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Senator Jon Tester campaigned with other Democrats for statewide office in Browning Nov 3, where he was lauded as an advocate for solving the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Nicky Ouellet

As members of the Crow tribal council stood alongside Republican Senate hopeful Matt Rosendale for his pro-coal stance at the Bozeman airport Saturday, tribal leaders from the Blackfeet Nation and Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes threw their weight behind Democrats Senator Jon Tester and Congressional candidate Kathleen Williams.

They started their day in Browning with a breakfast feed. By afternoon, they were at Elks Lodge in Polson with the Blacklodge drum circle.

Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Matt Rosendale campaigns in Whitefish, MT, November 2, 2018.
Nicky Ouellet / Montana Public Radio


A U.S. Senator who advocates for selling off federal public lands was in Montana on Friday campaigning for Senate hopeful Republican Matt Rosendale

Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee endorsed Rosendale last December. Together they’re hosting get out the vote events in Polson, Missoula and Whitefish.

Lillian Johnson

The second part of the extraordinary saga of the late Marie Johnson, who as a young woman was cut off from her Siberian village during the Russian Civil War, made her way to the Bering Sea, and eventually settled in Polson, Montana.

(Broadcast: "Mountain West Voices," 3/16/15. Listen weekly on the radio on Mondays, 3:00 p.m., or via podcast.)

Lillian Johnson

This week on Mountain West Voices: Part 1 of a series telling the story of Maria Zimina - later Marie Johnson of Polson, Montana - who was caught up the turmoil of the Russian civil war in 1919 while on a trip to Vladivostok. Cut off from her family and with no money, she made her way east and north toward the Russian Arctic.

(Broadcast: "Mountain West Voices," 3/9/15. Listen weekly on the radio on Mondays, 3:00 p.m., or via podcast.)

Cinemafest In Polson

Jan 22, 2015
Courtesy Flathead Lake International Cinemafest

Downtown Polson will be a hub of activity this weekend, when more than 80 films will be shown during the 2015 Flathead Lake International Cinemafest. Some of those films will win awards. MTPR's Chérie Newman talked with two of this year’s judges, Mac Swan and David King, to find out what they want to see in a film.

Newman: Mac, as a judge, what are you looking for?

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