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The major party candidates for Montana’s lone U.S. House seat are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to get elected. Much more is being spent on their behalf by PACs and parties. All of that money goes to carefully presenting the candidate as he wants to be seen in ads, news releases …
For the first time in decades, candidates for Montana’s lone congressional seat won’t debate in Billings.
Friday, Aug. 8, 9 a.m.: Fred Child shares his love of classical music through concerts, music news, features and interviews on “Performance Today.”
Friday, August 1, 2 p.m.: Topsy Chapman and the Jim Cullum Jazz Band explore the feminine mystique through the songs of sophisticated ladies and red-hot mammas on “Riverwalk Jazz.”
When I sent the letters, the grease from Election Night pizza hadn’t even made its way out of my system, and I was running on caffeine and adrenaline.
Yellowstone Public Radio’s semi-annual pledge drive is underway. To support public radio, go to yellowstonepublicradio.org and click “Support YPR” in the main menu. There you can find a secure link to make a pledge and browse the variety of gifts offered to contributors. Those who prefer to …
Next week the Yellowstone Public Radio staff and volunteers begin their spring 2013 fund drive, one of two weeks each year set aside for on-air fundraising.
Salish poet Jennifer Greene is the featured guest on Thursday's episode of "The Write Question" radio show.
Friday, Sept. 7, 7 p.m.: “Living on Earth,” a weekly information and news magazine, explores a broad range of ecological issues with features, interviews and commentary.
The well-known and much-loved former director of the Montana State University Billings library died of cancer at her home Monday night, university officials announced Tuesday afternoon.
Richard S. Wheeler, the Livingston author with more than 70 novels to his name, is this week's guest on "The Write Question" radio program.
Valerie Hedquist, co-author with Sue Hart on the book "Fra Dana — American Impressionist in the Rockies," will appear on the radio program "The Write Question" on Thursday.
O. Alan Weltzien, a University of Montana Western professor who has extensively studied novelist Thomas Savage, will be featured Thursday on the radio program “The Write Question.”
"The Write Question," a radio program dedicated to the books and authors of the American West, will feature graphic-novel author David Shapiro on Thursday.
"The Write Question," a weekly radio show that focuses on the writers and books of the American West, will feature novelist Bonnie Nadzam on Thursday.
Grammy-winning jazz bassist Esperanza Spalding is featured performing at the 2011 Newport Jazz Festival on this week's "JazzSet," which airs Wednesday, May 11, on Yellowstone Public Radio.
Actress Patti LuPone, who won a Tony for her leading performance in a revival of the Stephen Sondheim musical "Gypsy," discusses her new memoir on this week's "City Arts & Lectures," which airs Thursday, April 28, on Yellowstone Public Radio.
Yellowstone Public Radio staff and volunteers are readying themselves for the Spring 2011 Fund Drive, one of two weeks each year set aside for on-air fundraising. YPR, heard locally on KEMC (91.7 FM) and on a series of translator stations throughout Eastern Montana and Northern Wyoming, rece…
Ken Siebert's mother likes to tell how her son's career in radio got started when he eagerly donned a construction paper top hat and emceed a kindergarten production.
Ken Siebert, who has been at the helm at KEMC/Yellowstone Public Radio on an interim basis since 2009, has been named the new general manager.