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The KAAR/KMBR Ski Report
2016-2017 Ski Season
 
Brought to you by American Car Care and Lisac's Tire
 
Before hitting the slopes, Southwest Montana's avid skiers depend on Cherry Creek's Butte FM radio stations, 92.5 KAAR-FM, 95.5 KMBR-FM, to get the most current ski conditions at their favorite Ski Areas.
 
         "This is highly listened to and sought after information for local skiers.  It's a
           perfect advertising vehicle for your business to sponsor.  SW Montana skier's average
           age is 41 years old, college educated, high income...a great target listener for all
           types of businesses and services."
 
The Ski Report, Monday-Friday on KAAR/KMBR:
 
"The Ski Report" will air each day, Monday thru Friday at these times:
         10:20 a.m. on KMBR
         7:20 a.m. on KAAR
 
Each ski report will include up-to-date ski information, snow depth and the weather
conditions on the slopes.  Ski Areas in our Southwest Montana coverage area will be
featured in these daily reports.
 
         "The Ski Report" will air through the conclusion of the 2016-2017 ski season."
 
As a Sponsor your business will receive:
      An open/close billboard  "Brought to you by" message.
      A: 30 second ad adjacent to the "Ski Report" each day on each station.
      Your logo listed on our websites listing your business as a "Ski Report" sponsor.
      Your investment:  Two Stations: $140.00 per week (Monday-Friday) or One Station:
      $75.00 per week (Monday-Friday)
 
 
 
           
 
This year, the Montana winter has been particularly harsh with temperatures plunging below zero throughout the month of January.  For this reason, heat bills may be higher and further out of reach for people on fixed and low incomes.  There is help available for income-eligible people who may be higher and further out of reach for people on fixed and low incomes.  There is help available for income-eligible people who may not be able to afford to heat their homes.  Action Inc. (formerly the Human Resources Council) is still accepting applications for heat assistance through the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP), which serves up to 2,500 households per year.  It is important for people to apply as soon as possible to avoid a potential shutoff from their utility provider.  People in need should contact Action Inc. at 406-533-6855 or toll free at 800-382-1325 or stop by Action Inc. headquarters at 25 West Silver St. in Butte.  Office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Action Inc. serves Beaverhead, Deer Lodge, Granite, Madison, Powell and Silver Bow Counties.
 
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
 
Becky Sprunger, Chief of Operations, Action Inc. : 533-6875
 
 


You can download the KMBR app from the App Store or Google Play Store below!
 
  
 
Cherry Creek Media and Thriftway Super Stops Present:
Butte's first annual Bacon and Brew Fest, Saturday Night, April 29th, from 5:00 p.m. to    10:00 p.m. in the    Butte Civic Center.  Come taste all things bacon from local restaurants,   bakeries and vendors...15 brands of beer, and live classic rock from Butte Favorite...F.O.G.
Admission is Free.
 
 
 
"Congrats to Collins Advantage Insurance Agency, Cherry Creek Media's Business of the Month".


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    The prosecutor in the Phil Spector murder retrial told the jury he was a "demonic maniac" when he drinks and "a very dangerous man" around women. Deputy District Attorney Truc Do urged jurors to find the music producer guilty of murdering Hollywood actress Lana Clarkson in 2003. During her closing argument, she also accused Mr Spector of demonstrating a "conscious disregard for human life".
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    A stretch of road on Highway 19 in Macon, Georgia, was named Duane Allman Boulevard, near where The Allman Brothers Bandguitarist died aged 24 in a motorcycle crash on October 29, 1971.
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