No matter what you think about the protests taking place across Montana and the country, I think we can all agree that this guy very clearly crossed a line when he got into the faces of the protesters in Whitefish. Especially when he got into the face of a young African American woman named Samantha Francine.
Foultner tells us that they have antibody tests available for anyone who wants one. Patients can call and schedule an appointment for a standard blood draw. The tests cost $175, but they are being told that it should be a reimbursable expense by the insurance companies.
Update: The Billings doctors behind the internationally-renowned 3D printable protective face mask have a newly re-designed website. Oh, and just in case you were wondering about how much money they're making off of all the downloads of their product: "It's permanently free for anyone to produce."
Former MT GOP Chair Erik Iverson joined us to talk about the US Senate race in Montana, and the Montana connection with a Super Tuesday victory in Alabama. Hint: it involves manure, ice, and Montana State University.
The caller says he got stuck on the side of the road with a flat tire, and due to his disability- needed to call for help. He was going to have a long wait, and a big bill. That is, until Trooper Wyatt Duncan showed up to check in on him.
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. And if life burns down your quonset, roast marshmallows. That's how one Montana rancher responded when a fire destroyed the equipment shed that his family has been using for at least 25 years.
We caught up with Starla Hilliard-Barnes back in December. That was before the former Miss Wheelchair Montana was set to take off for Tanzania, Africa. The twice paralyzed Kalispell woman is now back after climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Starla joined us on Thursday to talk about the climb.
I got a chance to catch up with Jase Robertson on Tuesday. We covered everything from Trump, Nascar, faith, the media, and of course- hunting in Montana. Jase Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame is coming to Billings, Montana. Here's the details and the audio.
While Dr. Sears acknowledges that the virus so far isn't having that great of an impact on health here in America, he says it is definitely impacting the business of healthcare- especially since all of the masks and some other medical supplies are made in China.