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U.S. Senate Strikes Down BLM Planning 2.0

WASHINGTON (March 7, 2017) – The Public Lands Council and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association today hailed Senate passage of ...
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Society for Range Management honors Big Horn County educator

Big Horn County extension educator Mae Smith received an Outstanding Young Range Professional Award at the Society for Range Management’s ...
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Deere Beats Profit Views, Gives Upbeat Outlook

Deere & Co. raised its sales growth forecast for this year as the world's largest farm-equipment manufacturer reported stabilizing demand ...

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Tester’s New Wilderness Bill Draws Critics, Supporters

A week after Sen. Jon Tester released his Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act, some wilderness advocates question what it might really do. No designated as S. 507, the bill resurrects a portion of Tester’s 8 year old Forest Jobs and Recreation Act affecting the southwest corner of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex. That bill ran into opposition from some environmentalists and U.S. Forest Service officials who objected to the way it mandated commercial work in the forests. The new bill has raised eyebrows for the compromises it’s made with mountain biking groups.

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Election Administrators Struggle To Prepare For Special Election

The decision to set the election date for Montana’s lone congressman on the Thursday just before Memorial Day weekend has sent election administrators scrambling.

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$40 Million To Cover Impacts From Closure Of Coal-Fired Units

The future of Colstrip and its big coal-fired power plant, which will lose two of its four units sometime in the next five years, will be big discussion topics in the second half of the Montana Legislature, with one bill in the works calling for two of the plant’s owners to pay about $40 million between them to cover social and economic impacts caused by the reduction in power.

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Harlem Globetrotters Lose in Montana

One of the most famous basketball teams to ever play the game is of course the Harlem Globetrotters. Today they ...
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30 Years in Broadcasting Rocky Has a New First

Well in my 30 plus years in broadcasting this is a first for me. The first time I have ever ...
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Montana High School Basketball Tournament Wrap Up

Recently the staff of the Montana High School Athletic Association released all the financial reports from the 2017 district, divisional ...
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Boaters Be Prepared or Don’t Go

Those who have had to give up and return to shore due to poor boating conditions know it can be ...
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Some MT BMA’s Open for Spring Turkey Seasons

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and participating land owners will open some Block Management Areas (BMAs) for spring turkey hunting ...
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WY Elk hunting still some of the Best in the West

Wyoming hunters harvested the second-highest number of elk in recent history. 3/28/2017 10:50:19 AM CHEYENNE - The Wyoming Game and Fish Department ...
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Matt Rosendale is running for Montana State Auditor.

Does Your Current Policy Cover Flooding or Flood Damage.

The local weather man says it will continue to be a wet spring in Montana and if you have ever ...
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Donald Trump Jr Coming Back To Montana

Donald Trump's eldest son is coming back to Montana, Last time he was here he was gushing online about the ...
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Koreen Harrington Wants To Know, How Is Your Hearing?

Koreen Harrington, State licensed and nationally board certified hearing instrument specialist came in-studio for Voices of Montana, Monday to speak ...
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