If you want to impress your co-workers mention that this Friday will be a “blue moon”, but don’t be surprised if the office know-it-all begs to differ. Turns out there are two definitions for this lunar rarity, and according to earthsky
Another lightning-caused for has been reported in the northern Rocky Mountains, bringing to eight the number of fires we’re keeping a smoke-irritated eye on. The Stonewall Fire is listed at 20 acres, and is burning north of Lincoln
The Elbow Pass Complex is currently 19,934 acres; approximately 16,108 acres has burned on the Lewis & Clark National Forest, 3,340 acres on the Flathead National Forest, and 485 acres on the Lolo National Forest. Ad
Pesticide users in this area have an opportunity again this year to dispose of any unwanted, out of date, or unknown pesticides through the Mt. Dept. of Ag 2012 Waste Pesticide Collection Program. In order to participate, the MDA Participant Pre-Registration form needs to be completed by Friday, August 31
The Elbow Pass Complex, a cluster of five lightning-caused wildfires, continues to burn on the Lewis and Clark National Forest and Bob Marshall Wilderness, about 25mi west of Augusta. Other fires are burning on the Lolo and Flathead National Forests
The Elbow Pass Complex, a group of five lightning-caused fires that have been burning on the Lewis & Clark and Lolo National Forests and in the Bob Marshall Wilderness west of Augusta, continue to grow very slowly, now totaling 19,752 acres. He
Here is the latest update on the Elbow Pass Complex fires west of Augusta, and related trail closures:
Elbow Pass Complex Rocky Mountain Ranger District, Lewis and Clark National Forest, 19,712 Acres - The Elbow Pass Complex is comprised of five different lightning ignitions from July 12 through July 31. These four fire
I don't know who declared August 20th National Radio Day, but I'm not going to argue. Today is the day to celebrate a communications medium that most people rely on daily for news, information and entertainment
August 16, 2012 — Helena, Mont. — The Montana Department of Transportation encourages all Montanans to not only think about the safety of themselves but also about the safety of others while traveling on Montana roads.During the ming National Labor Day Campaign from August 20 – September 3, Montana law enforcement agencies will increase patrols to help keep roads, drivers, families and tourists safe by reminding motorists that driving impaired and not buckling up increases the risks of traveling.
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