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Articles with the Tag: Montana

West Nile confirmed in three counties

News from DPHHS  State and local public health officials are reporting the season’s first West Nile Virus detections with three counties confirming positive mosquito samples. Cascade, Sheridan and Yellowstone counties have all had a positive mosquito sample for WNV. To date, no cases of WN...

Wasting disease meeting to be held in Polson

News from CSKT Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a chronic wasting disease public information meeting in Polson on Wednesday, Aug. 21, at Kwataqnuk Resort beginning at 6 p.m.   This meeting is one of seven public meetings scheduled to take place in Northwest Montana (see fwp.mt.gov/ne...

Local schools get infrastructure improvements Local schools get infrastructure improvements

LAKE COUNTY – While the kids are on summer vacation, local schools have been bustling with projects to improve school infrastructure. Ronan students can look forward to a freshly paved high school parking lot and a new floor in the Pablo Elementary School gym. Most of the lighting in the school dist...

Montana high school students eligible for $10,000 scholarship

News from the Montana Office of Public Instruction  The United States Senate Youth Program and Montana Office of Public Instruction are pleased to announce that Montana high school juniors and seniors are eligible for a $10,000 college scholarship and all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C to tou...

Whether you fish or float, take care of Montana’s fishing access sites

News from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks MONTANA – Montana’s fishing access sites accommodate roughly 3.9 million visits from people every year. These visits happen on about 330 fishing access sites across the state that vary in size from less than one acre to several hundred acres. The...

Montana State Parks announces 2020 season

News from Montana State Parks    MONTANA – Montana State Parks announced that the 2020 summer reservation season will be open on Nov. 15. The summer reservation season runs from the third Friday in May through the third Sunday in September and campsites may be booked up to six months in...

Study reveals Montana media usage

News from UM News Service MONTANA – Montanans are increasing their news consumption and trust local news over national news sources, according to a new study by the Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of Montana. Sponsored by the Greater Montana Foundation, the 2019 News ...

Nonprofit hires new co-executive director

News from Alternative Energy Resources Organization   MONTANA – The Alternative Energy Resources Organization announced that Lindsay Ganong is joining their staff as a new co-executive director. Ganong is a proven leader in diverse settings and brings unique skills to AERO, where she will be ...

Beargrass and yucca: two signature Montana plants Beargrass and yucca: two signature Montana plants

News from the University of Montana  MONTANA – Two particular flowering plants are the toast of late spring and summer in Montana. In the mountain forests and openings of northwestern Montana, beargrass – the official flower of Glacier National Park – struts its stuff along roads ...

St. Ignatius man questions Governor on climate change

Avery Old Coyote delivered a hard-hitting question during a live Facebook town hall that Governor Steve Bullock held concerning the state of Montana’s approach to climate change. During the meeting, Bullock also announced the creation of an executive order focused on climate change.   “My...


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