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MHP To Step Up Patrols Over Labor Day Weekend

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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Elbow Pass Fire COmplex Map 8-9-12 (NRWFMT)

Elbow Pass Fire Complex Update- Aug. 9, 2012

Here is the latest information on the Elbow Pass Complex of wildfires:

Fire Facts:

Date Detected: July 12 (Elbow Pass), July 28 (Triple Divide), July 29 (Rapid Creek) July 31 (Bar)

Location: Rocky Mountain Ranger District, Lewis & Clark National Forest Service                                                                             

Aircraft: Helicopters 3 large, 1 medium, 1 small                                                                         

  Personnel: 114

Acreage: 16,718                                       

 Percent Contained: 0%                                                 

 Cause: Lightning


Objectives:  To keep fire from moving further into the Benchmark Corridor,  to continue structure protection on Danaher & Basin Cabins, and  to have the fire crews ready to support the Forest as requested for initial attack (IA).

Planned events for today:  Crews will be flown into Green Fork Cabin and Patrol Ridge for mop up operations. Monitoring for division fire spread and r

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(Olle Svensson/flickr)

MSU Extension Workshop: 6 Healthy Ways to Preserve Apples

5:30 p.m., September 4th Conrad Location TBATopics: 

5:30 p.m., September 6th Shelby Location TBA

Preserving Apples: Jelly, Sauce, Drying, Pie Filling,Fruit Leather, and Freezing Apples 


Recommended research-based recipes and resources

Workshop consists of three stations.


RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2012 (Karen Roe/flickr)

A Garden Fair for Friends to Share

Conrad Garden Club

invites you to a community


Saturday    August  11

9am to 6pm    Moose Lodge on Main


Bring Your Garden Bounty to Show Off

Make and Take Flower Arrangement Workshop   

 People’s Choice Awards    Educational Displays


    9 am-noon    Bring your bounty -enter your homegrown cut

                                        flowers, vegetables, planters and houseplants

    Noon-4pm    Make and Take Flower arranging workshop

                                        Registration fee:    $5.oo to participate;

                                                                        free  to observe

    1 pm-4 pm   Cast your vote for the People’s Choice Awards

    1 pm-6


Teton Co. 4-H Members Sweep Competition at Centennial Congress

The Teton County 4-H delegation to 4-H Congress celebrated the 100 year anniversary of Montana 4-H July 10-13 on the MSU Bozeman campus.  Teton County took delegates in four contest areas:  livestock evaluation, quilting, fashion revue and demonstration

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