlight:" Le Vent du Nord captures the energy and mirth of a Saturday night kitchen party, infusing old Québec with a cosmopolitan breath of fresh air. Accordion, foot-tapping, hurdy gurdy and jaw harp characterize the sound of this engaging French-Canadian band.

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Climate change: tropics
9:12 am
Tue May 6, 2014

Another effect of climate change: disappearing lizards

University of Washington biologist Ray Huey

Ray Huey has been studying lizards for a long time - but he's finding fewer of them to study. The University of Washington biology professor's research into the evolutionary physiology of lizards and tortoises, especially in the tropics, is finding dramatic impacts from climate change.

Huey was recently a guest lecturer at the University of Montana, and took time to sit down in our studios with News Director Sally Mauk to talk about the evolutionary and ecological effects of our warming climate.
 

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