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If you've ever thought about visiting Glacier National Park, now is the time to go! The glaciers are disappearing, so visiting now may be the best time to see these natural wonders before they're gone. Aside from the stunning glaciers, there are amazing mountains, lakes, wildlife, and great hiking trails! We spent a full week exploring the ins and outs of Glacier National Park and were so glad we did! So let's talk about the perfect way to plan your Glacier National Park itinerary including the best hikes in Glacier, where to eat and drink, other things to do, and more! All information can be found in our blog post: https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/itinerary-for-glacier-national-park/
Kara Schuett of Yellow Sally Fishing and Montana Bucks & Ducks joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to throw back a few beers and talk about hunting and fly fishing in the great state of Montana. Kara and Sam catch up on life and discuss Kara's projects, Yellow Sally Fishing, a fishing-themed clothing line for women and girls, and Montana Bucks & Ducks, her and her husband's outfitting and guide service. Kara also discusses her involvement with Warriors & Quiet Waters, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting post-9/11 combat veterans and equipping them with everything they need to begin fly fishing. As the beer starts flowing, Kara and Sam cover just about everything, telling hunting stories, how putting in for tags generates funds for conservation, the best hunting dogs, why White Claws are so damn refreshing on the river and fantastically odd-named fishing flies. See more on show notes page at thewildinitiative.com/214 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dozens of Montanans voiced their opinions Tuesday regarding proposed maps dividing the state into two congressional districts. Many are concerned that the districts will be drawn in a way that unfairly favors a specific political party — a practice known as gerrymandering.
Flu season is here, and health officials say it could be one marked by both influenza and COVID-19, further stressing Montana's already strained health care system. A word has already been coined for that potential viral convergence: “Twindemic”
Colter Nuanez gives props to the top performances from around the state in this week's edition of the Treasure State Stars. Later in the show, Colter and Andrew Houghton give their power rankings for Big Sky Conference football. Which of the three teams still undefeated in the conference is at the top? And who joins that trio in the top tier?
Colter Nuanez is joined by Andrew Houghton to talk about Montana football's place in the Big Sky Conference after a second loss in three games, as well as whether the Grizzlies' storied history helps or hurts this year's team. Colter also gives the lowdown on high school football in Montana in the Prep Extra segment, and shares a snippet of his Griz Greats podcast, with this week's episode featuring the great running back Yohance Humphrey.
Congressman Matt Rosendale of Montana joins to discuss the effort that he is making to regain control over the people entering the United States from Afghanistan. The vetting process would be restructured by Congress, and taken away from the Department of Homeland Security. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This episode features Jonathan Griffin, Chief Medical Innovation Officer at St. Peter's Health. Here, he discusses his career journey, innovation in healthcare, practicing medicine in Montana, and more.
A History of Montana in 101 Objects: Artifacts & Essays from the Montana Historical Society (Helena: Montana Historical Society Press, 2021) showcases the remarkable collection of artifacts preserved at the Montana Historical Society. Since 1865, the Montana Historical Society has pursued its mission to collect and protect items of significance to Montana's past for the pleasure and education of residents and visitors. This assemblage of objects, interpretive essays, and beautiful photographs by Tom Ferris, draws attention to the diversity of experiences—the triumphs and the sorrows, the everyday struggles and joys—that made Montana. Kirby Lambert is the Outreach and Interpretation Program Manager with the Montana Historical Society in Helena, MT. Troy A. Hallsell is the 341st Missile Wing historian at Malmstrom AFB, MT. The ideas and opinions expressed in this podcast do not reflect the 341st Missile Wing, United States Air Force, or Department of Defense. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west
*Note from Sarah: We're one week away from publishing our 200th episode! If you're a fan of the podcast, we'd love to hear from you and include your words at the beginning of that episode. Simply email your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org, or record a short voice memo on your phone and email it to me. The deadline is Fri. October 22, 2021. Thank you in advance for helping us celebrate this milestone!* Does your past define your future? Check out the latest podcast from Sarah Elkins as she and her good friend, Scott Ferguson, discuss Scott's journey from adoption, enlisting in the military, to finding what resonates in life in his current work. Scott shares the moments that shaped him into who he is today: A mentor helping to guide others through their struggles, using his own experiences and all he has learned from his own endeavors, struggles, and successes. Listen to Sarah and Scott's engaging talk about looking back at your past -and- forging on to uncover how that past guided you to where you are today and who you can be tomorrow. "If you overlap your happiness, then you can keep happiness coming in the present, which makes for an awesome yesterday." *Show notes contributed by Tracy Ackeret --- About Scott: Scott Ferguson is the podcast host of Time to Shine Today, Managing Director at The Ferguson Real Estate Team and Investment Group, Head Coach of Time to Shine Peak Performance, Chief Rainmaker at Ask4Ferguson, and more. Scott is also a U.S. Navy Veteran. Visit Scott's website and follow him on LinkedIn and Twitter to learn more! *podcast show notes contributed by Tracy Ackeret --- ABOUT SARAH: "Uncovering the right stories for the right audiences so executives, leaders, public speakers, and job seekers can clearly and actively demonstrate their character, values, and vision." In my work with coaching clients, I guide people to improve their communication using storytelling as the foundation of our work together. What I've realized over years of coaching and podcasting is that the majority of people don't realize the impact of the stories they share - on their internal messages, and on the people they're sharing them with. My work with leaders and people who aspire to be leaders follows a similar path to the interviews on my podcast, uncovering pivotal moments in their lives and learning how to share them to connect more authentically with others, to make their presentations and speaking more engaging, to reveal patterns that have kept them stuck or moved them forward, and to improve their relationships at work and at home. The audiobook, Your Stories Don't Define You, How You Tell Them Will is now available! Included with your purchase are two bonus tracks, songs recorded by Sarah's band, Spare Change, in her living room in Montana.
Jermain Charlo was an Indigenous mother who went missing in Montana in the summer of 2018. Relisha Rudd, an 8-year-old Black girl, went missing in Washington, D.C. in March 2014. Neither has been found. Unlike Gabby Petito, these cases didn't grab national headlines. Connie Walker, host of Stolen: The Search for Jermain, and Jonquilyn Hill, host of Through the Cracks, join Sam to discuss why cases of missing Black and Indigenous people don't get the same kind of attention from media and law enforcement. You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin and email us at email@example.com.
This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots for October 19th, 2021. 84-year-old Colin Powell, the retired four-star general who became the country's first Black secretary of state and chairman of the Joints Chiefs of Staff, died from complications of Covid-19. He was fully vaccinated. Powell had a cancer of a type of white blood cell. France's High Authority for Health decided to no longer allow the Moderna vaccine to be injected as a booster dose against Covid-19. Now only Pfizer is used for boosters in those that are eligible. Sweden and Finland had already suspended use of Moderna for those under 30 due to potential heart risks. And Denmark and Norway formally advised against it for people under 18. Iceland suspended it as a booster dose altogether. Japan is suddenly a big coronavirus success story. And if you ask them what they did, they'll tell you “we have no idea.” Daily cases have plummeted, bars are packed, trains are crowded, and Japan never came anywhere near a lockdown. Some speculate it's because of a late but fast vaccination campaign, bad weather in August that kept people home, or widespread masking, which was already embraced in that country even pre-pandemic. Thousands of California parents were expected to keep their kids home from school to protest a vaccine mandate. Some teachers were also planning on not showing up to classrooms. Nearly 40% of state employees remain unvaccinated. The question is, if we're going to get booster shots, why weren't the vaccine formulas revised to more closely target the Delta variant that's been the biggest problem? The answer: The FDA okayed Pfizer boosters of the original recipe last month because studies showed it works good enough against Delta and the doses could roll out immediately without manufacturing problems. In the United States cases were down 22%, deaths are down 19%, and hospitalizations are down 18% over 14 days. The 7-day average of new cases has been trending down since September 13. There are 9,675,650 active cases in the United States. With not all states reporting daily numbers, the five states with the greatest increase in hospitalizations per capita: Michigan 28%, Minnesota 22%. Montana 13%, Colorado 11%. And Pennsylvania and North Dakota 8%. The top 10 counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to The New York Times: Goshen, WY. Lake, MT. Stark, ND. Bethel Census Area, AK. Matanuska-Susitna Borough, AK. Kenai Peninsula Borough, AK. Nome Census Area, AK. Todd, MN. Hill, MT. And Hale, AL. There have been at least 724,502 deaths in the U.S. recorded as Covid-related. The top 3 vaccinating states by percentage of population that's been fully vaccinated: Vermont at 70.5%, and Connecticut and Rhode Island at 69.9%. The bottom 3 vaccinating states are West Virginia unchanged at 40.8%, Idaho at 42.9%, and Wyoming at 43%. The percentage of the U.S. that's been fully vaccinated is 57%. Only one country had a 24-hour increase in the number of fully vaccinated people: Oceana up 2%. Globally, cases were down 11% and deaths were down 15% over 14 days, with the 7-day average trending down since August 26. There are 17,863,141 active cases around the world. The five countries with the most new cases: The U.K. 45,140. Russia 34,303. Turkey 24,114. The United States 17,947. And India 14,289. There have been at least 4,901,756 deaths reported as Covid-related worldwide. For the latest updates, subscribe for free to Coronavirus 411 on your podcast app or ask your smart speaker to play the Coronavirus 411 podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Montana University System and University of Montana in a court filing Monday rejected allegations of gender discrimination and asked a U.S. District Court to toss out claims filed by one of the four female plaintiffs.
Colter Nuanez is joined by longtime NFL coach Marty Mornhinweg for the Monday Afternoon Quarterback, where the two discuss Montana's offensive struggles, which NFL quarterback he coached reminds Marty of Griz freshman Kris Brown, and the surprising teams on the early NFL season. Later in the show, Colter welcomes in Tucker Sargent, GM of the Griz hockey team, to rehash the team's crazy comeback win over Montana State from the weekend.
Colter Nuanez is joined by Riley Corcoran, the Voice of the Griz, to discuss what's gone for Montana football, which has now lost two of three games. The guys also discuss Montana State's latest win, plus hear from Sacramento State coach Troy Taylor, Montana State defensive back Ty Okada, Montana coach Bobby Hauck and Montana linebacker Jace Lewis.
Two Montana schools announced they're moving to remote instruction this week due to staff shortages. Another is going remote to give COVID contact tracers time to work.
Howdy, trivia fans! This week, Hallie takes us on a trivia-tinged trip to the Old West, full of shootouts, saloons, and some serious stumpers! We also shoot off discussions a classic film, a lesser-known American artist, and some history you've definitely forgotten since school!2:18: Q1 (Music): The Louisiana Purchase, which opened up much of America to westward expansion, also included small portions of which 2 Canadian provinces, north of Montana and North Dakota?12:57: Q2 (Everything Else): Although his cousin was the founder of America's oldest gunmaker and the rest of his family fought in most of the American Wars, what man chose instead to study art at Yale and later became one of the main artists known for painting images of the Old West?24:03: Q3 (Sports & Games): What shooting sport uses pistols and is based on the glamorized art of gunslingers of the Old West, although they use blanks or wax bullets?36:56: Q4 (Movies & TV): What 1969 Western film is about outlaws who run away to Bolivia after executing several train robberies in the Wyoming area?51:26: Q6 (Arts & Literature): What Fortune 500 company, whose logo is a gladiator, got the first contract for a transcontinental stage line to carry mail from Missouri to California and then got into financial services in the money order business?Theme music: "Thinking it Over" by Lee Rosevere, licensed under CC BY 2.0E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quizandhers/Twitter: https://twitter.com/quizandhersInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/quizandhers/The List Game Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-list-game/id1291797303Moxie/Your Brain on Facts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-brain-on-facts/id1347915211
Just where is Nicole Waller of Kalispell? On February 14, 2013, the 31-year-old mother of three vanished from the town of Fairview. She had been visiting her boyfriend, Cody Johnston. And it didn't take long before this missing person's case turned into murder investigation, with Johnston being arrested and convicted for Nicole's death. In Part 2 of this podcast series, Angela Marshall finds out how were law enforcement able to arrest and convict Johnston, while there's still no trace of Nicole? And what are they doing today to find her body?
Hey all! I have been a little MIA the past few months and have missed you all! Thank you so much for over 5,500 downloads. God is doing work even while I am silent and in a space of stillness. Almost every single state in America has listened to the #CreateYourEarthLife podcast. I believe the only state that has not listened to the podcast was Montana.. where you at Montana? Feel free to share with one of your Montana friends!!I have been focusing on my family, on Jesus, on prayer, and just trying to find guidance on what is next.I felt an urgent pull to record and share this message. I pray that it speaks to you the way Jesus wants it to speak to you! It's important information that will impact your eternal life.Here is what I discuss:-What are the "End Times"?-When did the "End Times" start?-What does Jesus say about the signs of the "End Times"? (Matthew 24:4-28)-Acts 2:16-21-Do we know the exact day Jesus is coming back? (Matthew 24:36)-What can we do to prepare for Jesus return?-Prayer!Check out my Christian blog:www.createyourearthlife.comIf you don't already know, God has got it! Keep praying! Keep reading the Bible! Keep sharing His word!
My guest today is Jordan Jonas the winner of the hit TV show Alone season 6. Jordan is a hunter and his hunting skills contributed directly to his ability to survive in the Arctic for 77 days. We talked about behind-the-scenes stuff, dreams, family, hunting and mental preparation. He is a character, if you have watched the show then you know what I mean. It is obvious that the guy you saw on TV is the same guy I am talking to…fame hasn't changed him at all. Jordan offers survival schools in the Montana backcountry which I just might have to attend. You can learn more about Jonas from his website jordanjonas.com.
There is no bipartisan support for any of the nine possible Congressional maps under consideration by the Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission.
Based near Bozeman, Montana, Julie Fathy is an expert is zero waste living. Through systems she has developed throughout her home, Julie shares how to make this happen and why less is more.Full show notes at www.northstarsleepschool.com/podcast.
Greg Putnam spent nine years of active duty as a US Navy SEAL stationed out of Hawaii before making the decision to return to the Rocky Mountains with his family. After his time in the service, he dabbled in the private sector as the business manager of Ascent Vision before changing course and setting in motion something he'd been toying with for years - owning and operating a cattle ranch in Montana. In 2020, amidst the global pandemic, Putnam partnered with a fellow veteran and friend, Tim Sheehy, to make this vision a reality. Connecting three different properties nestled at the foot of the Little Belt Mountains in central Montana, they founded Little Belt Cattle Company together. With the help and mentorship of some seasoned Montana cattle ranchers, they made it through the winter and just finished their first calving season. Veteran-owned and run by the two families, LBCC sits on about 9,000 acres. The two families are set on making the operation as sustainable as possible, implementing regenerative agriculture practices whenever possible, including soil and grass restoration, a 12-month grazing plan that prioritizes the health of the pastures, and a calving schedule that aligns closely with nature. Working dogs and horses are used to move the cattle as often as possible in place of 4-wheelers, reducing the overall amount of stress on the cattle, which leads to higher quality meat. https://mtntough.com/clearedhot https://wildalaskancompany.com/clearedhot https://grammarly.com/clearedhot
On this episode of Sleep & Relax ASMR, we sit by a river in Montana and enjoy its spectacular and relaxing sounds. Enjoy! --- For more information on Sleep and Relax ASMR's NFT collection, visit https://xtingles.com/ or email us at Hello@SleepandRelaxAMR.com --- SHOW PARTNERS: Jupiter Organic CBD Get 10% off your order of Jupiter CBD by visiting GetJupiter.com and using code ASMR at checkout https://www.getjupiter.com/share/asmr BetterHelp https://TryBetterHelp.com/Relax 10% off exclusive offer to Sleep and Relax ASMR listeners. BetterHelp is the largest online counseling platform worldwide. They offer convenient, discreet and affordable access to a licensed therapist. Available worldwide. --- Buy us a coffee! buymeacoff.ee/sI5ZB4N --- DOWNLOAD: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sleep-and-relax-asmr/id1133320064 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/sleepandrelaxasmr Radio Public: https://radiopublic.com/sleep-and-relax-asmr-6pAPm8 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4VvI482AIUgKZGfOWqjuyw Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/sleep-and-relax-asmr Castbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/id356618 TuneIn Radio: http://tunein.com/radio/Sleep-and-Relax-ASMR-p899136/ Pobean: https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/tvjti-4fcb7/Sleep-and-Relax-ASMR-Podcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sleepandrelaxasmr/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sleepandrelaxasmr/support
Guess what Stuart's Stranglers did do? Maybe they strangled some but it was all in the name of the great state Montana! #howthewestwasfucked #htwwf #americanhistory #oldwest #wildwest #Montana --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/htwwf/support
Author Becca Syme is the creator and founder of the Better-Faster Academy. She has been teaching the popular Write Better-Faster course on author success alignment for six years, and has individually coached thousands of authors toward better success in their careers and lives. She believes that an individualized approach is the most effective, so she's brought on other certified coaches who are also writers, to help coach even more writers to maximize their strengths. If you want to get coaching with Becca, the best place to come is on the Insiders level of her Patreon, where she runs monthly topical coaching calls on topics that are relevant to the writing community. She also writes mystery as R.L. Syme and has written several genres of romance in the past, including historical, contemporary, paranormal, and romantic suspense. She lives in the snowy mountains of Montana, where it is always winter and never Christmas. Host Patricia McLinn talks with Becca about the Clifton Strengths test and how it can be applied both in the writing and reading world. In Becca's words: "Not everyone naturally comes by the knowledge of just how different we are. Just how different our brains are and how much that makes a difference in what we like." [8:25] You can find Becca Syme at: Her website Facebook Patreon and Better Faster Academy Thank you so much for listening. We hope you enjoyed the podcast enough to want to support us for future episodes. You can do that with as little as $1 a month by pledging at Patreon. It's vital to Authors Love Readers to have your support. Thank you! Please also consider rating/reviewing the podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. Thanks to DialogMusik for the instrumentals that accompany this podcast.
Montana was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 7. After three years of chemotherapy, she was declared cured, but began experiencing mental health challenges that grew until, at age 17, she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis. This week Montana chats with the fellas all about journey as a woman managing a sick body and how she uses her past experience in order to help others feel connected and whole, no matter what physical or mental challenges they may face, through coaching, yoga + meditation, wellness group facilitation and advocacy work. Check out Montana's work over at monstanaskurka.com
This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots for October 18th, 2021. The FDA's advisory panel voted unanimously to recommend Moderna booster shots for emergency use authorization. That moves millions in the U.S. closer to booster eligibility. The decision now goes to the FDA, which should make a final ruling in a few days. Moderna's boosters are expected to be a half dose. Almost 1,000 people descended on Times Square Saturday to protest the vaccine and vaccine mandates. Robert F. Kennedy Jr., board chair of Children's Health Defense, was a main speaker and said, “The vaccine is not safe and effective. We have no business giving this to little children. It is unethical, it is medical malpractice.” YouTube recently censored and banned the Children Health Defense's channel. Melbourne has spent more time locked down than any city in the world. But that's about to change. It will lift stay-at-home orders this week. It's a city of 5 million people, but there have been six lockdowns totaling nearly nine months since March 2020. Cases are still rising there but the double-vaccination rate will hit 70% this week. Russia is still struggling. A record-high number of cases in 24 hours since the start of the pandemic, and 997 deaths. That's just five fewer than the daily record-high of 1,002 reported just the day before. Authorities blame a slow vaccination campaign. New guidance from the CDC on how you should celebrate the upcoming holidays and stay safe from COVID. It's not really anything new. Get vaccinated, the unvaccinated should wear masks all the time, the vaccinated should wear masks in public indoor settings, gather outdoors if possible, protect kids 11 years old and younger who can't get the vaccine yet, and avoid travel if you aren't fully vaccinated. In the United States cases were down 23%, deaths are down 17%, and hospitalizations are down 18% over 14 days. The 7-day average of new cases has been trending down since September 13. There are 9,677,817 active cases in the United States. With not all states reporting daily numbers, the five states with the greatest increase in hospitalizations per capita: Michigan 28%, Minnesota 21%. Montana 15%, and Pennsylvania and Colorado 9%. The top 10 counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to The New York Times: Goshen, WY. Lake, MT. Stark, ND. Bethel Census Area, AK. Matanuska-Susitna Borough, AK. Kenai Peninsula Borough, AK. Nome Census Area, AK. Todd, MN. Hill, MT. And Wadena, MN. There have been at least 724,177 deaths in the U.S. recorded as Covid-related. The top 3 vaccinating states by percentage of population that's been fully vaccinated: Vermont at 70.4%, Connecticut at 69.7%, and Rhode Island at 69.6%. The bottom 3 vaccinating states are West Virginia at 40.8%, Idaho at 42.6%, and Wyoming unchanged at 42.7%. The percentage of the U.S. that's been fully vaccinated is 56.7%. There were only four countries with a 24-hour increase in the number of fully vaccinated people: Russia up 3%. And Indonesia, Australia, and Montenegro 1%. Globally, cases were down 13% and deaths were down 17% over 14 days, with the 7-day average trending down since August 26. There are 17,865,612 active cases around the world. The five countries with the most new cases: The U.K. 43,275. The United States 33,910. Russia 33,208. Turkey 28,537. And Romania 15,239. There have been at least 4,897,649 deaths reported as Covid-related worldwide. For the latest updates, subscribe for free to Coronavirus 411 on your podcast app or ask your smart speaker to play the Coronavirus 411 podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
"I am in a major state of transition which causes all sorts of emotions. The mantras and meditations have been sip and om helpful." ~ Richelle from Montana, USA Even before the pandemic, loneliness was considered to be an epidemic. Loneliness doesn't necessarily have to do with other people. You can feel quite content by yourself but you may feel alone in a crowd. You may even feel lonely with loved ones around you. Loneliness is more about feeling connected with others, yourself, and the world. Explore ways to feel more connected with meditation techniques all week long. You're invited to join our Combatting Loneliness Challenge. Begin a new journey by trying something new, or reaching out to someone who needs help. This is day 2 of a 7-day meditation series, Loneliness Project, episodes 2439-2445. YOUR WEEKLY CHALLENGE Combatting Loneliness Quest This week, connect with something that fuels your passion. As you do so, you may encounter like-minded people who share a similar passion. MEDITATION TECHNIQUES: Day 1: Visualization Day 2: Affirmation Day 3: Breathing Technique Day 4: Mudra Technique Day 5: Chakra Technique Day 6: Layer Meditation Techniques Day 7: Reflection + Introspection SHARE YOUR MEDITATION JOURNEY WITH YOUR FELLOW MEDITATORS Let's connect and inspire each other! Please share a little about how meditation has helped you by reaching out to me at Mary@SipandOm.com or better yet -- direct message me on https://www.instagram.com/sip.and.om. We'd love to hear about your meditation ritual! WAYS TO SUPPORT THE DAILY MEDITATION PODCAST SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss a single episode. Consistency is the KEY to a successful meditation ritual. SHARE the podcast with someone who could use a little extra support. I'd be honored if you left me a podcast review. If you do, please email me at Mary@sipandom.com and let me know a little about yourself and how meditation has helped you. I'd love to share your journey to inspire fellow meditators on the podcast! SURVEY: Help us get to know more about how best to serve you by taking our demographics survey: https://survey.libsyn.com/thedailymeditationpodcast All meditations are created by Mary Meckley and are her original content. Please request permission to use any of Mary's content by sending an email to Mary@sipandom.com. FOR DAILY EXTRA SUPPORT OUTSIDE THE PODCAST Each day's meditation techniques are shared at: sip.and.om Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sip.and.om/ sip and om Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SipandOm/ SIP AND OM MEDITATION APP Looking for a little more support? If you're ready for a more in-depth meditation experience, allow Mary to guide you in daily 30-minute guided meditations on the Sip and Om meditation app. Give it a whirl for 7-days free! Receive access to 2,000+ 30-minute guided meditations customized around a weekly theme to help you manage emotions. Receive a Clarity Journal and a Slow Down Guide customized for each weekly theme. 2-Week's Free Access on iOS https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sip-and-om/id1216664612?platform=iphone&preserveScrollPosition=true#platform/iphone All meditations are created by Mary Meckley and are her original content. Please request permission to use any of Mary's content by sending an email to Mary@sipandom.com.
Happy Satiated Saturday! My husband and I bought an airstream over a year ago. Right now, we're on our second trip driving across the United States. So far we have driven through Montana, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Kentucky, North Carolina, Maryland, New York, and Vermont. Next up is Massachusetts and Connecticut. We have been on the road for about a month now and currently seeing some amazing fall foliage on the east coast. Every time we have hit the road, others keep telling me to do an episode about eating while traveling. When you look up these kinds of articles, they all say about the same thing. Plan ahead, look up menus to be able to choose the "healthiest" options, pack whole food snacks, yada yada yada. Sometimes these suggestions are doable and sometimes they simply are not. So I wanted to offer something a bit more basic of what might actually feel doable and honor you the eater that is always doing the best you can to nourish your body and that best may also mean just satiating your physical hunger with whatever is available. In this week's episode, I dive into three unexpected eating on the road guidelines. You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/three-unexpected-eating-on-the-road-guidelines If you loved this episode and want to hear more about our travels, email me at email@example.com with a YES! With Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxThis episode is brought to you by Kajabi. If you're someone who has been wanting to share your wisdom in a self created online program, start your own podcast, send out emails, Kajabi is your one-stop shop. Kajabi is an all-in-one platform to create and scale your knowledge. Get a special 30 day trial here! https://app.kajabi.com/r/7zLtW92X/t/yxukwczfSpecial thanks to Bendsound for the intro music in this episode. www.bensound.comSupport the show (https://account.venmo.com/u/stephaniemara)
Rajiem Seabrook stays in the studio for the second hour as he and Colter Nuanez break down Montana's ranked clash at Weber State. Colter also interviews Weber State defensive end George Tarlas, who has one of the most fascinating backgrounds in the Big Sky Conference — he didn't start playing football until he was 16 years old!
Colter Nuanez is in Ogden for the Montana State-Weber State game, but Nuanez Now keeps rolling on! Colter and Rajiem Seabrook break down Montana's matchup against Sacramento State, as well as the big high school football games of the weekend. Speaking of high school football, Sentinel coach Dane Oliver and Big Sky coach Matt Johnson drop in to provide their takes on their teams' games as the Sentinels host Helena Capital and the Eagles travel to Helena High.
This week I am so excited to talk with writer, travel blogger, and hiker Alex Schnee. Alex is a professional writer and travel blogger. Her work has been featured in USA Today, the Huffington Post, Travel + Leisure, Fodor's, and many more. Montana born-and-raised, she now runs her own international travel blog, Alex n the Map, where she shares her passions of cooking, photography, and traveling as a digital nomad, as well as encouraging conservation and respect for natural spaces. She has been to over 50 countries and has worked with brands such as National Geographic, Contiki, Gutsy Women Travel, The North Face, and many more. Alex's site and Blog: https://alexonthemap.com Follow Alex on Instagram: https://instagram.com/alexonthemap Listen to Nomads on the Map on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2zj5hSyBcz0yN1Y4Bk1wOS?si=fd7ca627796b4b12 We'd like to thank our sponsors: CNOC Outdoors making our adventures the best possible, simple, enjoyable, fulfilling and sustainable. Go to https://cnocoutdoors.com and be sure to use coupon code 'Hiker Podcast' for 10% off trekking poles. Or is this link: https://www.avantlink.com/click.php?tt=cl&merchant_id=014f2c2f-7334-473e-95aa-fd74821c174c&website_id=1d7833e9-53d7-4a11-beec-6bd6ff4b65c4&url=https%3A%2F%2Fcnocoutdoors.com%2F CS Instant Coffee makers of environmentally sustainable and great tasting instant coffee for the trail. Use our affiliate link to get yours and help the show: https://cs-instant-coffee.peachs.co/a/andy-neal . Wildly Goods are makers of the most comfortable Merino Wool Socks. Wildly Goods is more than a sock brand. They are a seasonal sock, accessory and apparel business with the goal to create products that are highly functional with an extreme degree of comfort and satisfaction. Each season Wildly Good launches new custom accessories such as socks, neck gaiters, compression sleeves, headwear, base layers and more. All of their products are created in small seasonal batches: Designed in Ohio and crafted globally with top-notch sustainable manufacturers. Hiker Podcast Listeners can use this link and code to receive 10% off your first purchase. Personal Referral Link: https://wildlygoods.com/?ref=andyneal Referral Code: HIKERPODCAST10 Big thank you to our Patreon Patron's for supporting The Hiker Podcast. If you'd like to support The Hiker Podcast on Patreon go to https://www.patreon.com/thehikerpodcast. ALL PATREON SUPPORTERS GET AN EXCLUSIVE "HIKING IS FOR EVERYBODY" STICKER! Music licensed by muscbed.com This weeks opening song is “Experience” by Summer Kennedy which you can listen on our Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5lXwaTWf2f0CUnXiogxCLj?si=c12c1fa33cd94c64 Follow Host Andy Neal on Instagram: www.instagram.com/andyfilmsandhikes Email Andy firstname.lastname@example.org Go to www.hikerpodcast.com for all our social media accounts, email, and all the ways to listen to The Hiker Podcast! Send Andy a Postcard from the trail! The Hiker Podcast 1750 Delta Waters Road STE 102-406 Medford, OR 97504 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hikerpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hikerpodcast/support
Those who swapped headlocks for headshots. Simon Miller presents 8 Actors You Didn't Know Were Wrestlers...ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@SimonMiller316@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Put in that extra effort, and show your boss some love today – it's National Boss's Day! Our show kicked off with a chat with our Associate Caller of the Day, Cody from Store 1872 in Helena, Montana, who gave a warm shoutout to his fellow associates. Travis from Store 617 in Sullivan, Indiana, continued to spread the workplace love by celebrating a new associate, Justice. Promotions were in motion at Store 932 in Griffin, Georgia, where Sonya recently made #bossmoves by being promoted to Coach. Our Social Media Highlight of the Day came from Club 4983 in Las Vegas, Nevada, where Laura, a personal shopper lead, has gone above and beyond to help members and fellow associates. Her club said it best: “She's a rockstar!” In “Today Years Old,” Antonio and Iyube discovered where the sound comes from when you snap your fingers (hint: it's not what you think). Snap to it, and listen to LIVE with Antonio.
More Boosters, For More People This week, an FDA advisory committee met to pore over data and debate the role of COVID vaccine boosters. And on Thursday, they voted to recommend Moderna boosters for older Americans, as well as people in certain at-risk groups. This recommendation came just a few weeks after the FDA authorized a Pfizer booster for similar individuals. The recommendations of the panel regarding boosters for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, as well as the idea of mixing and matching different vaccine and booster types, will now go to FDA officials. The CDC will also weigh in. Amy Nordrum, commissioning editor at MIT Technology Review, joins Ira to talk about the vaccine meeting and other topics from the week in science—including the FDA authorization of an e-cigarette, efforts to map the brain, mysterious radio signals from space, and a mission to explore asteroids near Jupiter. Indigenous-Led Biology, Designed For Native Communities Monday was Indigenous Peoples' Day here in the United States: a holiday to honor Native Americans and their resilience over many centuries of colonialism. Due to a long history of discrimination, Native Americans face stark health disparities, compared to other American populations. Illnesses like chronic liver disease, diabetes, and respiratory diseases are much more common in Native communities. This is where the Native BioData Consortium (NBDC) comes in. It's a biobank, a large collection of biological samples for research purposes. What sets this facility apart from others is its purpose—the biological samples are from indigenous people, and the research is led by indigenous scientists. This is important, say the founders, because for too long, biological samples from Native people have been used for purposes that don't benefit them. Joining Ira to talk about the importance of having a biobank run by indigenous scientists are three foundational members of the project: Krystal Tsosie, co-founder and ethics and policy director of the NBDC and PhD candidate in genetics at Vanderbilt University, Joseph Yracheta, executive director and laboratory manager of the NCDC, and Matt Anderson, assistant professor of microbiology at Ohio State University and NCDC board member. Indigenous Activists Helped Save Almost A Billion Tons Of Carbon Per Year This summer, Science Friday and other media outlets covered the protests against an oil pipeline project in northern Minnesota, where Canadian company Enbridge Energy was replacing and expanding their existing Line 3 infrastructure. Native American tribes in Minnesota—whose lands the pipeline would pass through and alongside—organized protests, direct action, and other resistance against the project. The pipeline was completed, and began moving tar sands oil at the beginning of October. But the protests and their non-Native allies drew arrests, news coverage, and social media attention to the debate over continued drilling of fossil fuels. Before Line 3, there were protests at the Dakota Access Pipeline, which was completed against the wishes of the nearby Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, and the Keystone XL pipeline, which President Biden ultimately cancelled after objections and lawsuits from two Native American communities in Montana and South Dakota. So far, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge has remained un-drilled, despite multiple attempts, with help from vocal opposition by Alaska's Gwich'in people. A new report from two advocacy groups does the math on how much carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gas emissions these cancelled or delayed projects would have emitted in the last 10 years. According to their calculations, Indigenous resistance to pipelines and other fossil fuel projects has saved the U.S. and Canada 12% of their annual emissions, or 0.8 billion tons of CO2 per year. Ira talks to the co-authors, Dallas Goldtooth of the Indigenous Environmental Network, and Kyle Gracey from Oil Change International, about the value of tallying these emissions in the fight to prevent future oil projects. Plus, why Native American protesters and their allies deserve credit for keeping fossil fuels in the ground—and the bigger environmental justice issue of pipeline projects alongside Native land.
John Kraft is retracting the Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804-1806. In 90+ days he has walked/ pulled a homemade rickshaw from St. Louis, Missouri to central North Dakota. He plans to walk the length of the Missouri River to its headwaters in Montana before switching to a canoe, paddling to the Pacific Ocean, and finally turning around and canoeing down the entire length of Americas longest river, the Missouri. We talk pulling a rickshaw across the rural Midwest, the kindness of strangers, benefits of traveling slow, beauty of the rolling prairie, Lewis & Clark Expedition, Buffalo, Pheasant, Grouse, and the joys and freedom of big trips. Subscribe to the Buffalo Roamer Podcast now for more stories of adventure. Here's to the great outdoors.
Montana and Jenna are back again to get spooky with you all. Then we bring you along on a roller coaster of depressing topics, serotonin, grandmas, and more. RIP to Winston the Betta fish. We loved you dearly. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/sweatingpalmspod)
This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots for October 15th, 2021. A major study shows infections among school-aged children in England are “high and rising.” That probably ups the intensity of the debate over kids and vaccines. The reproduction rate of those aged 17 and younger was 1.18, meaning on average every 10 infected young people are passing it on to about 12 others. From the gee I wish we'd known this earlier department, two new international studies show the immune protection from two doses of Pfizer drops off after a mere two months. One study found the drop especially true for men, people 65 and older, and those with immunosuppression. The study also found immunity lasts longer from a vaccination if you've already had a natural case of COVID-19. Penn State College of Medicine researchers found more than half of the 236 million people diagnosed with COVID-19 worldwide since December 2019 will experience post-COVID symptoms for up to six months after recovering. These include tiredness, difficulty breathing, chest pain, sore joints and loss of taste or smell. The research team said healthcare officials should get ready for all those survivors who'll need care for psychological and physical conditions. How do airline passengers feel about vaccine mandates to fly? Well, it's America, so the answer is, it's split. That's according to the travel website Skift's poll. 45% definitely want a mandate, 23% don't care either way, and 33% are against it. The older the person, the more likely they are to be in favor of requiring vaccinations to fly. With all the stories of overworked nurses with PTSD and of nurses who are getting fired or quitting because of vaccine mandates, you'd think it wouldn't be a very alluring occupation right now. But applications to nursing schools are actually rising. Up 5.6% in 2020 according to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, and number are also trending up in 2021. The reasons; unprecedented career opportunities, the challenge, and many people have been inspired by healthcare workers over the past couple of years. In the United States cases were down 22%, deaths are down 5%, and hospitalizations are down 21% over 14 days. The 7-day average of new cases has been trending down since September 13. There are 9,702,828 active cases in the United States. With not all states reporting daily numbers, the five states with the greatest increase in hospitalizations per capita: Michigan 26%, Minnesota 21%. North Dakota 16%, Montana 13%, and Pennsylvania 11%. The top 10 counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to The New York Times: Bethel Census Area, AK. Stark, ND. Goshen, WY. Kenai Peninsula Borough, AK. Lewis, KY. Lake, MT. Nome Census Area, AK. Rio Grande, CO. Matanuska-Susitna Borough, AK. And Whitley, KY. There have been at least 720,482 deaths in the U.S. recorded as Covid-related. The top 3 vaccinating states by percentage of population that's been fully vaccinated: Vermont unchanged at 70.3%, Connecticut unchanged at 69.6%, and Rhode Island at 69.5%. The bottom 3 vaccinating states are West Virginia still unchanged at 40.7%, Idaho unchanged at 42.5%, and Wyoming at 42.7%. The percentage of the U.S. that's been fully vaccinated is unchanged at 56.5%. The five countries with the biggest 24-hour increases in the number of fully vaccinated people: Cambodia, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, and Oceana all up 2%. Globally, cases were down 14% and deaths were down 15% over 14 days, with the 7-day average trending down since August 26. There are 17,809,484 active cases around the world. The five countries with the most new cases: The United States 99,775. The U.K. 42,606. Turkey 31,248. Russia 28,717. And India... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ryan Busse is a Montana-based conservationist, public lands advocate, and former top-performing firearms executive. He's also the author of the new book "Gunfight: My Battle Against the Industry that Radicalized America," which has received advanced praise from everyone from Publishers Weekly to Senator Jon Tester. Ryan is a life-long hunter and angler, as well as a proud gun owner, and he brings a unique, nuanced perspective to our country's ongoing debate about guns and the Second Amendment. "Gunfight" is in no way an "anti-gun" book-- rather, it's an insider's examination of how and why the firearms industry transformed from a sportsman-centered business into a politically driven machine that uses decisiveness and fear to grow profits exponentially. From a broader perspective, "Gunfight" helped me to understand how we ended up at this bizarre moment in history-- a moment defined by anger, misinformation, tribalism, and binary thinking. - Ryan was born in western Kansas and grew up on his family's ranch, where most of his childhood was centered around hunting, fishing, and a close connection to the land. After college, Ryan focused his energy on building a career in the sporting goods industry, first working for an optics company and then moving into the firearms business. Ryan found his calling as a gun salesman, and, over the course of his career, he helped transform a small firearms company named Kimber into an internationally recognized brand. But as you'll hear in our conversation, Ryan's advocacy for public lands and conservation created a rift between him and the firearms industry-- a rift that eventually exposed the industry's authoritarian power structure that does not tolerate independent thinking or deviations from industry dogma. Ryan refused to be bullied or told what to think, and he eventually quit his lucrative job selling guns and decided to tell his story and that of the industry's transformation. The result is his book "Gunfight," which we are discussing here today. - I was lucky enough to receive an advanced copy of "Gunfight," and I was thrilled to have a chance to discuss it with Ryan. We started out talking about his upbringing on his family's Kansas ranch and how his father introduced him to the writings of conservation luminaries, including Aldo Leopold and Theodore Roosevelt. We then discussed his life-long love of hunting and guns, and why he chose to pursue a career in the gun industry. We discussed the exact moment when he realized that his personal devotion to public lands was at odds with his industry's stance and the unraveling that occurred over the course of the following years. We talk about why gun sales soar during Democratic administrations, the industry's shift from hunting rifles to assault rifles, some very disturbing stories from industry events, Ryan's public land advocacy, the positive influence of his wife, and much more. - I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation, and I learned a lot. I really appreciate Ryan taking the time to chat, and I hope you find it enlightening. Be sure to check out the episode notes for a complete list of topics and links to everything we discussed. Enjoy! --- Ryan Busse "Gunfight: My Battle Against the Industry that Radicalized America" - Bookshop & Amazon Episode notes and links: https://mountainandprairie.com/ryan-busse/ --- TOPICS DISCUSSED: 5:00 – Ryan's background 8:30 – Ryan discusses his father and his impact on Ryan's conservation ethic 12:45 – Ryan talks about what he was like in high school 15:00 – Ryan discusses when he felt like his role in the firearms/optics industry was a good career path for him 17:00 – Ryan tells the story of the experience that made him second guess his career 22:00 – Following his falling out with the leaders in firearms industry, Ryan explained why he stayed in the industry 26:00 – Ryan describes an uncomfortable moment when he went to an NRA conference 32:30 – Ryan describes a moment where a journalist showed up to an interview armed with an AR-15 37:30 – Ryan discusses the phenomenon that gun ownership/purchases sky rocket during Democratic presidential administrations 41:30 – Ryan explores why gun enthusiasts or industry personnel may disagree with him 45:30 – Ryan talks about his wife 48:00 – Ryan talks about Backcountry Hunters and Anglers and his role with them 1:02:30 – Ryan's book recommendations 1:05:00 – Ryan's parting words of wisdom --- ABOUT MOUNTAIN & PRAIRIE: Mountain & Prairie - All Episodes Mountain & Prairie Shop Mountain & Prairie on Instagram Upcoming Events About Ed Roberson Support Mountain & Prairie Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts
It's a stuffed first hour of Nuanez Now as Colter Nuanez first welcomes in Sacramento State head coach Troy Taylor. The Hornets, Big Sky Conference champions in 2019, face the Griz in Missoula this weekend. Scott Potter of the Peak Health and Wellness Center and Angie Doucette of the Watson Children's Center visited the studio to inform people about the Watson Children's Center Tennis Pro-Am, a great event where lucky Missoulians will get to play with tennis professionals, including one former multiple-time Grand Slam winner. And in the final segment, Colter hears from Montana head coach Bobby Hauck for Hauck Highlights, Helena Capital's Tucker Zanto for the Student of the Week and Hellgate's Mick Morris for the Garden City Spotlight.
This week's guest is Craig Hurlbert, co-founder and co-CEO of Local Bounti, an AgTech start up headquartered in Hamilton, Montana. The company's ambitious mission is to scale production and distribution of high quality produce grown indoors, using 90% less water and land than traditional farming. Craig is a seasoned entrepreneur with deep experience in the energy sector and private equity. In our conversation, we delve into the agricultural challenges Local Bounti hopes to address, what being a special purpose acquisition company means, and the changing economies that effect how consumers get food to the table. Transcript here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EEXSJeXz8jka21FtzzK7WIfgE_pcGes8uZtp0rLMoN4/edit?usp=sharing
Cami Coté is a Licensed Reiki Master Teacher, Sacred Music Artist and Registered Yoga Teacher. Cami learned Reiki in 2012 and became a master in 2013. An Achilles' tendon injury in 2015 caused Cami's attention to turn to teaching Reiki, and developing her healing practice. After reading an article about Reiki drumming, she started to incorporate drumming into her healing sessions. With the addition of sound, Cami saw amazing shifts happening for her clients. This led her to enroll in a sound therapy program with the Sound Healing Academy, leading her to find teachers in the areas she was most interested in and has studied and practiced for 100's of hours. Cami facilitates public and private Reiki and sound journeys and teaches Reiki in Montana, Idaho, Washington and Online. During this episode we talk about, connecting back to the body through movement and sound, the importance of human connection through sound healing, the effects on the brain and body during sound healing, the journey of collective healing through sound and so much more! Subscribe to the BEautifully Unwinding Podcast and share this episode with a friend. CONNECT WITH CAMI Instagram: @camicote_lrmt Website: http://www.heartrhythmreiki.com/index.html Upcoming Event: Introduction to Himalayan Singing Bowls (Level One) - Two Day Workshop October 16 & 17th. http://www.heartrhythmreiki.com/singing-bowl-workshop.html CONNECT WITH TISHA Instagram : @beautifullyunwinding Blog: www.beautifullyunwinding.com Thank you so much!
Hi Beauties! On this week's episode of Beauty Bytes with Dr. Kay: Secrets of a Plastic Surgeon, I am excited to be featured on The Red Light Therapy Report with Dr. Michael Belkowski, founder of Biolight, to discuss the sun, skin health and various biohacking methods. Michael has his own physical therapy practice in Montana where he specializes in a variety of treatments. Similar to his specialty of Dry Needling, he came across Red Light Therapy which focuses on reducing inflammation and improving circulation. I love informing my Beauty Bytes with information! Have a question or something you'd like covered on the podcast? Send me a DM or email email@example.com! Click HERE to follow me on Instagram Click HERE to purchase KD Skincare Click HERE to listen to more podcasts Click HERE for Dr. Mike Belkowski's Instagram Click HERE to learn more about Red Light Therapy