Montana Symphony Orchestras
8:01 pm
Tue October 14, 2014

Missoula Symphony Orchestra Broadcast: Sunday, October 19, 7:00 p.m.

Join host Marguerite Munsche Sunday evening, October 19, 2014, for a broadcast of the opening concert of the Missoula Symphony Orchestra's 60th season, Darko Butorac, music director and conductor.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:35 pm
Tue October 14, 2014

Newscast 10-14-2014

The employees of Missoula's water company say the city should give up trying to take it over. Local health officials say there's little risk to the public if St. Patrick hospital gets a patient with Ebola. And Republicans react to Gov. Bullock's plan to spend more on early childhood education.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:18 pm
Tue October 14, 2014

Newscast 10-13-2014

Gov. Bullock makes the case to give Montana preschoolers an "early edge." Both sides in the debate over election day voter registration say it's about making election day easier for everyday Montanans. Three thousand teachers are on their way to Missoula to sharpen their skills.

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St. Patrick Hospital A Designated Facility
5:40 pm
Tue October 14, 2014

Is Missoula At Risk For Ebola?

Credit Missoula City Website

The news that a nurse has contracted the first-ever case of Ebola transmitted in the United States could make it more likely that any future Ebola patients in the United States might come to Missoula. That nurse in Dallas became infected while caring for a patient from west Africa.

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Mountain Water Condemnation
5:33 pm
Tue October 14, 2014

Mountain Water Employees Ask Mayor To Stop Condemnation Attempt

Missoula Mayor John Engen says the city won’t abandon its efforts to buy Mountain Water.
Credit Courtesy photo

The employees of Missoula’s privately-owned Mountain Water Company today asked the city to give up its quest to buy the company via condemnation.

Missoula Mayor John Engen says the city won’t abandon its efforts to buy Mountain Water.

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Controlled Burning
5:31 pm
Tue October 14, 2014

BLM To Conduct Controlled Burn Near Lincoln

Credit Colby Hawkinson USFWS cc-by-2.0

The Bureau of Land Management says it’s conducting a controlled burn in the mountains west of Lincoln, and that smoke may be visible in the area during the next month.

The agency is planning to burn 62 acres in the Ward Creek Drainage, a tributary of the Blackfoot River. It says the project may take up to two weeks to complete, and will happen when weather and fuel conditions are favorable, but could occur anytime over the next month.

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Commentary - October 14th, 2014
2:00 pm
Tue October 14, 2014

Montana’s Forest Products Week

The views expressed don't reflect the views of this station

October 17 through the 24 marks the fourth annual Montana “Forest Products Week”.  In 2011, the state legislature set aside a week, every October, to recognize the importance of Montana’s forest products industry, their contribution to the management of our forest lands, to Montana’s economy, and to the stability of our timber-dependent communities.

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A Folk Show Special
1:52 pm
Tue October 14, 2014

The Music-Based Memories of Vietnam Veterans, With Hugo Keesing And Doug Bradley

Hugo Keesing's 13-disc aural history of the Vietnam War, from the perspective of Americans in the armed forces.

As part of Missoula's 2014 Big Read project, two music scholars, Doug Bradley and Hugo Keesing, share their insights with "Folk Show" host John Myers on what American popular and folk music of the 1960s and 1970s can tell us about the Vietnam War.

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Musician's Spotlight
5:00 am
Tue October 14, 2014

Carolina Chocolate Drops

The Carolina Chocolate Drops

For the past decade, the Grammy Award-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops have been highlighting the African-American place in American stringband music. Singer Rhiannon Giddens and multi-instrumentalist Hubby Jenkins reflect on the band’s ascending career and how it fits into the history of the genre.

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