Like many teenage boys in Montana, Richard Turere (in Kenya)lives on a ranch. Like many Montana ranchers, Richard's family was losing valuable livestock to predators that are themselves an endangered species
(COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT.) - The Board of Trustees of the Glacier National Park Conservancy (GNPC) is pleased to announce that they have awarded an additional $30,000 to fund four projects to the already announced nine year-end grants to Glacier National Park for 2013 projects. These funds come f
You've heard of a "Harvest Moon" and a "Hunter's Moon" and even a "Blue Moon". If you want to impress whoever you happen to be with this evening, point out that the full moon rising over the prairie is the "Snow Moon," so called because it occurs in the coldest time of the year
The U.S. Forest Service's northern region office in Missoula has released its 2012 Year in Review. The 24-page document reviews USFS activities in Idaho, Montana and North Dakota, ranging from wildfire management to insect damage mitigation, timber operations, historical and cultural programs. Click
The University of Montana Grizzly basketball team has moved up to 12th-ranked in the CollegeInsider.com’s Mid-Major Top 25 Poll, which was announced by that organization late this afternoon (Feb. 11). M
A Bison, a Rustler and eight other Montanans are among the eighteen players who have signed letters of intent to join the Montana State University football program next season. Here are the details and Coach Rob Ash's comments on the Class of 2013:
Players from Chester, Choteau and Cut Bank are among the thirteen players who have signed letters of intent to play football for Montana State University - Northern next season. Click HERE for the full l
Head Coach Mick Delaney has announced the UM Griz 2013 signees, and it sounds like he's pretty pleased with the results of this recruiting season. Here's what the coach has to say about his freshman roster:
“I am just tremendously excited about this class, as are the rest of our coaches. T
The 2013 International Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog Race begins this evening (6:00pm MST) at Jackson, Wyoming. Over the next week, 23 teams will race over a nearly 350-miles course that includes eight checkpoints and runs through portions of four states, ending in Evanston, Wyoming next weekend
(Helena, MT) Small businesses across Montana are contacting the Montana Department of Labor and Industry complaining of aggressive marketing companies trying to sell labor law posters. “This is an ongoing problem in our state. Every time there is an upd
The USDA Farm Service Agency, along with the Blackfeet Community College, invites producers to attend a free Production and Financial Management Training Workshop, this Saturday, Jan. 26th, from 9am to 5pm at The Blackfeet Community College in Browning. Participation in this workshop will count toward the FSA's borrower training requirements.
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