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Today Steve Titus owner of The Billings Outlaws talks about what is new

Dr Alexander Kraev Cardiac Surgeon at Billings Clinic talks about hospital stays and innovations in Cardiac Surgery

Billings Mayor Bill Cole talks about the Court System and Cannabis

Miranda Meunier, Vice President of Care Services at Greater Good Health talks about Stress for Seniors and more

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01 May 2024
May 1 - May 31

Older Americans Month   Every May, the Administration for Community Living leads the nation’s observance of Older Americans Month (OAM). The 2024 theme is Powered by Connection, which recognizes the profound impact that meaningful relationships and social connections have on our health and well-being. We will explore the vital role that connectedness plays in supporting independence […]

01 May 2024
May 1 - May 31

Stroke Month The Month of May Intermountain Health   Having an initial stroke increases a person's risk of subsequent strokes. While certain factors like age, sex and ethnicity are beyond an individual's control and can heighten risk, modifiable behaviors significantly impact the likelihood of stroke. Unhealthy habits including smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, poor dietary patterns […]

06 May 2024
May 6 - May 12

Nurses Week May 6th-12th National The American Nurses Association is celebrating National Nurses Week from May 6 through May 12, 2024, and throughout the month of May. This year's theme, "Nurses Make the Difference," honors the incredible nurses who embody the spirit of compassion and care in every healthcare setting. We invite you to recognize […]

11 May 2024
8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Montana Women's Run 2024 May 11, 2024 8:00AM 2nd Avenue North between N. 24th St. and N. 25th St. The main focus of the Montana Women’s Run is to promote health and fitness among women, especially women who would not otherwise exercise. The Run purposely reaches out to women of all ages and abilities, with […]

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1. No purchase is necessary to enter any KYYA contest.

2. All contest winners must provide KYYA with a valid form of identification and Social Security number satisfactory to management.

3. Subject to rule (4) below, all contestants must be at least 18 years old to be eligible to participate in contests that include hotel/motel accommodations, motor vehicles, boats, and/or air travel as prizes.

4. All contestants must be at least 21 years old to be eligible for all contests affiliated with an alcoholic beverage manufacturer or distributor.

5. One entry per household will be permitted to participate in a contest unless specifically stated in the individual contests’ rules. A “household” is defined as any individual residing at the same address. After winning a contest on KYYA, the individual/household is ineligible to win any other contests on KYYA for a period of thirty (30) days. All individuals/households receiving a prize valued at $100.00 or more on KYYA may be issued a 1099 Federal Income Tax Form and are ineligible to win a prize valued at $100.00 or more for a period of six months from the date of winning. If it is determined that a selected contestant is ineligible as a result of one or both of these restrictions, another contestant will be selected. This selection procedure will continue until these restrictions are satisfied.

6. Anytime the KYYA on-air studio is called, it is assumed by the caller that the phone call is being recorded and may be broadcast. The caller grants permission to KYYA to broadcast the call or record the call for later broadcast.

7. For telephone contests, listeners may enter by calling 406-245-6900. If any problems are discovered by KYYA, different call-in numbers or addresses may be substituted and utilized after those numbers and addresses are broadcast sufficiently. In the event a caller is disconnected during a contest before his/her name and phone number is recorded, then the prize will be awarded to the next caller whose name and phone number are recorded. The person operating the telephone at KYYA has the final decision as to who is the winning caller.

8. For contests requiring written entry forms, they may be faxed to 406-248-8577, or mailed/delivered to KYYA– 2075 Central Ave. Suite #5, Billings, MT 59102. These avenues of entry are only valid if specifically outlined in the specific contests’ rules. All entries become the property of KYYA and will not be returned. KYYA reserves the right to retain any or all contest materials for any reason that KYYA deems necessary to the completion of the contest, or reasons relating to publicity and/or advertising. KYYA shall have no responsibility for a contestant’s failure to win or claim any prize based on difficulties with telephone, facsimile, email, or internet difficulties, or any circumstances in any contest.

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13. Employees of KYYA, Desert Mountain Broadcasting, LLC and its ultimate parent company, their advertising agencies, affiliates, contest sponsors, employees and immediate families of each, and employees of all media of mass communication within a one hundred mile radius of the KYYA main studio are not eligible to win any contest.

14. All prizes are non-transferable and are not redeemable for cash. KYYA reserves the right to substitute a prize of similar value. KYYA cannot be held responsible for unforeseen cancellations or delays of concerts/events or transportation caused by weather, promoter or performer.

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19. To be eligible to win a prize, a contestant must reside within the listening area of KYYA, as defined within the exclusive discretion of management.

20. Any problems with the internet or email are not KYYA‘s responsibility.
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22. All giveaways and contests are void where prohibited by law. All local, state and federal regulations apply. As a licensee of the FCC and a trustee of the public airwaves, KYYA reserves the right to interrupt and/or discontinue any contest or promotion (and not award the offered prize) at the discretion of KYYA management if world events, the national mood, or public safety so warrant. KYYA reserves the right to disqualify any winner if the contest rules have been violated in any way. KYYA reserves the right to amend the rules to any contest at any time. All decisions of KYYA are final and not open to appeal.

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Today Steve Titus owner of The Billings Outlaws talks about what is new

Dr Alexander Kraev Cardiac Surgeon at Billings Clinic talks about hospital stays and innovations in Cardiac Surgery

Billings Mayor Bill Cole talks about the Court System and Cannabis

Miranda Meunier, Vice President of Care Services at Greater Good Health talks about Stress for Seniors and more

Rick Baker of Shepherd talks about Hoodies for Heroes

Sen Jon Tester talks health care , Southern Border and More

April is Donate Life Month ,Penny Clifton RN at St Vincent Regional Hospitals talks about donation , First off all we talk about why you do that check mark on your driver's license to be a donor

Gus Schaff of Health is Wellness talks about getting healthy with a new approach

Billings Mayor Bill Cole Talks about City Drones and Hoodies for Hereros

Billings Police Chief St John Talks about Crimes

Nichole Mehling and Danielle Campanella of the Billings Clinic Foundation talks about the Piggy Bank Fund

Brandon Whitman CEO of Yellowstone Valley Electric talks about their annual meeting , rates and National Ag Week .

Dr. Brage Foot and Ankle Surgeon at the Billings Clinic talks about Medication , Surgery , Arthritis and More

US Senator Steve Daines talks about the National debt , 32 hour work week and National Ag Week

Today is National Ag Day , Dave Kelsey who farms near Molt Montana , also is a Board Director of Yellowstone Valley Electric, talks about, Farming of the Future, Farming of Today and More

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month , Taylor Klein Nurse Practitioner at St Vincent's Regional Hospital talks about screening and more

The First Day of Spring is Tuesday March 19th and for a lot of People that means Allergy season , Dr Brad Fuller of Fuller Family Medicine in Billings

Montana Attorney General Austing Knutsen talks about the Montana Highway Patrol , Drugs and Tiktok

The Annual Banquet of Beartooth Chapter of the Rocky Elk Foundation is coming up on March 23, Art Moreau of the Chapter Talks about Youth Hunting, and the Banquet

Dan Brooks of the Billings Chamber of Commerce talking about Strategies for a Secure Future meeting on March 13

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month , Dr Keri Hill of St Vincent Regional Hospital Intermountain Health talks about screening age and risk factors

Today Billings School Supp Edwin Garcia talks about The School Public Safety Levy a upcoming on Public Safety

Sen Jon Tester talks about the US Attorneys visit to Billings, The Farmbill but first of all he talks about the Major Richard Star Act

Billings City Mayor Bill Cole talks about the Transportation Plan and Possibility of a New Rec Center

Nicole Mehling Danielle Campanella of the Billings Clinic Foundation talk about the Piggy Bank Fund

Crissy Webb of the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks talks about Bear Awareness, New laws for 2024 and New hunting, fishing and conservation license year starts March 1,2024

Congressman Matt Rosendale talks about the possibility of a Government Shutdown

Rick and Ty Hamilton of Montana Outlaw BBQ talks about Rubs, opening a store in Billings and how it all got started

Robyn Barta Market Manager for First Federal Bank and Trust in Billings , Robyn talks about Mutual Banks, New Location and Giving back to the Community

Zoo Montana Director Jeff Ewelt talks about Zoo Hours , New Bear Cubs and a Great Supporter of Zoo Montana

Dr Collin Fischer talks about Statin Drugs , Symptoms of a heart attack and Heart Month

St Vincent Regional Hospitals Holly Brehm, PA, and Marcus Nicola, PA - Cardiology - Heart Health Tips and Prevention, New treatments in Heart Care and Heart Disease

Today we are talking with Miranda Meunier VP, Care Services for Greater Good Health , Miranda talks about Heart Health , Checkups and Vaccines

Billings Mayor Bill Cole talks about Security for the New City Hall , Equipment for Billings Swat Team , and the city might donate land to the Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter

PA C Heath Hines and Dr David Simns of St Vincent Regional Hospital talk about advance in Heart Surgery

Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder talks about the Helicopter Program , Fentanyland The Yellowstone County Detention Facility

US Senator Jon Tester Talks about the Immigration Bill and Fentanyl

Billings Mayor Bill Cole Talks about the Water Treatment Plant , Emergency Response and The Yellowstone County Jail

February is National Heart Month Jessica Reed, RN, Chest Pain Program Coordinator and Dr. Brandon Henckel, Cardiologist talk about many issues dealing with Heart Issues

Community Resource Fair For Veterans and their Families Blake Fuhriman of Veterans Navigation Network Talks about the Resource Fair