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Mid-Rivers Announces New Cooking Show


Mid-Rivers Communications announces the taping of “JUSTICE IS SERVED”, a cooking show with local flair. The program is scheduled to air in central and eastern Montana on MRC-TV, the Mid-Rivers Communications Local Events Channel, in 2012.

The first episode will be taped at Reese & Ray’s IGA, Sidney, on Nov. 2. MRC-TV is inviting the general public to join the taping and taste-test the featured dishes.

“Justice Is Served” is a 30-minute program featuring unique recipes from the area and hosted by local Judge Greg Mohr. The show will follow Judge Mohr as he prepares unique delicacies such as “Jail Bird Chicken”, “Gas Chamber Chili”, “Get Out Of Jail Free Fudge” and “Subpoena Soufflé”.

“The ‘Justice Is Served’ program is just one of several new and original programs being developed by Mid-Rivers to provide our customers with viewing options that are not available anywhere else,” said Bill Wade, Mid-Rivers Communications’ general manager.

MRC-TV programming is exclusive to the Mid-Rivers Communications cable system, offering professionally-produced local sporting, community, and area events along with original programs.

His Honor, Judge Mohr, is a Justice of the Peace and Justice and City Court judge for Richland County. Judge Mohr also teaches cooking classes and caters special functions when time allows.


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