KLTZ and Mix-93 are headed back to school, with chances for 10 Valley County students to win one of our prize packages! Just visit our sponsors and put your favorite student's name and phone number in the bag - we'll draw on Tuesday morning, August 26th, at 7:15 a.m., just before the Lunch Menus.
To be eligible, students must be attending a school in Valley County for school year 2014-15.
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Coming Up On The Tim Phillips Show
70's Friday Flashback - Birthday drawing - How your neighborhood affects your health - What is Nomophobia? - Fort Peck Summer Theatre visit
We post Tim's show notes each day right at about 9:30 a.m. Mountain Time here.
Twitter, Facebook And Web Updates
Now, KLTZ/Mix-93 is bringing you news updates even faster than before! We're using Twitter to update both our Facebook page, and to tell you what's new here at kltz.com.
Join us on Twitter @kltzklanradio or just watch for the updates above. So, to get the Facebook updates from KLTZ; just click the Like button, or go to our Facebook home
Area Business Directory
We've added an area business directory on the site, so you'll be able to check northeast Montana businesses' hours, location, phone number, e-mail and website link, all in one place! We're just getting the directory started, but you'll find many businesses listed now.
Montana's Winter Wheat Crop Almost All In The Bins
Wednesday, August 20th 2014
Montana’s winter wheat crop is almost all in the bins, ahead of what is typically harvested at this time of year.
Farmers report that 86 percent of the state’s winter wheat crop is harvested, ...more
Associated Press Montana News Summary
Friday, August 22nd 2014
Latest Montana news, sports, business and entertainment CASCADE DEPUTY KILLED
Suspect charged in in Cascade deputy's death
GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — Cascade County prosecutors say a 40-year-old Great Falls man was on a "drug-fueled rampage" while being pursued by law enforcement officers and deliberately swerved his vehicle to strike and kill a sheriff's deputy, who was standing outside of his patrol car.
Adam Sanchez Jr. made an initial appearance on a deliberate homicide charge Thursday in Justice Court in Chouteau County. Sanchez had been held on a $2 ...more
NORTH DAKOTA NEWS
Associated Press North Dakota News Summary
Friday, August 22nd 2014
Latest North Dakota news, sports, business and entertainment RAIL OVERSIGHT
ND regulator outlines plan for rail safety program
WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota regulator who has proposed a state-run rail safety program to bolster federal oversight says the effort would cost $500,000 a year.
Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak's plan calls for hiring two inspectors and a rail safety manager. She proposed it in late June and outlined details Thursday. The proposal is included in the PSC's budget request to the governor.
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