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FORT PECK, Mont. – Flooding from the Milk River, a tributary of the Missouri River, near the towns of Fort Peck and Glasgow, Mont., June 5. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Diana Fredlund)
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Severe Weather Awareness Week- Part 5

"Everyone talks about the weather" as the old cliche goes, and there's good reason. According to the National Weather Service, each year, Americans cope with 10,000 thunderstorms, 5,000 floods, a thousand

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Between Forsyth & Miles City- June 2007 (Mike Umscheid/NWS)
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Severe Weather Awareness Week- Part 4

April 16-20 is Severe Weather Awareness week, and today, the National Weather Service reminds us that we're coming into thunderstorm and lightning season. "When thunder roars, go indoors" is the rule in this lightning safety video

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16June2007-Storm2 (nws)
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Severe Weather Awareness Week: Part 3

April 16-20 is Severe Weather Awareness Week.  As we head into thunderstorm season, the National Weather Service reminds us that it's important to be prepared to deal with storms and their aftermath. Click HERE to link to valuable preparation information.

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How Do The Crops Look

I'm keeping an eye on this year's coming crop and received a report this morning from some folks within 40 miles of Woodward, Oklahoma and they tell me that some twisters hit their area with a vengeance over the weekend

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Egging Us On

Here it is, Good Friday and Easter weekend has finally arrived with a little bit of "weather". Hopefully we will all take time to remember the real and true meaning of Easter. Talk about miracles! Hopefully most of us will celebrate this true miracle this weekend

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(David Restivo, NPS)
(David Restivo, NPS)
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Annual Spring Snow Plowing Begins in Park

Glacier National Park road crews have initiated spring snow plowing operations on the park’s roads, including the 50-mile Going-to-the-Sun Road.

Snow levels at high elevations across the park are currently above average for this time of year

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Newly Planted Grass
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It’s Lawn and Garden Month!

April is Lawn and Garden Month, time to get out there and get the lawn back into shape. I just heard an ad from one of our local hardware stores that said it's time to get the fertilizer on the lawn. Every year I have to resist the urge to fertilize in February, those two or three good days we have with sunshine and clear skies that start to make you think about spring! I think its safe now to fertilize the lawn and clear out the dead old growth from the flower beds

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(Flickr User katsrcool)
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Still Rockin’ Out In The Bakken

Earlier today, I had a chance to view the rig count out in North Dakota and it seems to have leveled off significantly in the past couple of weeks, hovering in the neighborhood of 205 active drilling rigs

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Walk Don’t Run

t's reminds me of the old Ventures song, "Walk Don't Run" that I spin on my Puffman radio show occasionally. It's the Shelby School District Safe Route to School Walking and Biking Program getting underway again this spring season this Wednesday (April 4th) at the Shelby Middle School, the Shelby Civic Center and the intersection of Sheridan and Oilfield Avenue

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Rust Never Sleeps

I had a chance to read some reports this morning (Friday) on crop conditions in the south (Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas) and I noted one comment out of Kansas that said that "the crops look good, but are really early"

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(Flickr User Dvortygirl)
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I Know That It’s Spring

No doubt about it. I know that it's spring and one way I know for sure is when the lenten lunches are taking place here in Shelby. Easter Sunday is only one week away (the Sunday after THIS Sunday) and St

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(Flickr User Tim Swinson kingbob.net)
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It Can’t Get Any Better Than That

That's what Brady area farmer Gary Gollehon tells me when describing his life "down on the farm". According to Gary, "Good neighbors and a good place to bring up a family" is the single best thing about living/working on a farm"

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