St Patrick's day is approaching fast, Dillon will be the place for this years celebrations. The frontier Events Center along with the Party Palace of Butte will be hosting Blistered Earth and Tim Montana. We sat down and talked with Tim Montana about growing up in Butte and the experiences he has had since he left Butte to chase his dreams in music.
Coolidge was at one time a town that had upward of 35o people, a post office, housing, and a silver mill that was over 2 acres in size. This town had millions invested into it and went bust in a span of 40 years. Listen to find out what was the short fall of this town.
We decided to do something fun for Valentines day. Hailey and Jeremy are the host along with a few guest we talked about it being on a Sunday, our undying love or toleration of one another and just had some fun. We hope you enjoy the show. P.S. not everything we do around here has to be serious.
Today Wally and Jeremy take you on an adventure and talk about the building and completion of two major landmarks in Dillon, Montana. The Metlen Hotel built in 1897 and The Andrus Hotel built in 1917. Both of these hotels have a very interesting pass and a few ghost stories as well.
Today on Did You Know Southwestern MT, Wally Felt, Jeremy Crawford and special guest Otis Anderson will look at one of the most notorious figures in Montana history. Henry Plumer was hung on January 10, 1864 in Bannack Montana. Along side Plumer where two of his key associates, deputies Buck Stinson and Ned Ray. We will look at history what was recorded and let you decide for yourself if you think he was innocent or guilty.
Dr. Ron Loge will moderate the session. Dr. Sandra McIntyre and Dr. Michael Clarke will provide insights on the impact of COVID-19 on our families, neighbors and well as the hospital and staff. An internationally renowned infectious disease specialist with extensive experience in dealing with Covid-19, Dr. Peter Pappas from the University of Alabama, will discuss his knowledge of treating and managing this disease in his hard-hit state.