I've had the opportunity to go to the Governor's Cup in the Flathead almost every summer...and then, without fail, it seemed like every summer during that time I was gone for my annual military training or gone on a deployment. So I never was able to actually make it. Not this time!

Thankfully, I will be able to make it up for the Montana Chamber of Commerce's Governor's Cup golf tournament at the end of July- next week. So that being said, we are going to do TWO LIVE SHOWS from the Flathead.

On Thursday, July 27th, thanks to our friends at KJJR Radio in Kalispell- we'll be set up at the locally-owned Valley Bank of Kalispell on 3rd St. West downtown. Come down and see us. For our KJJR listeners- stop by, have a cup of coffee, and jump on the microphone! I'll be there from 8 to 10 in the morning.

Then on Friday, July 28th I'll broadcast LIVE from the Governor's Cup at the Meadow Lake Golf Course in Columbia Falls. So if you're one of the business folks or lawmakers who will be attending the Governor's Cup (whether you're golfing or not)- we will have mics open for you as well. I'll be set up right in front of the pro shop. I will also be doing some interviews from the Alliance Defending Freedom sponsored hole on the golf course.

Montana Talks broadcasting LIVE from the Flathead next Thursday and Friday. Listen LIVE locally in Kalispell on KJJRR or online at KJJR.com!

For our statewide show from 9-10AM you can also listen on the following stations across the state:

Billings: Newstalk 103.3 FM and 970 AM KBUL

Bozeman: 1450 KMMS95.1 FM

Livingston: 1340 KPRK

Missoula: AM930 and 99.7 FM KMPT

Kalispell: 880AM and 107.9 FM KJJR

Glendive: 1400AM and 103.1FM KXGN

ForsythKIKC 1250 AM, 94.5FM

Lewistown: KQPZ 95.9 FM

Wolf Point: 92.7FM KVCK

Fort Peck: 107.1FM KVCK

Shelby: 1150AM KSEN

Great Falls102.7FM KINX

Helena: 95.9FM KCAP

Butte: 1370 AM and 94.7 FM KXTL

Scobey: 95.7FM KCGM

Malta100.1 FM KMMR

Plentywood: 100.1FM KATQ


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