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Agriculture Appreciation

KSEN and KZIN are located right here in the heart of Ag Country and we believe that every day should be Ag Appreciation Day. Our farm families are the heart of our economy, that's for sure, but they're also the heart of our communities

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Kari Lynn Dell's The Long Ride Home
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Dell’s New Book Is Swell

I don't have to tell you what a fine writer, Glacier County's Kari Lynn Dell is...we already know by reading her column in the Pioneer Press! But now, she's gone & written a wonderful book, "The Long Ride Home." D

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success
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Success In Montana

Montana kids in low-income families are faring better than standard statistics show, according to a new Annie E. Casey Foundation report that analyzes poverty rates through a new measuring tool from the U

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public review
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Public Gets A Look See

There will be a Public Review of the Blackfeet Fish & Wildlife Hunting & Fishing Regulations tonight over in Browning. This evening's Public Review of the regulations will take place at the Tribal Conference Room, & it starts at 6 o'clock SHARP tonight. Please kno

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checking in
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I’m Checking In To The Heritage Tonight

I'll be up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby tonight (Tuesday) reading more Montana History. We like to read Montana stories BY Montana authors, & we have a good one going right now. It's Rick Sterry's "Blizzard of '32", & in my opinion, it's a slice of life that hits you like a knuckle sandwich! A blizzard is but a minor dilemma for some of the characters in this book! It's one GREAT read & I'm already looking forward to reading more during Montana History this evening at the Heritage. We start a

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a dummy
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It Pays To Be A Dummy

"Skiing For Dummies" is not just a book, it's an EVENT set for  tomorrow (Saturday) down at Big Sky Resort. The 12th annual Dummy Jump invites participants to build a dummy to be launched off a ski jump, high into the air as the crowds witness the carnage of the landing

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AMTRAK
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All Aboard For Culbertson

The town of Culbertson is working towards establishing an AMTRAK Station, & it's looking good! AMTRAK has completed an extensive in depth study & estimated that a "station-stop" in Culbertson would be viable. Culber

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Blackfeet Nation
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Blackfeet To Host Presentation

The Blackfeet Tribe will be hosting a "Special Presentation" this evening (Tuesday) by the Blood Tribe Ag Program. Tonight's program is for ALL farmers & ranchers, & will be held in the Tribal Conference Room in Browning. Dinner

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Montana authors
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Some Kind Of Writer

I'm blogging about Montana author Rick Sterry. Rick's written some books including: "Over The Fence", When Shotgun Goes Off Watch Out For Bear Trap", "Selected Stories", & his memoir, "Far Out: Life on the Edge." W

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buff love
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A Buff-Love Candlelight Valentine Vigil

There's going to be a march & candlelight vigil tonight (Thursday) down in Gardiner to show "buff-love" for Valentine's Day. The organizers are raising awareness for the Yellowstone wild buffalo herds. St

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Montana blizzard of 1932
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What A Blizzard

It was a bad blizzard back in 1932, & that's what we're learning up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby, as we read more of Montana author Rick Sterry's tome, "Blizzard Of '32".  I'll be at the Heritage tonight (Tuesday) to read more Montana History. We

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Blizzard of '32
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History At The Heritage

MONTANA History, & tonight (Tuesday), I'll be reading more Montana History beginning at 6 o'clock up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. We're all enjoying Rick Sterry's saga, "Blizzard Of '32." o

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