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5:55 a.m.


A new study by the Impress Orthodontic Clinic reveals that people should smile for a minimum of seven minutes a day.

Dr Khalid Kasem says, “The main benefit of smiling is that it reduces stress. Our mouths are more damaged by stress than we might realise, as the added tension it puts on your muscles can lead to involuntary teeth clenching or grinding, leaving you susceptible to jaw issues and a whole host of other problems. Smiling increases endorphins and lowers cortisol levels. So smiling when you feel stressed can leave you feeling considerably better.''

6:20 a.m. Boomer News Preview


6:30 a.m. Daily Quiz

Two For Tuesday - HE DON'T LOVE YOU JERRY BUTLER (#7 in 1960) TONY ORLANDO & DAWN (#1 in 1975)

The idea to remake this song actually came from actress Faye Dunaway and her then-husband Peter Wolf, the lead singer for The J. Geils Band, after Orlando and Wolf spontaneously sang the song together while waiting to attend a Golden Globes ceremony.

6:40 a.m. Weather Wakeup/Northern Broadcasting Weather

6:55 a.m. Health Story

6:54 a.m. Check Up On Health Hospital Happenings/ABC World News/Local News

7:15 a.m.

PARENTS’ FAVORITE BABY “FIRSTS” … According to a new survey by CeraVe

First smile or laugh - 36%

First time playing with toys - 34%

First attempt at walking - 33%

First identifiable word - 33%

First time eating baby food - 32%

First time responding to their name - 32%

First full night of sleep - 31%

First time meeting other people - 31%

First time sitting unassisted - 31%

First time traveling - 30%

Lunch Menus/Valley Happenings

7:30 a.m. Tim's News You Can't Use

Memorial Day weekend is almost here, and there’s a good bet a lot of folks will be attending at least one barbecue, with at least one or more people manning the grill. But while a lot of foods taste good on the grill, there are some that taste better than others.

According to a new survey:

60% of Millennial Americans rate their grilling abilities as either “good” or “excellent.”
69% of Millennials learned their grilling skills by watching their parents.
The average person takes over grilling duties from their parents when they turn 16.
78% of Millennials now believe they have better grilling skills than their parents.
But when it comes to what they are grilling, folks have definite opinions as to what foods are best cooked on a grill.
The top grilling foods include:
Burgers (45%)
Chicken (43%)
Hot dogs (43%)
Steak (40%)
Ribs (32%)
Fish (29%)
Veggies (28%)
Shellfish (24%)
Fruit (24%)
Meat substitutes (e.g. tofu, tempeh, etc.) (22%)

ONE MORE THING! For some it appears the grill is good for more than just lunch and dinner. The poll finds that 53% of Millennials admit they’ve grilled their breakfast, while only 24% of Boomers say the same. ==
NBC says Starbucks is closing all of their stores in Russia because of Vladimir Putin's invasion of the Ukraine. Starbucks plans to pay their 2,000 Russian employees for the next six months
Milwaukee Business News says Miller Lite is introducing a beer-infused charcoal ahead of Memorial Day weekend. The charcoal can be purchased on Miller Lite's website and is available starting today
Food & Wine magazine says Arby's is putting a hamburger on their menu for the first time ever. The limited edition burger will be made using Wagyu beef. The burger is 50% larger than a McDonald's Quarter Pounder and is topped with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, red onion and a special burger sauce
Mustard goes great on a salted pretzel … but do the two tastes belong in an ice cream? Ice cream maker Van Leeuwen – which made headlines last year with their Kraft Mac and Cheese ice cream -- certainly thinks so. They’ve teamed up with Grey Poupon on a limited-edition flavor called, aptly enough, Grey Poupon with Salted Pretzels. Interested? Apparently, you can grab a pint at Walmart.
WGN-TV says Best Buy is recalling 93,000 hoverboards because they may malfunction and injure the rider. The Hover-1 Superfly Hoverboards have a software glitch that doesn't stop the motor and causes riders to continue their momentum when they are no longer in control of the board
Nothing can bring people together quite like a good old game of Duck, Duck, Goose and an attempt to break a Guinness World Record. A group of more than 2,000 students from rival high schools in Indiana met on Friday and sat in a big circle to play the old children's game. They had the numbers and played for 16 minutes to break the previous record, which had held since 2011. Video evidence of the game was submitted to Guinness and the students are now waiting for official word that they hold the record. (WTWO)
The USA Today newspaper says 100 year-old Lester Wright competed in the Penn Relays on Saturday in Philadelphia. He ran a 100m dash in 26 seconds. The World War II veteran finished seventh out of nine competitors. A crowd of 38,000 gave him a standing ovation.
The Daily Mail says Kimberly Alacron, of Westchester, New York, recently gave birth to her third set of natural twins. She and her husband are now parents of 10. The odds of having three sets of twins are 1 in 200,000. The couple's oldest child is 17.
A dog lover in China recently paid a small fortune to build a lavish mansion ... just for his 10 dogs. The miniature mansion features a long list of features to satisfy all of his dogs' needs -- from the working toilet, running water dispenser, air conditioning and television -- to the roller coaster, swimming pool, miniature train, and disco room. Mr. Zhou, a 33-year-old businessman who has made a lot of money in the crayfish trade, tells his critics that he doesn't spend a lot of money on himself, and he prefers to spend it on things that make his dogs happy -- like a Ferris wheel and a movie projector. To date, he has spent approximately $51,000 on his luxury doghouse. (Oddity Central)
United Press International says the Clark County, Nevada police recently stopped a woman for driving with a fake license plate. The license plate had Cracker Jack stickers on it. The woman told cops, "My vehicle is registered to a trust. If you cite me for such, you will be entering into a contract with the trust." The police Facebooked, "Upon our short and sweet investigation, Phyllis was issued some citations and apparently we entered ourselves into a contract with a trust"

7:45 a.m. Birthday Show

7:50 a.m. Montana Trivia/Science Faction/Local Sports

8:12 a.m. ABC News

Northern Broadcasting Montana News


8:40 a.m. Tradeo

9:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

9:30 a.m. Doggone Show

9:40 a.m. Hi-Line Ford Closet Classic

10:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

10:40 a.m. Hi-Line Ford Closet Classic

10:50 a.m. Hi-Line Highlights

11:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

11:40 a.m. Hi-Line Ford Closet Classic