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Athlete of the Week
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2012′s First Athletes of the Week

(UNDATED) – OUR KSEN/K96 – BOZEMAN TROPHY ATHLETES OF THE WEEK THIS WEEK PROVE THAT YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE BIG TO MAKE A BIG IMPACT. BOTH ARE SMALL IN BODY FRAME BUT BIG PERFORMERS IN THEIR INDIVIDUAL SPORT.

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Athlete of the Week
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KSEN/K96 Athletes of the Week

Our KSEN/K96 - Bozeman Trophy Athlete's of the Week from the weekend of Nov. 3rd-5th, have played big roles for their very successful teams that have moved well into the playoff rounds.

Jessica Davis, a big middle hitter for the Choteau Lady Bulldogs had a very strong Divisional Tournament in which Choteau won the Championship

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Sandy Welch
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Long time Educator & Administrator committed to excellence in Public Schools

As one election comes to an end, the buildup to an even bigger election, still a year away, is beginning.  Just last week, a long time Educator and Administrator with a glowing personality, threw her hat in the ring to become the Superintendent of the State Office of Public instruction.

Sandy Welch, a Republican from Martin City in the Flathead Valley was on an early campaign trip in Conrad, Cut Bank, & Shelby Wednesday.   KSEN had the chance for a brief interview and you can hear it live after the jump.

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(Photo by Mark Daniels)
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High Unemployment? Al Dosch says he can’t find workers!

The national unemployment rate remains over 9% and Montana's rate is still near 8-percent, so you might be surprised to hear Al Dosch of Al's Diesel in Cut Bank say he can't find workers.   Al blames the structure of the current structure of unemployment and welfare benefits.

"Right now, If I could find 'em, I would hire 10 more workers by tomorrow morning."   If we could find people who have a general idea of what we're doing and "wants to work, we'll even train them."    He says, don't get me wrong, there are people out there who need our help, but too many able-bodied people would rather take what the government will give them and not have to work.   If he could sit next to President Obama and suggest what's needed to create jobs, he would first say re-structure the welfare-unemployment structure and make all able-bodied people work.

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Nuts and Bolts by flickr user Joseph Robertson
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This, That & The Other

That of course is the Title of KSEN's famous Morning Show, which we don't actually do in the morning that much anymore, but I thought it described well what I would blog about today.

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Oil Derrick
(Photo by Flickr user Neillharmer)
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Jones asks “How can Governor call this an Increase”

State Senator Lew Jones of Conrad says the governor's education funding plan is "Not Equitable"

Jones, in his weekly legislative report on KSEN said the money for what he called education funding increases would not be an increase, but would merely take $37 Million annually from 130 school districts and disperse it back to over 400 districts.

Jones said that the district providing the

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The Pro Bowl on Sports Trivia

We have some Sports Trivia on the Pro Bowl this Week.   Sometimes I think the trivia is more interesting than the game, but I am excited to see Marc Mariani of Havre play in the game this year.    Randy Gramm from Choteau won our contest this morning.  

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