A pregnant nurse in Great Falls says Benefis Health System should not be allowed to force their employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine. She's just one of hundreds of nurses who have been lobbying the Montana State Legislature to bar employers from forcing their employees to get the vaccine.
That's right for 364 days Sarge's wife Sue and her family were not able to hug their mom. It finally happened last week. Check out the full audio as Sarge described what that moment was like, and what the past year has been like
In case you missed it, country music star Tracy Byrd did the watermelon crawl during a ride-along with a Great Falls, Montana police officer. As you can see, Officer McAdam is quite the musician in his own right.
They'll take you out to the wheat fields, the canola fields, and give you a first-hand look at the pulse crops that Montana has taken the lead in. To make it even better- you'll wind up at the Celtic Cowboy in Great Falls for drinks and appetizers at the end of the day.
Coming up on Thursday's Montana Talks statewide radio show: we'll take you back to Great Falls, as we chat with business and city leaders. We'll also catch up with the CMR Museum to find out about the latest renovations, and more.
Coming up on Friday's Montana Talks- we're gonna cover everything from 5G technology to UAV's in agriculture, as we chat with FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr. Plus, check out the great photo from the Sip 'N Dip, and the video with the smokejumpers in Missoula.
*Above photo was taken of the crowd at President Trump's rally in Great Falls back in July. After first launching in Billings back in January, "Montana Talks" with Aaron Flint is spreading rapidly across the state. The show can now be heard on a big r…