Near record high temperatures are expected across Northcentral Montana today. Highs are expected to be in the mid- to upper-80's for many locations. Here are the official record high temperatures for May 15 across the Golden Triangle and Hi-Line ar
To whoever it was that declared May 15th National Chocolate Chip Day, a great big gooey Thank You!
We can thank Ruth Graves Wakefield for accidentally inventing chocolate chips...or chocolate morsels as Nestles' prefers to call them...in 1937. It was Mrs Wakefield who ran the Toll House Inn and who, when she discovered she had no baker's chocolate for a batch of her famous Butter Drop Do Cookies, grabbed a Nestle's Semi-Sweet chocolate bar (a gift from Andrew Nestle himself) and crumbled it into the cookie dough.
John Philip Sousa composed his most famous march on Christmas Day 1896, and it was first performed in public on May 14, 1897 in Phadelphia. It was such a hit with Americans that Congress declared it the National March of the United States.
Every Spring road crews spend weeks plowing snow from Going To The Sun Road. We can usually count on at least a couple of set-backs due to storms before the weather warms enough to let the famous road remain
Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced its publication of the final Comprehensive Conservation Plan (CCP) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge and UL Bend National Wildlife Refuge.
“This conservation plan will guide the long-term management for what we consider one of the crown jewels of the National Wildlife Refuge System,” said Steve Guertin, Director of the Service’s Mountain-Prairie Region. “Our goal is to preserve the integrity and beauty of the refuge which is home to the native prairies, the high cliffs of the Missouri Breaks, and the colorful badlands captured by the famous Montana cowboy artist Charlie Russell for whom the refuge was named.”
A few years ago, Iran's official news agency was "busted" for using a blatantly....and badly...edited photo to accompany a story about a missile test launch, so it shouldn't surprise anyone that this photo, released by the same service last Friday, was closely inspected.
Not that the amateurish cut-and-paste job on the missiles would fool anyone, but there's an
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