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, May 4th. Today we have stories about the coronavirus relief task force, which businesses can reopen their doors today under phase one of Montana's reopening plan and an online forum with gubernatorial candidates about mental health.

It's Friday, April 1st. Today we have stories about how Montanans are feeling a week into the phased reopening plan, the Keystone XL oil pipeline and how or when schools plan to reopen.

It's Thursday, April 30th. Today we have stories about the latest coronavirus updates, the new Missing Persons Specialist for Montana and Kalispell Regional Healthcare's phased reopening plan.

It's Wednesday, April 29th. Today we have stories about updates on coronavirus, affordable housing in Columbia Falls and a pilot program that would allow the state's largest utility to separate its revenue from its electricity sales.

It's Tuesday, April 28th. Today we have stories about the latest coronavirus updates, guidelines for disposing radioactive oil waste and the difficulties facing school counselors during the pandemic.

It's Monday, April 27th. Today we have stories about the virtual debate on agriculture and rural issues Montana's gubernatorial candidates attended over weekend and face masks.

It's Friday, April 24th. Today we have stories about an online art exhibit expressing how people are feeling during the pandemic, women in agriculture and testing for coronavirus.

It's Thursday, April 23rd. Today we have stories about the plan for gradual reopening of the state, including what the plan means for Montana's schools, businesses, tibes and hospitals.

It's Wednesday, April 22nd. Today we have stories about NorthWestern Energy's plan to buy a larger share of the Colstrip power plant, preparing to reopen schools and how the pandemic has fundamentally changed a young family living in Missoula.

It's Tuesday, April 21st. Today we have stories about tribal colleges, open government during the pandemic and community health centers.

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