The MSU Extension Service has issued a new Ag Alert bulletin, with information on head blight management with fungicide to follow up on the 28 May agalert. Click HERE for the bulletin in pdf form. High risk areas incl
Floods of 1964
The Great Falls Tribune takes a look back at the floods that devastated our region 50 years ago. Beginning Sunday, May 25th, with coverage all week! Watch for stories about the storms, the dams, lives lost, and the courageous response by the towns’ residents and military.
Recently, the Montana Office of Public Instruction announced that 117 schools in Montana, including 10 in the Golden Triangle, will be eligible to serve more free meals to students using the new “Community Eligibility Provision,” starting in the 2014-15 school year
The Upper Missouri River Basin Advisory Council has scheduled a series of public meetings, including Shelby and Great Falls, to gather comments on the Upper Missouri River Basin draft recommendations to the the Montana Water Supply Initiative, a 20 year state water plan
WASHINGTON, May 14, 2014 – April storms delivered a mix of rain and snow to the northern half of the West but didn’t provide much relief for the dry southern half, according to data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) May 2014 water supply forecast
Wheat streak mosaic virus and active wheat curl mites have been detected in Chouteau County. Click HERE for the latest Montana AgAlert from the MSU Extension Service, including photos and management recommendations.
UPDATE: Dr. Mary Burrows issued a second AgAlert Monday afternoon, saying t
Glacier County's new MSU Extension Service agent is no stranger to the Golden Triangle. Kari Lewis (nee Gillespie) grew up in northern Toole County. You are invited to an open house to meet Kari (or get reaquainted) on Friday, May 9, from 1-5 pm, at the county extension office, located in the Glacier County Courthouse Annex, on the east end of Cut Bank
Several schools in northern Montana are participating in the Hi-Line Solar Schools Education Project. Chester-Joplin-Inverness and Valier are the first two schools in the Golden Triangle to have solar power "labs" installed, and the public will be able to learn more about them at open houses next week.
Northwestern Outdoors Radio received first and second place Excellence in Craft awards in the category of "Best Audio" last week during the Northwest Outdoor Writer's Association annual conference that took place at the KwaTaqNuk Resort in Polson, Montana.
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