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On their way to work on the Going-to-the-Sun Road (GTSR) on April 21, 2016, plowing crews discovered an avalanche more than 30 feet deep blocking the road at Haystack Creek. The avalanche is blocking the road and debris is plugging the stone archway that spans Haystack Creek. Due to continuing avalanche danger, crews will wait for safer conditions before returning to plow on the GTSR. (Photo: NPS)
On their way to work on the Going-to-the-Sun Road (GTSR) on April 21, 2016, plowing crews discovered an avalanche more than 30 feet deep blocking the road at Haystack Creek. The avalanche is blocking the road and debris is plugging the stone archway that spans Haystack Creek. Due to continuing avalanche danger, crews will wait for safer conditions before returning to plow on the GTSR. (Photo: NPS)
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Glacier Nat’l Park: Many Glacier, Chief Mountain Roads Open

Warm Weather Triggers Avalanches on Going-to-the-Sun Road

WEST GLACIER, MT – The National Park Service announced today that Many Glacier and Chief Mountain Roads on the east side of the Park are now open to vehicles for the season...

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NPS Launches Fish and Aquatics Plan Environmental Impact Statement

Comments Accepted through May 11
 
WEST GLACIER, MT – This week, Glacier National Park Superintendent Jeff Mow  announced the launch of a two-year comprehensive planning process to address large-scale issues affecting the park’s iconic lakes and streams, including non-native invasive species and climate change...

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UM sophomore Ashley Alexander explains her poster “Better than Before and Better Together: Fitness as a Function of Diversity in a Simple Microbial Community” at the 2016 Western Regional Honors Council Conference held in Riverside, California. (UM Photo)
UM sophomore Ashley Alexander explains her poster “Better than Before and Better Together: Fitness as a Function of Diversity in a Simple Microbial Community” at the 2016 Western Regional Honors Council Conference held in Riverside, California. (UM Photo)
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UM Honors College Students Win STEM Research Awards

          MISSOULA – University of Montana students Ashley Alexander and Benjamin Mason recently won awards in the STEM category for their poster presentations at the 2016 Western Regional Honors Council Conference held in Riverside, California...

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Who has School today?

Due to the storm, a few local schools have closed today, or cancelled buses:

  • Browning: Schools open, Buses running late.
  • Chester-JI: School OPEN, no buses
  • Choteau: Schools CLOSED
  • Conrad: Schools OPEN, no buses
  • Cut Bank: Schools OPEN, no buses
  • Fairfield: Schools CLOSED
  • Heart Butte: Schools CLOSED
  • Power: School CLOSED
  • Sunburst: School CLOSED
  • Valier: School OPEN, no buses

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