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Articles with the Tag: Bozeman

Author pens 'Murder on Skis' set in Montana

ALBANY, NEW YORK – Readers in Montana who love murder mysteries, athletes who relish carving turns on a pair of skis or a snowboard, or folks who live for the social activities after a day on the slopes, will enjoy Murder on Skis. It’s a thrilling new piece of fiction, set in Montana and written ...

Announcing the 2020 Montana Master Hunter Program

News from Dani Clark, Master Hunter Program manager One Montana’s Master Hunter Program is accepting applications from Nov. 15, 2019-Jan. 10, 2020 for our 2020 classes. The Montana Master Hunter Program is a unique and rigorous program offering advanced education to increase hunter competence, ...

Lady Vikings finish sixth at state Lady Vikings finish sixth at state

BOZEMAN – In their first appearance in the state girls volleyball tournament since 2006, the Charlo Lady Vikings run at the Class C state title came to an end on Friday evening in the consolation brackets. Playing on the campus of the Montana State University at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozem...

Montana schools, preschools receive Harvest of the Month mini-grants

From MSU News Service MONTANA — More than 25 institutions devoted to the care and education of children across the state have received Montana Harvest of the Month mini-grants to showcase Montana grown foods. Montana Harvest of the Month is a joint program sponsored by the Montana Office of Pub...

New survey suggests improvements in Montanans’ understanding of noxious weeds

MSU News Service MONTANA – Farmers and ranchers in Montana are often intimately aware of the dangers posed by noxious weeds, but the general public’s knowledge of invasive species has also increased due to education and outreach efforts over the past 25 years, according to a recent survey. ...

FSA issues payments to Montana farmers

BOZEMAN – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency in Montana is processing $74,062,560 in Agriculture Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage payments for the 2018 crop year. Additionally, Montana FSA will distribute $30,837,244 in Conservation Reserve Programrental payments to lan...

 Study finds native bighorn sheep herds retain migratory diversity

By Rachel Hergett, MSU News Service BOZEMAN – On the surface, bighorn sheep migration is like that of many other large mammals, moving to higher elevations as snow melts in the springtime then returning to lower ground to forage as winter sets in. But a study published this month by Montana Sta...

MSU named most LGBTQ-friendly college in Montana

From MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Montana State University was recently named the most LGBTQ-friendly college in the state of Montana. The university also increased its campus pride index score – an LGBTQ national benchmarking tool for colleges and universities to create safer more inclusive c...

Local students named to MSU spring semester 2019 honor rolls

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Montana State University has announced its undergraduate honor rolls for spring semester 2019. A total of 4,464 undergraduates have been named to the university’s two honor rolls for the 2019 spring semester. Students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours to b...

Qualified artists needed at Montana State University

From MSU News Service BOZEMAN – Montana State University is seeking artists’ qualifications for public art for the university’s new American Indian Hall. The university is seeking qualifications from professional or emerging artists, or teams of artists, to produce original, site-sp...


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