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In a state with wide-open vistas and scenic wilderness, clues to an unsolved murder can disappear as quickly as footprints in the falling snow. Montana Murder Mysteries is a podcast brought to you by ABC FOX Montana. Missoula-based journalists Blake Simonson and Angela Marshall explore cold case homicides with up-to-date reporting and firsthand interviews with investigators. Visit abcfoxmontana.com to see photos, additional information and sources for each episode.
 
Montana is a large state with few people and is probably best known for once playing host to the Unabomber. Aside from that, most people know next to nothing about the state's history or the bizarre crimes that have taken place there. The Gravel Road is dedicated to exploring Montana's many crimes and mysteries as seen through the eyes of a Big Sky Country native.
 
We are the Sweating Palms podcast. We have decided to embrace our awkward existence, sense of humor, and cackling laughs to bring forth a podcast that explores humanity through vulnerability and humor. The goal of this podcast is to bring people together through stories that will make your palms sweat. Cringe-worthy mishaps, embarrassing moments, falling in love, true crime, ghost stories... if it makes our palms sweat, it's game on.
 
This is Big Sky Lede, a dive into the stories about how government and politics drive the direction of Montana. This podcast is from the reporters of the Montana State News Bureau in Helena, your eyes and ears on state government. The Montana State News Bureau consists of bureau chief Holly Michels, deputy bureau chief Tom Kuglin and investigative reporters Seaborn Larson and Sam Wilson. The podcast is produced by Thom Bridge.
 
A New Angle is an educational, business, and popular culture podcast celebrating cool people doing awesome things in and around Montana. We live in the College of Business at the University of Montana. New episodes drop every Tuesday. Recent and upcoming guests include Eric Sprunk (UM Alum and Nike, Inc. COO), US Senator Jon Tester, US Representative Greg Gianforte, Cheryl Strayed (best-selling author of Wild), NYT Columnist Maureen Dowd, and many others.
 
Today's most talented and compelling musicians visit Musicians' Spotlight to "talk shop" and give you a deeper insight into their music. Host and producer John Floridis brings his own musical expertise along with over a decade and a half of experience conducting interviews. Guests on the show have included legendary musicians like B.B King; Alison Krauss; Lyle Lovett; Wilco; Brandi Carlile; Daryl Jones of the Rolling Stones; The Cowboy Junkies; Richard Thompson; Mary Chapin Carpenter; Bruce ...
 
Can Do, MTPR's podcast on business and entrepreneurship hosted by Arnie Sherman is in its fourth season, and we’re expanding. This season will feature the same informative interviews and the lessons Montana business owners and entrepreneurs have to share. But times are changing. There’s a major election in November and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change how business is done. The main focus this season is on the here & now. How does a business survive in today’s volatile economy? How c ...
 
Montana has produced an extraordinary number of notable books and stories, many of which have been instrumental in defining the American West. A River Runs Through It, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, Fools Crow, The Big Sky, Perma Red, and The Last Best Place, all Montana books. For this podcast, Montana writers Russell Rowland (In Open Spaces, Fifty-Six Counties: A Montana Journey) and Aaron Parrett (Montana Then and Now and Literary Butte) will discuss two books per episode, in an effort ...
 
A podcast about what’s driving Montana’s 2020 elections and where the outcomes could lead us. Montana Free Press, Montana Public Radio and Yellowstone Public Radio are partnering to bring listeners along for a deeper look at the most important issues on the ballot. The nine-episode series debuts Sept. 8, 2020 and will culminate just before Election Day.
 
The Wind from Eden: Montana Weather Stories is produced by the Acoustic Atlas at the Montana State University Library: https://acousticatlas.org. The series looks at how weather has shaped the history, culture, and literature of Central Montana. It is brought to you by the MSU Library’s Ivan Doig archive with support from Humanities Montana. Original music for the series was provided by Flynn Cohen at flynncohen.net. Audio from Ivan Doig’s books English Creek and This House of Sky was provid ...
 
This is the Montana Real Estate Podcast, where we will pull back the curtain, tell it like it is, and answer all of your Montana real estate questions. Buying and selling real estate in Montana can be challenging, and local knowledge is the key. We will explore the different areas of the state, and educate you on the different issues that play a role in real estate transactions in Montana. This Podcast is hosted by Will Friedner, a Broker with Glacier Sotheby's International Realty in Whitef ...
 
David Graham is a speaker, author, businessman, former pastor, and founding Director of Youth With A Mission, Montana. He is also the author of the song, “In Moments Like These.” This song appropriately describes this podcast which a short Biblical-based and encouraging devotional influenced by David’s lifetime of personal moments. These moments are shared with a heart to encourage and inspire you to see him, our heavenly father at work in your own moments.
 
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The Missoula County Sheriff's Office has identified the remains of a woman found nearly 36 years ago near Crystal Creek. The woman, formally identified as Christy Crystal Creek, is now known as Janet Lee Lucas, 23, of Spokane. Christy Crystal Creek was long thought to be a victim of Missoula serial killer, Wayne Nance. Is that now still the case?…
 
Over the past five years, Montana has seen exponential growth in venture capital investment. From 2015 to 2020, the state attracted over $500 million in early-stage funding. In the previous 20 years, that figure had been just $144 million. Next Frontier Capital has played a central role in this growth. Founded in 2015 in Bozeman, Montana and focusi…
 
Butte, MT. 1895. The year began with an explosion and ended in a petty dispute between two undertakers over a young man's body. And that's only the half of it. For a complete list of sources for this episode, click here. Find me on Instagram @thegravelroadmt Episode 5 "The Common Denominator: Part 1" will be released on May 19th @11pm Central Time.…
 
Tucked away in a sleepy town near Glacier National Park is one of the industry's leading distributors of commercially tied fly patterns, Montana Fly Company. Fly shops and anglers the world over have come to rely on MFC's ingenuity, creativity, consistency, and quality. National Sales Manager, Jake Chutz, is an integral part of the operation and li…
 
Bozeman police are investigating a report made by Gallatin County’s health officer alleging bar employees shoved him multiple times during a health inspection. Health officer Matt Kelley says he was pushed out of a local bar during an inspection looking into a growing number of COVID-19 infections among younger people.…
 
Airport officials say work on an expansion that will nearly triple the size of Glacier International Airport will resume this summer. The airport serving the Flathead Valley and Glacier National Park will gain 125,000 square feet, adding additional gates and space for baggage handling areas, TSA staff and passengers.…
 
Veteran journalist Chuck Johnson joins Sally and Gwen to talk about the good and bad changes and challenges in Montana journalism over his over 40-year career — including decreased access and increased distrust. Listen now on Parsing The Press, with Sally Mauk and Gwen FlorioBy sally.mauk@mtpr.org (Sally Mauk)
 
BNSF, one of the nation’s largest rail companies, is suing the Center for Asbestos Related Disease (CARD) in federal court for what it alleges is over-diagnoses of asbestos-related diseases. Courts have already ruled BNSF shares liability for spreading asbestos in the town of Libby, MT. In response, CARD says the rail company is really accusing a t…
 
YESTERDAY’S NEWS -- Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of yellow journalism... Murder In The Ozarks Episode 442 shows how a small town in Arkansas splits down the middle when the son of the local justice of the peace is accused of the brutal murder of a popular young lady. …
 
The world seems to have gone awry at different times in history. We might wonder if the Lord really takes note of this age or if the Lord is just sleeping. Habakkuk wants to know what the Lord is doing. The Lord shocked him by saying that he sending the Babylonians to bring judgment. How can the Lord counteract the problem that is worse than what H…
 
Gov. Greg Gianforte Wednesday signed into law a significant increase to a tax credit for donors to school choice scholarship programs. The program benefits both public and private schools, but the bill eases restrictions on what private schools are required to do in order to receive funding.By Aaron Bolton
 
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