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Briefs for March 14, 2018

Elks present Ray Lozano RONAN/POLSON — Mission Valley Elks Lodge #1695 through the use of a National Elks Foundation grant will host Ray Lozano, who travels nationally for the Elks talking about drugs and alcohol. Ray has educated and entertained thousands of students in hundreds of schools from A...

Hunter education classes offered

News from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks KALISPELL - Free hunter education classes are available across northwest Montana. Registration is open for hunter education courses in several communities, including Arlee, Hot Springs, Plains. Courses are open to registration online at fwp.mt.gov/education/...

Classes introduce students to outdoor activities

Each year people look forward to joining family or friends in the great outdoors. Some come together through hunting, fishing, hiking, viewing birds and other wildlife, photography, harvesting berries and mushrooms. Then there are some who enjoy solitude outdoors. There are endless activities to undertake in...

Ducks Unlimited to auction off rare moose permit

News from Ducks Unlimited HELENA – Anyone wanting to hunt a Montana Shiras moose state-wide in 2018 will need to participate in a special auction this spring. On March 2, the Helena Ducks Unlimited chapter, on behalf of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (MFWP), will auction a Montana Shiras moose l...

Hunting dates, rules to be discussed

News from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks KALISPELL – In January, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is hosting four public meetings across northwest Montana to share information and gather input on tentative hunting season dates and rules for the next two years. The statewide proposals are avai...

Ronan Post 138 congratulates bow winner Ronan Post 138 congratulates bow winner

News from American Legion Post 138 RONAN — On Veterans Day the Ronan Post 138 held a drawing for a Dan Toelke custom bow and the winner was Tom Leafty of Ronan. Tom is a 15-year member of the American Legion, the Post Chaplain and American Legion Boys State Chairman. Tom is also the Spanish teache...

Apprentice hunter program open to youth, mentors

News from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Montana’s general deer and elk season opened Oct. 21. If you want to expose a young person to hunting and mentor that person through their first hunt, now is a good time to consider signing them up for the Apprentice Hunter program. With that, it’...

Target shooters, hunters should take precautions to avoid starting fires

News from CSKT Division of Fire The CS&KT Division of Fire reminds the public to be safe when hunting and target shooting by being aware of dry grasses and wildfire safety. Hunters or target shooters can accidentally spark a wildfire. Follow these simple guidelines: - Avoid shooting into rocks...

Increased predation, housing developments affect grassland bird populations

News from CSKT Natural Resources Pheasant and migratory waterfowl hunters on the Flathead Indian Reservation faced a wide variety of weather conditions while hunting on the opening day of pheasant hunting season on Saturday,  Oct. 7.  After a good opening day for waterfowl hunting a week earli...

Montana-made film coming to Polson

POLSON — “A tense survival saga and disarmingly moving father-son tale.”  Those words describe “Walking Out,” a one-hour, 35-minute film set in the mountains of western Montana.  Brothers Alex and Andrew Smith, who were born in England but raised on a ranch in we...


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