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Sports Shorts for Nov. 9, 2022 Sports Shorts for Nov. 9, 2022

Football Mission ST IGNATIUS — The Mission Bulldogs hosted the Ennis Mustangs in the second round of the Montana Class C-8 playoffs on Nov. 5, winning 36-27. Ennis scored three times in the first quarter to lead the Bulldogs 20-0. Quarterback Kellen McClure opened the scoring for the Bulldogs...

League of Women Voters hosts webinar on MT climate extremes

News from the League of Women Voters HELENA — The League of Women Voters Montana is hosting a free public webinar “Climate Extremes in Montana: Stories of Change and Resilience” on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m., featuring climate specialists from the Montana Climate Office and (CSKT). T...

Montana Health Care Leaders: Providers shouldn’t be jailed for providing compassionate medical care

News from Montana Medical Association HELENA — The Montana Medical Association today was joined by the Montana Nurses Association, Montana Hospital Association and the Montana Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics in the Montana Capitol Rotunda to ask Montana voters to vote no on ballot in...

Secretary of State targets nonprofits that won voting rights lawsuit

News from Upper Seven Law  HELENA — On Thursday, Oct. 27, the Commissioner of Political Practices dismissed three complaints that Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen filed against nonprofit organizations that had recently prevailed in a voting rights lawsuit against her Office. The complaints...

U.S. Attorney announces election officer for general election

News from the U.S. Attorney’s Office HELENA — United States Attorney Jesse Laslovich announced that Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) John Newman will lead the efforts of his office in connection with the Justice Department’s nationwide Election Day Program for the upcoming Nov. ...

MT Supreme Court affirms decision enjoining restrictive voting laws

News from Rylee Sommers-Flanagan, Upper Seven Law   HELENA — The Montana Supreme Court has upheld an earlier ruling prohibiting Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen from enforcing several election-related bills enacted last year, including House Bill 176, which eliminated election day ...

Officials remind requirement for online course, in-person field day

News from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks HELENA — There are only two remaining trapper education field days left this year before trapping season for most species begins on Nov. 1. As a reminder, to purchase a Montana resident trapping license, trappers must complete the Montana Trapper Educa...

First Lady Gianforte encourages young Montanans in STEM, reading First Lady Gianforte encourages young Montanans in STEM, reading

News from the office of Governor Gianforte HELENA — Advancing her initiatives as Montana’s first lady, Susan Gianforte recently traveled to Kalispell and Townsend to recognize the exceptional work of Montanans promoting Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education and b...

Shatterproof holds ‘Rise Up Against Addiction’ Walk Shatterproof  holds ‘Rise Up Against Addiction’ Walk

News and Photo from Laurine Wolf, Volunteer Ambassador, Shatterproof HELENA — This fall, show your support for those in recovery from a substance use disorder (SUD), still struggling with a SUD and honor those who have lost their lives to this disease by participating in the Montana Rise Up Agains...

Elk management recommendations released for comment

News from MT Fish, Wildlife & Parks HELENA — The suite of recommendations developed by the Elk Management Citizen Advisory Group are available for public review and comment. The group was organized this past spring by FWP director Hank Worsech to develop recommendations on elk management is...


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