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Montana PBS programming returns Jan. 4

From MSU News Service MONTANA — As part of its ongoing efforts to support families and educators during the COVID-19 pandemic, MontanaPBS will continue in 2021 to offer its Learn at Home broadcast curriculum of educational programming and corresponding free digital resources. The new Learn at Home...

Annual university competition food drive starts

MSU News Service and UM News  MONTANA — An off-field competition between Montana State University and the University of Montana to see which school can collect the most donations for its local food bank began Nov. 6. The Can the Griz food drive, as the annual friendly battle is known to Bobca...

MSU receives nearly $300,000 from EPA for study to help divert waste

By Anne Cantrell, MSU News Service Montana State University received nearly $300,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for a study that aims to help reduce food waste and divert it from landfills. With the funds, MSU researchers will partner with the city of Bozeman to study household foo...

Montana wildfire forum to be held Nov. 13

MSU News Service MONTANA — The Osher Lifelong Institute at Montana State University, formerly MSU Wonderlust, will partner with the Bozeman Public Library Foundation to present “Wildfire in Montana: Past, Present and Future” for a Friday Forum. The event will take place noon to 1:30 p....

Researchers harness computer science for treating opioid addiction

MONTANA — Augmented reality, in which digital data is blended with sensory experience via a special headset or similar technology, has been used to train surgeons, to help fighter pilots navigate and to entertain the masses with video games like Pokémon Go. Now, researchers at Montana State Univ...

Critical MT infrastructure projects begin Critical MT infrastructure projects begin

News from the office of Governor Bullock MONTANA — “We are making long-term investments in urban and rural communities across Montana that bring quality jobs to the area and make critical updates that will sustain economic growth,” Governor Bullock said. “These projects are makin...

COVID-19 testing helps trace, contain the virus

LAKE COUNTY – As Montana’s number of COVID-19 cases declines from early-July highs, questions about how and when to be tested for the virus remain. Lake County Public Health nurse Leigh Estvold shed light on some common concerns about testing. People who have symptoms, like cough, fever or sho...

Briefs for July 29, 2020

MSU announces partnership to expand COVID-19 surveillance testing  News from the office of the Governor MONTANA – The state will soon be able to expand surveillance COVID-19 testing for critical front-line health care personnel, essential workers and other groups thanks to a partnership ...

Polson student selected for scholars program Polson student selected for scholars program

News from MSU POLSON – Juliana Marengo, a 2020 graduate of Polson High School, has been selected for the MSU Hilleman Scholars Program.   The Hilleman Scholars Program is named after Dr. Maurice Hilleman, a graduate of MSU, who is credited with saving the lives of millions through his work...

Now is a good time to review property titles

MSU News Service, MSU Extension MONTANA – Montana State University Extension educators say it is important for people to understand how titling personal property that is owned in joint tenancy with right of survivorship could have unintended consequences. MSU Extension family economics speciali...


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