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 Monday, October 7th. Today we have stories about U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardts' visit to the Rocky Mountain Front, oil and gas leases and a report from a clean energy rally in Billings.

It's Friday, October 4th. Today we have stories about ht enew Grizzly Bear Advisory Council, the newest candidate for Montana Governor and where water from the Berkeley Pit is being released.

It's Thursday, October 3rd. Today we have stories about what Montana State Senators are doing during the recess, the Big Horn county missing presons task force and development in a case involving a federal agent questioning two women for speaking Spanish in Havre. 

It's Wednesday, October 2nd. Today we have stories about the 2020 U.S. Senate race, the Badger-Two Medicine area and we'll hear about a new restaurant in Billings from Stella Fong of YPR's Flavors Under the Big Sky.

It's Tuesday, October 1st. Today we have stories about who a new Bozeman Helena health agreement effects, where water from the Berkeley Pit is being discharged and why a nonprofit organization near Bozeman is being investigated.

It's Monday, September 30th. Today we have stories about anti-semetic fliers in Helena, the new Billings airport and rock climbing.

Today is Friday, September 27. Today we've got stories on the U.S.-Japan trade deal, incoming winter weather and what swings in the mysis shrimp population in Flathead Lake might mean for trout.

It's Thursday, September 26. Today we've got stories on New Zealand mud snails, chronic wasting disease and radioactive oil waste.

It's Wednesday, September 25th. Today we have updates from both MSUB and UM, reactions to the impeachment inquirey announced yesterday and a report on glyphosates.

It's Tuesday, September 24th. Today we have stories about concerns surrounding Governor Steve Bullock's Climate Council, selenium contamination in the Kootenai River and teen suicide prevention.

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