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Montana Evening Edition - February 17th, 2014
1:19 pm
Mon February 17, 2014

Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame

A group of Montana state agencies and conservation organizations are working to create a "Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame".

Well known Montana conservationist, and founder of the "Orion - the Hunter's Institute", Jim Posewitz, is behind the effort to honor people who've contributed to the restoration and conservation of Montana's fish, wildlife and other outdoor amenities.
    In this interview with Edward O'Brien, Posewitz has more and explains his lifelong passion for the outdoors:

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Monday Poems
6:47 am
Mon February 17, 2014

"Birds of a Feather"

Ed Lahey

(For Marylor)

A woman I love, my ex-wife
with our infant granddaughter
rounded an aisle
in the new Safeway
where we were shopping.

"There's a sparrow flying overhead,"

she said, when she saw me.
We both looked upwards.
I wanted so badly
to tell her something
she could cherish, so she
would know

that I love her, like her even,
more than I hate her, but all
I could think of was a bird
I once saw shredded
by an exhaust fan.

Feathers floating willy nilly.

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Music by Greig, Mendelssohn, Dvorak
5:54 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

Pianist Alon Goldstein featured with Glacier Symphony

"Front Row Center," Sunday, February 16th, 2014: Michael Marsolek talks with John Zoltek, Music Director and Conductor of the Glacier Symphony and Chorale, about the GSC's February concerts, featuring guest pianist, Alon Goldstein.

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Walsh Appointment
5:52 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

Bullock says he was not in touch with Democratic operatives on Walsh appointment

Gov. Steve Bullock, Lt. Gov. John Walsh and Walsh's wife, Janet on the day of Walsh's appointment to the U.S. Senate.
Credit Dan Boyce

Governor Steve Bullock said Friday he spoke to no Democratic Party officials ahead of appointing John Walsh to the U.S. Senate other than to tell Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid the issue was “none of your damn business.”

This is in response to criticism from the state GOP, which has described the move as a political backroom deal orchestrated to help Democrats maintain control of the Senate in the 2014 election.

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Paycheck to Paycheck
2:51 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival premiere film showcases plight of women on the economic edge

Katrina Gilbert and family
Credit HBO

The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival kicks off tomorrow in Missoula and its opening night film - Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert - will be screened at the Wilma Theater and is free and open to the public.

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Commentary - February 13th, 2014
12:21 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

Educators as Leaders

What do Mike Mansfield, Pat Williams, Jon Tester, Bob Brown and Angela McLean have in common?

Mike Mansfield, Senate Majority Leader longer than anyone in US history, led a US Senate that was arguably the most productive in US history.

Pat Williams, elected Montana Congressman for nine straight terms, more than anyone in our history, had a record of legislative accomplishment in fields as varied as labor, education, the arts, wilderness and public lands access.

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Love Your Public Radio
10:20 am
Fri February 14, 2014

#NPR Valentines

#NPRValentines

In the spirit of Valentine's Day, NPR offers some expressions of love, public radio style.

See them all at  http://www.npr.org/valentine/

Also check out the #NPRValentines tweets.

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The Plant Detective
8:00 am
Fri February 14, 2014

Milk Thistle II

February 15th, 2014: Milk thistle is both a noxious weed and the tenth best-selling medicinal herb in the U.S. Its role in protecting the liver points to the scope of its potential. Research is ongoing into its ability to protect against prostate and skin cancer, enhance certain cancer drugs, prevent some side effects of chemotherapy, protect against damage from UV light, and more.

http://www.floradelaterre.com/

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Capturing the Puff
8:00 am
Fri February 14, 2014

Soufflé Photos

Chocolate soufflé
Credit Alpha from Melbourne

February 16th, 2014: Jon and Greg reveal the secrets to artfully photographing soufflés. (Hint: you'll need a lot of soufflés.)

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Home Ground Radio
8:00 am
Fri February 14, 2014

Cooper Hibbard

"Home Ground Radio," February 18th, 2014: You grew up the fifth generation in a ranching family, and decided by age twelve your life would be to manage the ranch – the grass, the water, the livestock, the wildlife.  Now you’re 29.   Are you ready?  Meet Cooper Hibbard.

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