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Out-of-staters are becoming a greater share of the hunters and anglers in Montana. Out-of-state anglers accounted for more than 85% of the increase in Montana fishing license holders from 2010 to 2017, according to data gathered by the Legislative Fiscal Division.

Evening Newscast 11-15-19

Nov 15, 2019

The head of Montana’s Public Service Commission says he didn’t intentionally hide from the public the panel’s approval of a $6.5 million rate hike for NorthWestern Energy customers.

Flathead’s Bigfork High School has its first school resource officer in 11 years.

NorthWestern Energy is asking state utility regulators to sign off on the company’s request to increase their customers’ electric bills by $23.8 million for one year.

After more than 25 years spent running hospitals in Tennessee and Montana, Jeff Fee jumped into entrepreneurship with the 2018 launch of PatientOne. In February of 2019, the startup attracted $1.2 million in venture capital from several funds, including Revolution’s Rise of the Rest seed fund, co-founded by former AOL CEO, Steve Case.

On this episode of Can Do: Lessons from Savvy Montana Entrepreneurs, Jeff Fee talks about what’s new in digital medical care and the challenges of jumping mid-career into the world of startups.

Evening Newscast 11-14-19

Nov 14, 2019

A debate between Montana Republican gubernatorial contenders is moving forward in Helena despite the absence of one of the candidates.

Gov. Steve Bullock will again miss the debate stage in his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. 

The Psychedelic Circus is rolling back to the airwaves to share more psychedelic gems mined & collected by Doc Sandoz over the last month. Join Joan Richarde and Doc Sandoz Nov. 15 from 10 p.m. to midnight for a trip into the deepest part of your psychedelic sensibilities!

A moose in Montana has tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD) for the first time. The finding expands the area wildlife managers believed the disease to exist.

The moose was killed north of Troy, just a half of a mile outside of the Libby CWD management zone, which spans a 10-mile radius around Libby. Thirty white-tailed deer have tested positive for CWD within the management zone since the disease was discovered this spring.

A debate between Montana Republican gubernatorial contenders is moving forward in Helena despite the absence of one of the candidates.

Carroll College announced Thursday it will hold the first GOP primary debate in the governor’s race later this month.

Kalispell Regional Healthcare (KRH) was fined $65,000 this summer for failing to comply with training requirements outlined in an agreement with federal authorities. The agreement followed a $24 million settlement in 2018 that ended a lawsuit claiming the hospital violated anti-kickback laws.

For many it's an awesome thing. People write poetry and Hip hop songs about it. It can take over your body and bend it to its will. It's often a complicated thing. It is love.

But what exactly is love? Where does it come from? And what does oxytocin have to do with it?

Share the love and tune into the Children’s Corner Nov. 16 at 9 a.m. for the award-winning CBC podcast 'Tai Asks Why.' Tai will answer this burning question, or at least give it a heartfelt try.

Kathryn Trueblood is the author of four books, including The Sperm Donor’s Daughter and Other Tales of Modern Family, and Diary of a Slut. Her work speaks candidly to the perils and absurdity of parenting in modern times. This interview traverses those dark and light places, while diving into craft elements along with Kathryn’s vision for a more supported future for women and families.

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