Bozeman, MT, September 11, 2013— September 11 is a good day to remind Montanans that every household needs to be prepared for major emergencies. Disasters can strike quickly and often without warning. During National Preparedness Month, American Red Cross of Montana invites families to get ready for
The MSU Teton County Extension Office plans to offer the StrongPeople strength training class in Fairfield at the Senior Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Classes will start the end of September and run through mid-December.
The following information is from the U.S.Forest Service:
The fire perimeter remains within the 1988 Gates Park Fire perimeter. It is working its way up Frazier Creek and Route Creek where it crossed to the east of the North Fork Sun River in the Bob Marshall Wilderness
The following information is from Wendy Wedum, Pondera Co. Agent for the MSU Extension Service:
Canning is an important, safe method of food preservation if practiced properly. There are two safe ways to can, depending on the type of food being canned. First is the boiling water canning or hot water bath and
Current Activities: An infrared flight conducted Tuesday night now estimates the fire at 9,342 acres with some hot spots and fire activity on the north end, south west of Rabbit Butte. Warmer and dryer weath
The MSU Extension Buy.Eat.Live Better website has numerous resources to help families plan ahead, resources for easy recipes, and staying active. There are also links to the MyPlate and dietary guidelines along with numerous recipes and great newsletters (with links below)
The Montana Dept. of Labor and Industry is looking to Montana citizens to help develop a plan to improve the climate for business development and job creation in Montana, through the Main Street Montana Project. During the month of August, y
The North Montana Angus Association is excited to host the 2013 Montana Angus Tour September 17-19. The event will be head quartered in Great Falls, MT and will showcase Angus breeders and Angus operators throughout North Central Montana
Fire Activity: The Red Shale Fire was reported by the Beartop Lookout at 4:30 p.m. on July 18, as a small amount of white smoke rising from an area where lightning strikes had been observed the night before.
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