House Judiciary Hearing On Impeachment

President Trump and Crow Chariman AJ Not Afraid shake hands during their meeting on November 26.
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Trump Administration Creates MMIP Task Force

President Donald Trump formed a task force to address missing and murdered indigenous people last month.

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Montana’s largest utility is in the planning process that informs how it acquires energy over the next two decades. Today, environmental advocates rallied in the state capital for a greater investment in renewable energy.

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On this episode of Field Days, veterinarian Dick Cunningham takes care of yearlings at the Grebe Ranch in Melstone. 


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For most of his life, Bill Stockton was both artist and rancher. Though he wasn’t commercially successful in the 1940s when he began painting, he sold art throughout his 57-year career and found a sustainable existence. Stockton’s influence can be seen under many contemporary artists working today. Interest in his life and work has been re-stoked with the exhibition of his life’s work, featuring more than 120 pieces culled from private and museum collections.

Montana ranchers and artists Theodore Waddell and Patrick Zentz join Resounds co-hosts Anna Paige and Corby Skinner in the studio to discuss their relationship with Stockton and the artist's legacy. The three artists shared a unique combination of art and ranching backgrounds, and are among a handful of people in the 70s painting and ranching.  


It's Monday, December 9th. Today we have stories about where Montana wildlife managers have found chronic wasting disease cases and the Trump administration's task force to address missing and murdered indigenous people.

President Trump and Crow Chariman AJ Not Afraid shake hands during their meeting on November 26.
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President Donald Trump formed a task force to address missing and murdered indigenous people last month. 

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The Trump administration reauthorized a controversial device used to kill livestock predators Thursday, despite strong opposition. 

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A former Helena elementary school teacher and husband of Democratic state superintendent of public instruction candidate Melissa Romano is facing a felony drug charge. The charges were filed Tuesday. 

It's Friday, December 6th. Today we have stories about the controversial M-44 device, the CSKT tribal water compact and a school program aimed at lowering student suicide rates. 

Montana Senator Steve Daines and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes announced Thursday that they have come to a new agreement that would settle thousands of the tribes’ water rights claims.

Daines says he will introduce legislation next week that, if approved by Congress, will bring more than a decade of negotiation over the tribes’ water rights to an end. Daines was not available for an interview, but provided this recorded comment.

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The Rosebud Mine on Thursday announced it’s renewed a contract to supply Colstrip power plant Units 3 and 4 with coal until 2025.

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Resounds: Arts And Culture On The High Plains

Hosts Anna Paige and Corby Skinner bring listeners access to the creators who live in our communities and who tell our stories through their art.

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This season, Sarah Brown follows the veterinarians at Treasure Veterinary Services

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