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MSGA accepts applications for Young Cattlemen’s Conference

News from the Montana Stockgrowers Association HELENA — Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA) is accepting applications for its Young Cattlemen’s Conference scholarship. The conference will take place May 30 - June 6. Applications are due March 15.  The Young Cattlemen’s Conf...

Department of Revenue reminds property owners of upcoming important deadlines

News from the Dept. of Revenue HELENA – The Montana Department of Revenue would like to remind owners of real and personal property about several important deadlines approaching soon: March 1 Due Date Business and industrial equipment owners need to report their personal property online wi...

Governor convenes first Property Tax Task Force meeting Governor convenes first Property Tax Task Force meeting

News from the office of Governor Gianforte HELENA — Governor Greg Gianforte today convened the first meeting of his Property Tax Task Force at the State Capitol in Helena. “As we, and all Montanans, know too well, property taxes are too high,” Gov. Gianforte said to task force membe...

$10M to be invested in Tribes

News from the Dept. of the Interior WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior recently announced a $10 million investment from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda to upgrade and modernize Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)-owned irrigation projects and power utilities serving Tribal ...

Valley Views

Montanans have always been serious about governing themselves in the way they see fit.  While we have a representative government—i.e. one in which we elect officials to represent, lead and act on our behalf in governing—Montanans have never ceded complete control over our lives, liberty and...

Legislative Notes Legislative Notes

It takes a lot to surprise me anymore when it comes to politics or government. But suing to block funding for special needs kids to get an education that works for them? That’s a new low.  In case you missed the news in January, a lawsuit has been filed seeking to overturn the 2023 Legislature&...

Governor Gianforte defends Youth Health Protection Act

From the office of Governor Gianforte   HELENA — On Feb. 12, Governor Greg Gianforte filed a brief to the Montana Supreme Court to defend the Youth Health Protection Act, reaffirming his commitment to protect children from permanent, life-alerting medical procedures. “Last year, I sig...

Montana Historical Society announces public programs for February Montana Historical Society announces public programs for February

News from the Montana Historical Society HELENA — The Montana Historical Society invites community members of all ages to attend its February public programs, which include lectures, workshops, and a special discussion on the Montana Heritage Center.  On Thursday, Feb. 1, at 6:30 p.m. at t...

Polson author’s new book published Polson author’s new book published

News from Farcountry Press HELENA — Farcountry Press is excited to announce the release of “No Ordinary Journey: Stories of Men on the Overland Trails” by renowned author Mary Barmeyer O’Brien. In this compelling anthology, “No Ordinary Journey” delves into the lives ...

Unclaimed Property Day is back, returning money to Montanans

News from the Dept. of Revenue HELENA — The Montana Department of Revenue is holding approximately $128 million dollars that has yet to be claimed by citizens. Montanans can search for abandoned money or other types of property. The fastest and easiest way to search is online at: MissingMoney.c...


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