John Kruse, host of the Northwestern Outdoorsman, assures me that 5am is not too early for outdoor enthusiasts to be up and tuned in on a Sunday morning, so that's when we're airing his weekly 1-hour program on K96fm
Just a few years ago, this would have been a rare sight, but farmers and ranchers are seeing more bears roaming the prairie here in the Golden Triangle. Brad Birch spotted these two on April 17, just a couple of miles west of Conrad near the Ron Warwick place.
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Eleven area 4-H members spent considerable time over the past month learning skills to share with others through the Teton County 4-H Demonstration contest held on Saturday, April 13. Thank you to Teton Co Agent Jane Wolery for sharing these photos:
I know you have a lot of things to do today, but I'll bet nothing on your to-do list is more fun than curling up with a good book. That's the logic behind "Drop Everything and Read" Day, sponsored by Harper-Collins publishing
Bird watchers around the world have a rare opportunity to study the development of a new family of Long-Eared Owls, thanks to a new "owl cam" set up by the Owl Research Institute in Charlo. Researcher Denver Holt tells the Associated Press he has banded over 1700 of the birds and found over 225 nests in Montana, but this will be his first chance to study the nocturnal birds' child-rearing habits
Choteau, Fairfield and other area schools are remembering the victims of the Holocaust by promoting tolerance throughout the schools with a "Hat Day" today to raise funds to help bring Holocaust survivor, author and inspirational speaker Inge Auerbacher to area schools in May. Students will pay a dollar to wear their hats during the school day.
Choteau students, Charley Yeager, Amanda Willekes and Tylee Patton have spent the last couple months raising funds to cover Inge’s expenses to Montana and provide several community events.
On today's Extension Minute, Toole County Agent Joe Parks mentioned several MontGuide publications produced by the MSU Cooperative Extension Service to help you raise a more bountiful home garden this summer
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