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Ice Fishing

Ice Fishing Derbies Approved for This Winter

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks approved a number of ice fishing contests for 2015-2016. 
Participants must comply with state fishing regulations, including daily and possession limits. Some contests require catch-and-release fishing and participants in these contests may not keep any fish. Contact information for each contest can be found at FWP's website at Click on "Fishing", then "Fishing Contests".  

The following ice fishing derbies are approved for the 2014-15 winter season:

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Ryan Zinke November 2014 Credit US House of Representatives

Coffee with your Congressman – A Message from Ryan Zinke

A lot has been happening in Washington the past few weeks so I wanted to take the opportunity to share with you some of the progress. 

Last week, Congress voted for a temporary budget to keep the government funded through December 10th. While the budget bill was far from perfect, it kept the government operating for the people of Montana. In the coming weeks, I'll be working with anyone who is willing to work with me in order to cut spending, reduce the debt and deficit, ensure a strong national defense, and get government out of your personal and private lives. 

The House also passed the 2016 defense budget, also known as the NDAA. In addition to a pay raise for our troops and childcare for military moms and dads, this year’s defense budget also includes important pieces for Montana, like bolstering the mission at Malmstrom with the Tactical Response Force Alert Facility and updating our nuclear capabilities. I’m also very happy to see my provision, the SEMPER FI Act, was included to address the security vulnerabilities at military recruitment centers so the tragedy that happened in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is never repeated.

As your Representative in the House, staying accountable to you is a top priority of mine. That's why I'm hitting the road the week of October 12th and stopping in Browning, Cut Bank, Shelby, Chester, Glasgow, Culbertson, Bainville, Sidney, Glendive, Miles City, Baker and Colstrip. I'll travel more than 1,000 miles and host 11 public events along the way. I'd love to see you there and hear about your concerns and ideas about how to make Washington better work for you. Contact my Billings office at406-969-1736 with questions. See the schedule after the jump:

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Friday Night Scores

Friday's Scores
The Associated Press

Baker/Plevna 38, Forsyth 25

Arlee 34, Flint Creek 14

Belgrade 35, Lewistown (Fergus) 6

Big Timber 36, Joliet 0

Billings Central 56, Glendive 0

Billings Senior 40, Great Falls 0

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liver transplant

Be There For Morgan

There will be a Medical Benefit for Morgan Clark tomorrow (Saturday) evening down in Conrad. Morgan is the recipient of a liver transplant. Tomorrow's night's benefit will take place at the Pondera Golf Club in Conrad...

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Your Fourth Choice

What Is Paw Paw

Before John Clifton's wife got Stage 4 lung cancer back in 2012, he had never heard of paw paw. When her oncologist said that they best that could be done for her was "palliative" chemotherapy, that was started, but meanwhile Clifton began to research alternative treatments...

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1400 New Survivors In Montana

Have you been touched by suicide? Studies show that for every completed suicide, there are 6 survivors. Given there are 220 to 240 suicides here in Montana every year, there are about 1400 new survivors every year in our state...

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expensive and cheap

Cheaper To Live In Shelby

That's what the Gabby Cabby says in his latest missive, True Tales, & I'm going to be getting the Gab Man on the line this afternoon (Thursday) in the 4 o'clock hour on the Puffman Show! Pe...

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retirement party

On The Road (again) To Retirement

On the road again...that's me & Willie Nelson! I'm blogging again today on roads...earlier on, I alerted you to the Laird Road closure this morning in Chester, & now I'd like to alert you to a retirement party over at our Toole County ROAD Department here in Shelby...there...

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Sports This Week

Our Thursday night game this week on KSEN AM 1150 Baltimore at Pittsburgh at 6pm.

Then we're on to high school football with Shelby at Malta on Friday at 6:45pm on KSEN AM 1150 and online at ksenam...

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BNSF closes road fo maintenance

The Road Is Closed

BNSF has a road closure on the Laird Road over in Chester this morning (Wednesday.) BNSF shut the road down at 5 this morning & intends to reopen the Laird Road around 11 o'clock this morning.. ...

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National Coffee Day

Pour Me A Cup Of Joe

TODAY, Tuesday, September 29th, is "National Coffee Day," not to be confused with "International" Coffee Day which is coming up THIS Thursday...

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the circus ends

We’re Taking Down The Tent

I'll be up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby tonight (Tuesday) to read & share more Montana History. We'll be closing the curtain on our current read, "Three Ringlings in Montana; Circus Trains to Cattle Ranches" this evening...t...

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