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Grizzlies should return to state management

News from the office of Senator Daines HELENA — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has completed their 5 year status review of the grizzly bear in the lower 48 states and announced that they will recommend the species retains their threatened status under the “Endangered Species Act.” ...

Briefs for March 24, 2021

Montana HB 505 killed  News from Nathan Stein, House Minority Communications Director HELENA — Democrats claim end to assault on conservation — Montana House Democrats killed HB 505, a bill that would have privatized one of Montana’s unmatched public resources — our elk...

Boost given to Montana non-public, homeschools in COVID-19 relief funds

News from OPI MONTANA — Montana was allocated $12.8 million from the Federal Emergency Assistance to Non-Public Schools Program in January. As a result of the American Rescue Plan Act signed by the President on March 11th, an additional $12.8 million will be flowing to Montana non-public schools a...

Women entrepreneurs help drive America’s pandemic recovery

Since 1987, the U.S. Small Business Administration has celebrated Women’s History Month to recognize the role women entrepreneurs play in building and strengthening our local and national economies. Women have transformed the face of entrepreneurship across Montana in both urban and rural communities. ...

Nominations accepted for Montana History Teacher of the Year

News from the Montana History Foundation HELENA — Nominations are now being accepted for the 32nd annual Montana Statehood Centennial Bell Award. This year’s award will honor the Montana History Teacher of the Year for grades 4-6. Montana grade school principals, superintendents, fellow teac...

Briefs for March 3, 2021

Daines pushes back on Paris Climate Agreement News from the office of Senator Daines U.S. SENATE — Senator Steve Daines  introduced legislation to prohibit U.S. taxpayer dollars from being used to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement. Daines also introduced a Senate resolution calling on P...

Gianforte lifts restrictions, small businesses given new directive

News from the office of Governor Gianforte HELENA — Governor Greg Gianforte recently issued a new directive to replace several complicated directives related to the pandemic.  “Improving our response to the pandemic has been my top priority,” Governor Gianforte said. “Tod...

Greg Ganforte activates Army National Guard soldiers for Inauguration security

News from ACLU of MontanaNews from the office of Governor Gianforte HELENA  — In response to a request from the National Guard Bureau and federal authorities, Governor Greg Gianforte recently announced Montana will send 150 Army National Guard soldiers to the nation’s capital for the up...

DLI begins paying federal $300 stimulus benefit

News from the MT. Dept. of Labor and Industry HELENA – The Montana Department of Labor & Industry announced that Montana has begun paying the additional $300 Unemployment Insurance benefit established through the passage of the federal Continued Assistance for Unemployed Workers Act of 2020. ...

Briefs for Jan. 13, 2021

USDA sets application cutoff date   News from USDA BOZEMAN — The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Montana is accepting applications for the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program. While NRCS accepts easement applications on a continuous basis, applications for the next ...


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