Montana Profiles

Beginning in 1993, Gene Brodeur hosted a bi-weekly news public affairs series for MontanaPBS. The series concluded in 2003.

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Medicaid: A Train Wreck Waiting to Happen?

American Indian Issues In Montana

Deregulation: The Free Fall Continues


Long Range Forecast: Dry
 (No. 1012)
Summer will soon be upon us and with it are indicators that an El Nino condition will hit the Northwest. While El Nino translates to rain near the equator, it means warmer temperatures and drier weather in the Rockies. Gene Brodeur is joined by Meteorologist Ken Mielke and Snow Survey specialist Roy Kaiser for an assessment of El Nino's impact on Montana's rivers, streams, and crops. Produced by Gene Brodeur for KUSM/Montana PBS, MSU-Bozeman. (First Aired Thursday, May 09, 2002)