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Mountain West Voices

Monday 4:54 PM
  • Hosted by Clay Scott

Mountain West Voices with host Clay Scott is a program featuring the extraordinary stories of ordinary people throughout the Rocky Mountain West.

Mountain West Voices podcast

Clay Scott

In this episode of "Mountain West Voices:" A Montana couple talks about wind, sustainable energy, and their (mostly) successful attempt to live off grid.

Curtis Brien is principal and athletic director of Lodge Grass High School on Montana's Crow Indian Reservation. But his path to that position was long and difficult. In this episode of Mountain West Voices, he talks about the emotional and physical scars left by his four years at Indian boarding schools, and what he learned from the experience.

Tongue River Stories: The Music of Martha Scanlan

Mar 11, 2016

This week on Mountain West Voices: A visit with singer/songwriter Martha Scanlan on the remote ranch in southeastern Montana that inspired Tongue River Stories - her album about landscape, tradition and community.

Elvia: A Parisian War Bride in Montana

Feb 28, 2016
Nicky Quellet

In this episode of "Mountain West Voices," Elvia Stockton talks about her romance with American painter Bill Stockton at the end of WWII, and her transition from Paris to the isolated Montana sheep ranch where she lived with her husband for more than 50 years.

Clay Scott

In this episode of "Mountain West Voices," Montana rancher Ellen Pfister talks about the impact of longwall coal mining on the ranching communities of central Montana.

(Broadcast: "Mountain West Voices,"  2/22/16, Mondays, 4:53 p.m., or via podcast.)

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