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Tester introduces bill to protect rural postal service

News from the office of Senator Tester  U.S. SENATE — In response to the United States Postal Service (USPS) finalizing the decision to relocate Missoula’s Processing and Distribution Center (P&DC) outgoing processing operations to Spokane, Washington, on May 2, U.S. Senator Jon Tes...

 Legislative Notes  Legislative Notes

A recent University of Montana survey confirms what legislators have been hearing from our constituents: Montanans are seriously concerned about several issues that they say are negatively impacting quality of life.  Among the findings, 90% think that urban sprawl eating up open lands is a problem, 8...

Foundation for Montana History awards grant to Ninepipes Museum Foundation for Montana History awards grant to Ninepipes Museum

News from the Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana NINEPIPES — Ninepipes Museum is pleased to announce it was recently awarded a grant through the foundation for Montana History. The project involves recording the stories of the collection through the people of the Flathead Reservation in collabor...

Tragedy in Oklahoma highlights need for safe, supervised visitation space Tragedy in Oklahoma highlights need for safe,  supervised visitation space

News from Aaron Fulwiler, CASA of Lake & Sanders County LAKE/SANDERS COUNTIES — CASA of Lake and Sanders Counties extends heartfelt condolences to the families affected by the recent tragedy in Kansas and Oklahoma, underscoring the critical importance of safe supervised visitation spaces for c...

DPHHS officials encourage safe handling of live poultry

News from DPHHS MONTANA — Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) epidemiologist Rachel Hinnenkamp said that while raising backyard birds has become an increasingly popular activity in the state, there are health risks to be aware of. She said live poultry can carry germs such as...

Valley Views

We Montanans are passionate about wildlife. Doesn’t matter whether you hunt them, photograph them, hike to where you need binoculars just to see them as teeny dots, or just want to know they’re there - our home is special in large part because we share it with cool critters. We’ve heard ...

Minds on Mountains conference held at MSU Minds on Mountains conference held at MSU

MSU News Service BOZEMAN — Prominent voices from the mountaineering realm will keynote the second annual Minds on Mountains Conference sponsored by Montana State University’s College of Letters and Science on April 25–26. The event, which is organized by the Mountains Working Group ...

Governor reminds students to apply for FAFSA

News from the office of Governor Gianforte HELENA — Governor Greg Gianforte recently urged high school seniors in Montana to continue to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), despite issues resulting from the U.S. Department of Education’s delay in launching the 2024...

DPHHS hosts Disability Employment Conference

News from DPHHS GREAT FALLS — The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) is hosting a Disability Employment Conference May 14-16 at the Great Falls College Heritage Hall.  “This conference will provide Montana businesses with information related to the value of hiring...

Young man’s legacy of connection lives on through organ donation Young man’s legacy of connection lives on through organ donation

News from About LifeCenter Northwest HELENA — Carter Herne, 25, renewed his organ donor registration only a week prior to the tragic motorcycle accident that took his life. His family honored his donation decision, and he left Earth a hero, saving five lives through the donation of his heart, live...


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