Bring out the nice campaign; March is over, and winter is leaving with it. There's even more to celebrate, because the beginning of a new month means we get to hear some of our most popular Talk Back guests.
After Missoulian reporter Martin Kidston's article in the Thursday, March 27 newspaper, the Montana World Affairs Council received word that a Missoula middle school's entire 8th grade class would be attending a conference on human trafficking.
March is almost over and on Talk Back we plan on pushing winter out the door with a good gust of hot air. We'll be talking about everything from politics and healthcare, to human trafficking and murder. Here's the line-up.
It's another full week of Talk Back shows, in fact, the schedules so packed with guests there's only about an hour's worth of open phones for the whole week. Should be good stuff though, here's a peek.
When now-suspended Ravalli County Treasurer Valerie Stamey claimed the Bitterroot Star made an in-kind ad donation for her husband's political campaign in 2010 on KGVO Radio's Talk Back Show, an official of that newspaper says she was lying.
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