Aaron Flint, the host of Montana's leading statewide radio talk show "Montana Talks," began his journey in Montana politics and broadcasting while working in the US Senate as a student at Howard University over 20 years ago. Following the 9-11 terror attacks, Aaron relocated to Montana and enlisted in the military, embarking on deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, the Horn of Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula. Currently, he continues to serve as a Lt. Colonel in the US Army Reserve. His initial foray into the news industry consisted of stuffing newspapers for his grandparents at the Glasgow Courier when he was a child. From working in television at Q2 News to his involvement in politics, and now hosting a statewide radio talk show for over a decade, Aaron takes pride in ensuring that Montanans have a platform to voice their opinions. His prior political roles include serving as a legislative aide to Senator Conrad Burns, acting as the communications director for the 2016 campaign of now-governor Greg Gianforte, and serving as the state director for Congressman Ryan Zinke.
Very Cool: Montana Company is the “Official Jerky of the UFC”
This is very cool: a Montana veteran-owned company is now the official jerky of the UFC.
Every Montanan Who Loves Coffee Needs One of These
If you're a Montanan who loves coffee...and I mean GOOD coffee...you need one of these. It's a hardcore durable French Press coffee thermos, and it's massive.
Helium: “The New Gold Rush” in Montana’s Golden Triangle
On Thursday morning we caught up with Shelby Mayor Gary McDermott and longtime Shelby attorney Don Lee who both have extensive experience in the oil and gas industry. Don Lee tells us that helium exploration is being referred to as "the new Gold Rush." And check out what they're finding in Montana's Golden Triangle.
The Epic Pedro Pascal Post from Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks…
Six months ago if you would've told me the name Pedro Pascal, I would've said, "who?" The only reason I now know exactly who Pedro Pascal is is from the Narco series detailing the takedown of drug lord Pablo Escobar.
Montana Guard Commander Describes Rescue Efforts After Floods
"That's why my guys train. That's why they joined the National Guard." Lt. Col. Noah Genger is the commander of the 189th Aviation Battalion in the Montana Army National Guard.
Floods: FEMA Administrator & Top Montana Officials in Red Lodge
The head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was in Red Lodge, Montana Thursday, just hours after President Biden signed an emergency disaster declaration due to the flooding across Southcentral and Southwestern Montana. (Photos and video are below) Montana's Lieutenant Governor Kristen Juras (R-MT) touted the quick action by the State of Montana and Montana's Congressional Delegatio
Recent Look Back: Montana National Guard Rescues 87 People During Floods
I imagine there's a lot of folks who were camping or stranded by floodwaters in the Red Lodge, Montana area the past few days who will never forget the sound of a Chinook helicopter.
How This Montana 3-Year-Old Survived a Weekend Alone in the Woods
I'm sure we all had the same question, how did this little boy survive a cold, rainy weekend in the mountains all alone? I was able to catch up with Lincoln County Sheriff Darrin Short for the story.