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Billings attorney campaigns in Polson Billings attorney campaigns in Polson

POLSON — John Heenan said he stands up to bullies for a living, and that’s why he decided to run for Congress. Heenan, the first of six Democrats to announce a run for their party’s nomination next June, said he decided to run for the seat right after this year’s special election t...

Free workshop series will offer information on growing, managing apple orchard Free workshop series will offer information on growing, managing apple orchard

News from Montana State University BOZEMAN – The MSU Western Agricultural Research Center in partnership with Missoula and Ravalli County Extension offices will host a free four-part series on beginning and managing an apple orchard in Montana, Dec. 14 through March 14. The series is free and open...

MSU Extension farm management workshops for 2018

News from Montana State University BOZEMAN – Montana State University Extension will offer farm management workshops in five communities, including Lewiston, Ronan, Choteau, Great Falls and Glasgow, from January to March 2018. Extension economists George Haynes, Kate Fuller and Joel Schumacher ...

USDA offers assistance to protect valuable lands

BOZEMAN — The U.S. Department of Agriculture encourages people and groups wanting to protect critical wetlands, agricultural lands and grasslands to consider enrolling their property into conservation easements. This year, USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service plans to invest $250 million...

SKC marks 40th anniversary by honoring founders SKC marks 40th anniversary by honoring founders

CORWIN (CORKY) CLAIRMONT “Art provides a powerful connection to our culture and gives us a way to share it with the world.” Corwin “Corky” Clairmont is an enrolled member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. Clairmont was born in Saint Ignatius, and currently resi...

New scientific assessment to aid Montanans in dealing with future impacts of climate change

News from Montana State University Bozeman BOZEMAN – Montana has already felt the effects of a changing climate and will continue to feel further impacts in the coming decades, according to a new, scientific assessment that looks at past climate trends and how they are projected to change in the f...

Barron takes over as MACo president

POLSON – Lake County Commissioner Bill Barron was recently named president of the Montana Association of Counties’ Executive Committee.  The one-year term began when he was sworn in Sept. 20 during MACo’s annual convention in Bozeman.  Barron, who has served on the Lake Coun...

Montana Shakespeare in the Schools to tour ‘Twelfth Night’ Montana Shakespeare in the Schools to tour ‘Twelfth Night’

News from Montana State University BOZEMAN – Montana Shakespeare in the Schools enters its 25th season in 2017 with a tour of “Twelfth Night” to regional middle and high schools. Several public performances will also be offered. MSIS will perform the comedy to nearly 12,000 students...

Montana meth cleanup laws lag behind Montana meth cleanup laws lag behind

It was a perfect home for their growing family. James and Josephine Slack had purchased a small house in a rural neighborhood on Mill Road just north of Helena, Mont. The home had a big yard surrounded by mountains in the distance, ideal for the Slacks’ two young daughters and soon-to-be born son. ...

Veteran Spotlight Veteran Spotlight

Sometimes a soldier finds a best friend in military service – Bill Hocker already had a best friend who went side by side with him into military service. From first grade, into college and then into WWII Bill and Phil did things together. Bill says in those early days nobody around Ronan had been ve...


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