A valuable resource in Lewistown is Small Wonder Daycare.

Spokeswomen Jamie Quigly and Mary De’Leo have many years of experience with the youngest in our community and explain the need for a fundraiser that’s scheduled next this April.

A national concern recently discussed by the Fergus County Port Authority voiced possible jobs locally but not a workforce.  

Port Authority spokesman Dave Byerly said Lewistown has the problem as does every town and city in Montana.  He told his KXLO-Live audience:

This was a busy week for the Lewistown schools.  Among the highlights were interviews for a principal, and the much talked about national student walkout.  

On November 28th, 2017 Fergus County Sheriff’s Department and Fergus County Coroner responded to a site SE of Winifred for a report of skeletal remains.

BOZEMAN, Mont. – Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte announced that a member of his staff will soon conduct mobile office hours in Chouteau, Custer, Gallatin, Judith Basin, and Park counties.

The Lewistown Public Library will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the Upstairs Meeting Room.

One of the annual Boys and Girls Club activities is selling tickets for their spring fundraiser.

Director Abby Franks has the long list of prizes that will be awarded.

Central Montana is gearing-up for the annual Hospice volunteer recruitment and training  session.

Eileen Stahl and Shari Eller explain their campaign that’s set for April 10 & 11  at CMMC.




A national increase in syphilis cases continues to impact Montana and public health officials are concerned.  During the first couple of months in 2018, nine new syphilis cases were reported in Montana, continuing the 2017 outbreak experienced when 49 cases were reported. The increase in cases is alarming when compared to the average of 12 cases per year reported from 2014-2016.

CMMC Home Oxygen and Medical Equipment, a durable home medical equipment company, has achieved the Award of Accreditation from the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation, based in Waterloo, Iowa. This award is achieved only when home medical equipment companies demonstrate a high level of quality practices in their business operations and patient care techniques.  CMMC Home Oxygen and Medical Equipment earned the three-year accreditation after completing a comprehensive application that focuses on patient care, financial stability, and a commitment to quality operational practices and procedures. Accreditation by the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation assures Medicare and other payers that the highest levels of quality are practiced within all areas of the company.  

A two-time Olympian coach, author and speaker will hold a two-day session later this month hosted by the Job Service Employers Committee.  According to coach Sherry Winn:

BOZEMAN – Montana State University Extension is seeking host families for 25 Japanese youth and two adult chaperones from July 22 - Aug. 17. The youth and their chaperones are part of an international exchange program with the Labo Language and Cultural Institute and with LEX, or Language Experience, Experiment and Exchange.

Host families can be located anywhere in Montana and should have a child at home who is between the ages of 9 and 18. Families hosting chaperones do not need to have children in the home or may have children of any age.

Some pavement is starting to resurface, but deep snowbanks and drifts are still confronting Lewistown residents.  That topic was brought to our KXLO-Live interview program with some updated advice by our City Manager Holly Phelps.  

There will be a Special Meeting at the Lewistown Municipal Airport to review the proposed new land lease terms and rates.  This meeting will be held in the Airport Terminal Meeting Room March 23, at 3:00 pm. 

MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock today encouraged Montanans across the state to assist Montanans in need suffering from the impacts of severe winter weather across the state. Governor Bullock Tuesday declared a winter storm emergency in Northwestern and Southeastern Montana, including on the Blackfeet, Fort Belknap, and Northern Cheyenne reservations and in Glacier and Golden Valley Counties.

Heading into spring just may be the perfect time to enjoy some lifestyle changes. Denise Seilstad with the MSU-Extension office has this invitation to join a weekly class that could mean better health.

HORACE, N.D., Farm Rescue, a nonprofit organization that provides planting, harvesting, haying and hay hauling assistance free of charge to farm and ranch families who have experienced a major illness, injury or natural disaster, is currently accepting applications for planting assistance.

The spring season is approaching and fieldwork will soon begin for producers throughout the region. For those facing an unexpected challenge, it's never too early to apply for assistance. Priority preference is given to those who apply early, as it allows for planning and logistics of volunteers and equipment.

Shooting off fireworks on the 4th of July and on New Years Eve could result a hefty fine.  The Lewistown City Commission with input from the police and fire departments said it’s been a topic for several years, but the ordinance will be strengthened.

Butte, Mont. – Feb. 28, 2018 – After heavy snow and bitter cold in many parts of Montana, including the Browning and Hi-Line areas and other parts of northern and central Montana, NorthWestern Energy is reminding customers of several important safety measures.

For natural gas customers, deep and blowing snow can block heating and appliance exhaust vents, which can cause equipment to malfunction, resulting in a loss of heat or possibly a build-up of deadly carbon monoxide in homes and businesses.

Join the Knights of Columbus in the St. Leo’s Mandatum Commons Friday, March 9, from 5 to 7 p.m. for the last fish fry of the Lenten Season! The KC’s will be preparing fried and baked fish, baked potatoes, cole slaw, corn, and rolls. 

MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock today issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency on the Blackfeet, Fort Belknap, and Northern Cheyenne reservations and in Glacier and Golden Valley Counties.

“The safety and security of Montanans must be our top priority. During these challenging winter conditions, we have been and will continue to communicate with local and tribal officials and offer state resources however necessary,” said Governor Steve Bullock.

BOZEMAN – On Thursday a senior NASA official told a packed Procrastinator Theater at Montana State University that the space agency is well on its way to sending humans to Mars.

“I think 2035 is reasonable,” said Paul McConnaughey, an associate director at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, about when people might first touch down on the red planet.