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 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. 

It's Thursday, December 5th. Today we have stories about what's next for Governor Steve Bullock, grizzly bears and bison management. 

It's Wednesday, December 4th. Today we have stories about small business development in Billings, Big Arm State Park on Flathead Lake and the winter bison hunt near Yellowstone National Park. 

It's Tuesday, December 3rd. Today we have stories about an evacuation at Bigfork High School, a remembrance of University of Montana alumna Emma Lommasson and the cross country ski festival in West Yellowstone. 

It's Monday, December 2nd. Today we have stories about the street wear brand Supreme, Whitefish-based Potter's Field Ministries and record grizzly bear killings.

It's Wednesday, November 27th. Today we have stories about the Colstrip power plant, the Republican gubernatorial debate in Helena and a Flavor Moment with Stella Fong and Ken Siebert.

It's Tuesday, November 26th. Today we have stories about how the Keystone pipeline effects missing and murdered indigenous women, childcare and beaver dams as a potential habitat restoration tool.

It's Monday, November 25th. Today we have stories about Crow law enforcement, Attorney General William Barr's visit to Montana and crisis fatigue in Colstrip.

It's Friday, November 22nd. Today we have stories about stoneflies in Glacier National Park, Savannah's Act and an update on Potter's Field Ministries and its affliliated burger chain in Whitefish.

It's Thursday, November 21st. Today we have stories about a lawsuit from three environmental groups over the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's recover plan for bull trout and a lawsuit against federal wildlife services.

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