The Worm

Weekdays at 7:00 AM

The Worm is a daily news podcast for early bird listeners. Host Jess Sheldahl rounds up stories from the newsrooms of Yellowstone Public Radio and Montana Public Radio. Available online and on podcasting apps by 7 A.M. weekdays.
 

It's Thursday, March 19th. Today we have stories about a longer and warmer spring season in the state and updates on coronavirus.

It's Wednesday, March 18th. Today we have stories about NorthWestern Energy, Indian Health Services report on the agency's response to a former doctor's abuse of patients and updates on coronavirus.

It's Tuesday, March 17th. Today we have stories about NorthWestern Energy, the elk herd in the Bangtail Mountains testing negative for brucellosis and updates on coronavirus.

It's Monday, March 16th. Today we have stories about how officials are reacting and people are preparing as Montana sees it's first cases of the novel coronavirus.

It's Friday, March 13th. Today we have stories about coronavirus, legal challenges against a new Montana law that limits the number of ballots a person can deliver and the annual Made in Montana tradeshow.

It's Thursday, March 12th. Today we have stories about coronavirus, whether the Montana National Guard has enough funding and the reopening of Mudman Burgers associated with an embattled Whitefish Christian ministry.

It's Wednesday, March 11th. Today we have stories about hemp, surprises from Monday's candidate filings and an interview with Pulitzer Prize winning author and New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof about his new book.

It's Tuesday, March 10th. Today we have stories about two women who claim they were detained for speaking Spanish, Governor Steve Bullock's run for Senate and an update on Coronavirus.

It's Monday, March 9th. Today we have stories about managing grizzly bear conflicts on the Rocky Mountain Front, census hiring and how Crow tribal government is preparing for coronavirus.

It's Friday, March 6th. Today we have stories about rural school funding, efforts to learn more about antelope and how Coronavirus is affecting tourism in Montana.

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