On June 18, 1812, the Congress of the United States declared war on Great Britain. The war gave America a few new heroes - Andrew Jackson and Dolly Madison, to name just two - a poem that would become our national ant
Sciences and Plant Pathology has issued an Ag Alert concerning Stripe Rust, which has been confirmed in fields in Chouteau County. So far, it's at relatively low levels, and only in susceptible wheat varieties, but producers are advised to watch your fields
Area residents that are interested in developing a gravel pit on their property are invited to attend a workshop related to the Opencut permitting process on Tuesday, June 19th in Conrad. This 5 hour hands on workshop will start with registration at 9:30 am at Joe’s Steakhouse located at 402 S Main. The work
The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) reminds property owners there are three threats to a building during a wildfire: windborne embers (also known as firebrands), direct flame contact and radiant heat. Property owners should evaluate and work to reduce the risk from all of these potential threats.
Montana 4-H celebrates 100 years in 2012! In Teton County, we are celebrating the past, present and possibilities at the Teton County 4-H Fair held in Choteau at the Pavilion and Weatherbeater Arena Wednesday, June 20 through Saturday, June 23. On tap this year at the fair, we have over 1000 exhibits by area 4-H members that will be judged and displayed. We also have 25 beef,
(COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT.) – The Glacier National Park Fund (GNPF) is pleased to announce that Roundup For Safety supported by Flathead Electric has recently made a grant to the Fund to support the purchase of a military grade, high-tech night vision monocular for Glacier National Park.
Each Friday during the summer, the Glacier National Park Fund invites you to take a hike in Glacier National Park! This week's hike (June 8) is the South Boundary Trail, which begins at the Old Belton Bridge (pictured) at West Glacier and runs 19.9 miles to the Izaak Walton Ranger Station at Essex. Click HERE for more information, including t
I don't know who proclaimed June 7th National Ice Cream Day, but I second the motion! Of course, the best way to celebrate would be to dig into a triple-scoop serving of Baskin-Robbins Rocky Road ice cream. Since that's not an option around here, I'll just take myself to the Dash Inn after work for one of their to-die-for
Call it a grass roots economic stimulus, because that's exactly what it is. Groups of ordinary citizens gather at an appointed time, each with $20 in hand, and a commitment to spend that cash in one luck
One of the few downsides of living in Montana is the fact that we live so close to so many wonderful places that we sometimes forget to enjoy them ourselves. Be honest- how many times have you heard of an attraction that's within a day's drive and said "Someday
WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Glacier National Park snow plowing crews continue to clear the Going-to-the-Sun Road after recent spring storms brought a minimum of 16 new inches of snow, lots of rain, wind and fog in the past week. Plowing was slowed, and in some cases stopped last week, due to inclement weather including blowing snow and low visibilit
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