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In 2004, Ron Glick was falsely charged and arrested by officials in Kalispell, Montana, to stop his efforts to stand up to those self-sane corrupt officials. He has been held as a political prisoner in Montana ever since. This podcast is about both Ron’s personal experiences and his efforts to expose the corrupt regime that has ruined not only his life, but so many others in an effort to hold onto power. It is about not only Ron’s struggle, but also about shining light on the darkness Montan ...
 
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Breakfast In Montana

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Breakfast In Montana

Russell Rowland & Aaron Parrett

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Montana has produced an extraordinary number of notable books and stories, many of which have been instrumental in defining the American West. A River Runs Through It, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, Fools Crow, The Big Sky, Perma Red, and The Last Best Place, all Montana books. For this podcast, Montana writers Russell Rowland (In Open Spaces, Fifty-Six Counties: A Montana Journey) and Aaron Parrett (Montana Then and Now and Literary Butte) will discuss two books per episode, in an effort ...
 
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Yung Flamingo Club

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Montana Mendy, Justin Purser

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Yung Flamingo Club podcast is just one component of this exclusive club. We talk to tastemakers in technology, music, art, cinema, etc. The hosts Montana Mendy & Justin Purser go off a five-question format. The five questions are chosen at random from a wide list of questions sent to the guests just before each episode. The guests do not however know what five specific questions will be asked. Questions that invoke more interesting conversations and facts about them you can’t just read on th ...
 
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Sweating Palms

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Sweating Palms

Jenna Hamilton, Montana Killpack, Kara Rodgers

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We are the Sweating Palms podcast. We have decided to embrace our awkward existence, sense of humor, and cackling laughs to bring forth a podcast that explores humanity through vulnerability and humor. The goal of this podcast is to bring people together through stories that will make your palms sweat. Cringe-worthy mishaps, embarrassing moments, falling in love, true crime, ghost stories... if it makes our palms sweat, it's game on.
 
Can Do, MTPR's podcast on business and entrepreneurship hosted by Arnie Sherman is in its fifth season. This season will feature the same informative interviews and the lessons Montana business owners and entrepreneurs have to share. But times are changing. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to change how business is done. The main focus this season is on the here & now. How does a business survive in today’s volatile economy? How can you transition your business or start a new one? What can yo ...
 
In March, 1987, a man breaks into a Billings, Montana, home and sexually assaults a young girl then escapes undetected. The crime begins a decades-long recovery process for the girl and her family. It's also the start of a maddening search for justice that involves a suspect, an exoneration and DNA evidence that ultimately exposes a loophole in the US legal system. Hosted by Jule Banville Music Courtesy of Nic Bommarito
 
Fiction that leans against the truth, told from a Montana vantage. Season 3 is a reading of 'The Aether and Lie.' Enzi, a runaway and laborer who becomes an entrepreneur and a criminal, tells the story of Kaori, an artist from Tokyo who stalks and kills her ‘one love,’ and then confesses through her art. It is also Enzi’s story, tracing his drifting past and comparing his own failed ‘one love’ to his doomed relationship with the artist from Tokyo. It is a story of murders, money buried in th ...
 
A New Angle is an educational, business, and popular culture podcast celebrating cool people doing awesome things in and around Montana. We live in the College of Business at the University of Montana. New episodes drop every Thursday. Recent and upcoming guests include Eric Sprunk (UM Alum and Nike, Inc. COO), US Senator Jon Tester, US Representative Greg Gianforte, Cheryl Strayed (best-selling author of Wild), NYT Columnist Maureen Dowd, and many others.
 
The science that is needed to conserve everything from alpine meadows to great white sharks is covered here as we interview young and seasoned scientists that are passionate about their profession and what they are studying. The podcast is hosted by the Department of Ecology at Montana State University in beautiful Bozeman, Montana (the views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Ecology or Montana State University).
 
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Big Sky Lede

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Big Sky Lede

Helena Independent Record

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This is Big Sky Lede, a dive into the stories about how government and politics drive the direction of Montana. This podcast is from the reporters of the Montana State News Bureau in Helena, your eyes and ears on state government. The Montana State News Bureau consists of bureau chief Holly Michels, deputy bureau chief Tom Kuglin and investigative reporters Seaborn Larson and Sam Wilson. The podcast is produced by Thom Bridge.
 
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Shared State

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Shared State

Montana Free Press, Montana Public Radio, Yellowstone Public Radio

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A podcast about what’s driving Montana’s 2020 elections and where the outcomes could lead us. Montana Free Press, Montana Public Radio and Yellowstone Public Radio are partnering to bring listeners along for a deeper look at the most important issues on the ballot. The nine-episode series debuts Sept. 8, 2020 and will culminate just before Election Day.
 
The fly tying vise is like a campfire...bust one out, sit back, and listen to the stories unfold. Our vise is located in the "February Room", a Montana basement where the juices flow, and wild and wooly fly fishing experiences are recounted. Hosted by Justin and Lauren Karnopp. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lauren-karnopp3/support
 
Host Payne Lindsey returns with season 3 to investigate the North West Montana disappearance of Ashley Loring HeavyRunner, an indigenous woman who went missing from the Blackfeet Nation Indian Reservation in 2017. Up and Vanished is a true crime series that investigates mysterious cold case disappearances. Season 1 covered the disappearance of Georgia high school teacher Tara Grinstead, resulting in 2 arrests, and season 2 focused on the disappearance of young mother Kristal Reisinger from a ...
 
Montana Lowdown features in-depth conversations with top newsmakers, journalists, politicians, and experts about significant issues facing America's "last best place." Veteran award-winning journalist John S. Adams, founder and editor of Montana Free Press and the star of the documentary film "Dark Money," hosts the podcast, shedding light on essential news stories and broadening the debate on the hottest topics.
 
David Graham is a speaker, author, businessman, former pastor, and founding Director of Youth With A Mission, Montana. He is also the author of the song, “In Moments Like These.” This song appropriately describes this podcast which a short Biblical-based and encouraging devotional influenced by David’s lifetime of personal moments. These moments are shared with a heart to encourage and inspire you to see him, our heavenly father at work in your own moments.
 
The wild heart of North America - the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem - is home to vast landscapes, roaring rivers, and iconic wildlife, and diverse communities. What kind of threats face this remarkable place, and how can we ensure its protection? Join us to hear the stories of those who love this wild ecosystem. Presented by the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, an organization dedicated to working with people to protect the lands, waters, and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: http ...
 
Join 3 friends as they explore the beer world together from across the country. 3 friends from Connecticut, Montana, and North Carolina experience the craft beer industry from drinking local and national brews, interviewing, and homeworking their own beer. Not to be constrained by alcohol types the guys also explore Obert's liquor cabinet and Tud's vermouth fridge.The guys and gals will discuss a wide variety of topics from beer brewing to comedy and world events. Remember to have fun and al ...
 
Montana Mint Sports has all of your favorite Montana podcasts: Montana Mint Sports Pod: All things Cat/Griz football and Big Sky Conference – Hosted by Bear Tycoon and Hot Take Nate Griz Fan Pod: A weekly pod on Griz football hosted by Luke, Mike, and Brint Big Sky, Big Takes: Think “Around the Horn” but for the Big Sky Conference. A collaboration with the Big Sky Podcast Network featuring beat writers from around the conference Montana Trivia Championship: The first gameshow devoted entirel ...
 
TONY MONTANA - настоящее открытие в современной танцевальной музыке с более, чем 10-летним стажем. Перфекционизм и желание быть лучшим во всем, постоянно совершенствоваться - не дают Антону стоять на месте. Из года в год Dj Tony Montana демонстрирует, как можно компилировать мощнейший саунд, достойный многотысячных рейвов! Резидент радиостанции Megapolis 89,5 FM, официальный DJ фестиваля Gatecrasher Russia, частый гость Promodj TV, постоянный участник вечеринок...
 
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Fret Boy

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Fret Boy

Tone Montana

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Welcome to Fret Boy where words are weapons, and only liars tell the truth! The government will always be your best friend, money does not cause greed, and the world ended in 2012. You just havent realized it yet!
 
In a state with wide-open vistas and scenic wilderness, clues to an unsolved murder can disappear as quickly as footprints in the falling snow. Montana Murder Mysteries is a podcast brought to you by ABC FOX Montana. Missoula-based journalist Angela Marshall explores cold case homicides with up-to-date reporting and firsthand interviews with investigators. Visit abcfoxmontana.com or montanarightnow.com to see photos, additional information and sources for each episode.
 
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This episode builds on the foundation of the previous three part series on Justice to discuss the differences between Civil and Criminal law, and specifically how the overcriminalization of justice has perverted the actual intentions of the these different areas of law. Too often wrongs are seen as equivalent to crimes, and ergo are absorbed into t…
 
The investigation surrounding the disappearance and death of Kaysera Stops Pretty Places continues to raise red flags for her family two years later. The 18-year-old indigenous woman was last seen hanging out with friends in the small town of Hardin, Montana on August 24, 2019. Two weeks went by before her family and friends found out she had passe…
 
Still euphoric, and with maybe 1 or 2 GFP members a little hungover, we’re celebrating the Montana Grizzlies dismantling of the Bobcats. Shaun Rainey with ABC/Fox, SWX joins us for this marathon pod to give his thoughts and insights every step of the way as well. The Montana defense put forth its most dominant performance of the year. The special t…
 
Elise and Michael are back to finish breaking down the remaining songs from the Hannah Montana 2 album, including "Life's What You Make It," "One In A Million," "Bigger Than Us," "You And Me Together," and "True Friend"! Tune in to hear them discuss misheard lyrics, the surprising track that's actually a cover, comparisons between Hannah and Beetho…
 
"You don’t want to be with me,” Kris replied, her voice gravely and low. Laurie realized that there was still laughter— a different, high-pitched laughter, at the same time as Kris was speaking. “You want to be with them. You hate me.” “I don’t hate you,” she begged, trying not to let her legs give out. She felt like the dolls were closing in on he…
 
Our Lord says that you are the light of the world. This almost implies that we are call attention to our good works and the good things that we do. This would mean that Christ is commanding us to be self righteous and to engage in a piety competition. Are we really supposed to parade around our good works? Why would Christ warn us about the outward…
 
Hey Folks and welcome back to your annual tradition of playing for all your friends and family Drinking Alone, With Friends! That's right, its Thanksgiving here on the pod and we celebrate the only way we know how, by drinking beers loosely related to Thanksgiving and then giving out tangentially Thanksgiving handles! As always, but especially this…
 
This episode is just a brief view into the effects the holidays have on people like myself who are deprived basic human dignity through political or false imprisonment and the restrictions attached to that existence... Please help support our cause! For interview requests or information sharing from incarcerated or "supervised" individuals, please …
 
In our political systems we can have recounts because we want to make sure that the right person is elected into office. It is tempting to think that God's election might also be flippant. He might have some that he elects to receive salvation for a time and then others who will receive his redemptive blessings unto glory. How do we know this is no…
 
Linda does something she’s been thinking of doing for years: She reaches out to Jim Bromgard. They agree to meet and remain in touch. Jim’s a dad now with two kids who mostly spent the millions awarded to him in a civil suit. Linda goes to work, lives her life and tries not to be angry about what happened. But sometimes she is. She wants people to …
 
The case moves out of Billings and when the gavel drops in the state’s highest court, Linda, her mom and husband are in the front row. But Linda doesn’t feel great about her chances when it comes to this Supreme Court precedent. She’s just left her family in Glacier National Park when she gets the call: the Montana Supreme Court dismisses the charg…
 
"But then one night, when he heard her screaming, he ran in and says he saw the boy from the painting crawling into his daughter’s room. When he screamed the boy thankfully disappeared. And he put the painting in storage." Dan starts with a different angle this week by exploring the world of haunted paintings. It's a totally new space to explore an…
 
We can have sympathy for Daniel's desire to return to the promised land. Daniel wants to worship his God without persecution. He believes the words of Jeremiah, but yet Daniel does not return to the land. Daniel's desire intensifies because when his people do return to the promised land they face intense persecution while rebuilding the temple. How…
 
In thiis episode, I explore further the corruption of the term "justice". In specific, I revisit the ideas of immunity and the nigh absolute lack of accountability by prosecutors and judges. When the gatekeepers charged with preserving and upholding justice themselves to not adhere to the principles they are supposed to safeguard, is it any surpris…
 
The family that plays together stays together. Just ask the The Nordquists. Three generations of this fishy outfit congregate annually on rivers and streams to reconnect and after 20-plus years, the Nordquists have collected a treasure chest of memories, good and well…? Erick and John Nordquist are the clan safe keepers and open up the vault to our…
 
Jamie Tworkowski is a New York Times bestselling author of If You Feel Too Much. He founded the non-profit organization To Write Love on Her Arms in 2006, born from an attempt to help a friend and tell a story. TWLOHA is now recognized as an award-winning leader in mental health and suicide prevention. After fifteen years with the organization, Jam…
 
Matthew chapter 1 through chapter 13 read by Nathan, Ashley, Steve, Anna, Roxanne, Nick, Shari, Troy, Abbie, Derek, Jill, Bob, Alex, JoLin, Karen, Bill, Alex, Tiffany, Jenn, Andy, Darrel, Justine, Linnea, Carol, Karin, Tiffany, Donnie, David, Jheri, Chris, Elsie, Amy, Christian, Susie, Jeff, Dave, Sheila, Leslee, Tristan, Sean, Angie, Travis, Conni…
 
Matthew 13v54-58 This week we have the privilege to hear from Hannah as she looks at how why Jesus' hometown may have taken offense and how we can apply that to our own families. Question for reflection: What if our assumptions about God, who God is, or how God shows up, prevent us from seeing him at work in our everyday lives?…
 
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