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Firefighters work to cool down a hot spot on the Reynolds Creek Fire in Glacier National Park. July 28, 2015 (NPS Photo)
Firefighters work to cool down a hot spot on the Reynolds Creek Fire in Glacier National Park. July 28, 2015 (NPS Photo)
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GNP: Reynolds Creek Fire Believed to be Human Caused

Investigation Team Looking for Information

WEST GLACIER, MONT. – The National Park Service is seeking information that may assist with an investigation of the Reynolds Creek Fire in Glacier National Park.

 
Initial evidence suggest

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UM Research: Travelers Contribute $1.2 Billion to Northwestern Montana Economy

            MISSOULA – An analysis recently completed by the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana highlights the economic contribution of nonresident travel spending in each of the six travel regions in Montana, as well as 17 of the state’s 56 counties.
       

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MSU Extension: Public Invited to Teton Co Agent Interviews

Interviews for the MSU Extension Teton County Ag Agent interviews will be held on Thursday, July 30 at the Stage Stop Inn Rocky Mountain Event Center, North Fork meeting room in Choteau.  Two candidates will be interviewed by a panel of MSU Extension representatives, County Commissioners and local constituents

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John Kruse, host of Northwestern Outdoors Radio
John Kruse, host of Northwestern Outdoors Radio
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This Sunday on Northwestern Outdoors Radio:

Low stream flows and high temperatures are stressing and killing fish throughout the Northwest and fishery managers in three states have restricted or closed rivers to anglers to protect them.  So what's a fisherman to do?  Well, a trip to Eastern Washington's Potholes Reservoir would be a good bet

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UM researchers Sarj Patel, left, and Tom Rau, right, study blood-based biomarkers that indicate how the brain reacts following a traumatic brain injury. (Photo: UM)
UM researchers Sarj Patel, left, and Tom Rau, right, study blood-based biomarkers that indicate how the brain reacts following a traumatic brain injury. (Photo: UM)
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NFL, GE Award UM Researchers $500,000 to Study Brain Injuries

  MISSOULA – Two University of Montana researchers were among six final winners nationally to receive $500,000 from the Head Health Challenge I, an up-to-$10 million program sponsored by General Electric Co. and the National Football League

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The Nutter family of Certain Creek Farms: front row - James Nutter, Peggy Nutter Kimmet,  Carol Keats;  back row - Edna Streit, John Nutter and Maggie Nutter (Photo by Kim Owens)
The Nutter family of Certain Creek Farms: front row - James Nutter, Peggy Nutter Kimmet, Carol Keats; back row - Edna Streit, John Nutter and Maggie Nutter (Photo by Kim Owens)
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Nutter and Hedges Are REAL Montana Selections

BOZEMAN - Montana State University Extension announced Class II of REAL Montana (Resource Education and Agriculture Leadership), a two-year program focused on building a network of informed and engaged leaders to advance the natural resource industries in Montana

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MSU Ag Alert: How’s That Workin’ For You?

MSU Extension's Cropland Weed Specialist Fabian Menalled reports that the Department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology has received several complaints about field peas that did not fill pods satisfactorily after a Clethodim application. He would like to hear from growe

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