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UM Hosts International Group of Land Managers for Seminar

MISSOULA – The University of Montana will host two dozen protected-area land managers from around through world Sunday, July 26, while they explore Western Montana as part of the 15th annual International Seminar on Protected Area Management.
Participants in the seminar, sp

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Keep On Mowing

The City of Shelby weed ordinance requires that all vegetation on your  property be kept below 6 inches! IF vegetation is in excess of this, you're in VIOLATION of the ordinance. This ordinance is AVAILABLE on the City of Shelby website (www.shelby.com). Un

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Tomorrow Is The Day

Our Shelby Food & Craft Market kicks off tomorrow afternoon (Thursday) & runs EVERY Thursday through the 17th of September. It's all going to be there...fresh vegetables, baked good, & even crafts! As in previous summers, the Shelby Food & Craft Market goes full tilt down in City Hall Park from 4 o'clock SHARP until 6 on Thursdays. Vendors shoul

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FWP Seeks Comment on Proposed Elk Seasons

Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking public comment on proposed guidelines to establish elk hunting seasons before or after the existing archery and general rifle seasons. The additional seasons, called elk shoulder seasons, would be used where needed to reduce elk populations

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Western Triangle Agricultural Research Center Hosts Field Day Friday.

The Western Triangle Agricultural Research Center in Conrad will host a Field Day for area producers this Friday, July 17, 2015.

Schedule:

8:00am - 8:30am Registration and Refreshment; Courtesy of Centrol LLC
8:30am - 8:45am Welcome and Announcements
Dr. Gadi V.P. Reddy Superintendent,

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Dare To Go To Dutton

In fact, I "Double Dog DARE" you to go down to Dutton today (Saturday) and NOT experience the most fun that you've ever had in your life...since last summer's Dutton Fun Day anyway. That's what happening today down in Dutton as Dutton Fun Day is in full swing again

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Zebra Mussels are small, but they can become a big problem if they become established in Glacier National Park's waterways. All watercraft entering the park are subject to inspection for this and other aquatic invasive species. (NPS Photo)
Zebra Mussels are small, but they can become a big problem if they become established in Glacier National Park's waterways. All watercraft entering the park are subject to inspection for this and other aquatic invasive species. (NPS Photo)
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GNP: Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Prevention Program

WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Glacier National Park continues its boat inspection and permit program this summer as part of an ongoing aquatic invasive species (AIS) prevention program. 

Westward expansion of zebra and quagga mussels, and other aquatic invasive species transported mainly on recreational watercraft, is driving regional water resource managers to adjust existing AIS prevention strategies

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Custom Guys Coming To Conrad

A report came rolling in this morning from Tall Todd, the custom cutter guy & Todd plans to be down in the Conrad area around the 20th of this month! The guys have run into green with only a couple of days of harvest left out in Leoti, Kansas. He

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Another Day At Market

,It's WEDNESDAY(!) & that means the Farmers Market will be going strong this afternoon over in Cut Bank at Cut Bank City Park. Today's Cut Bank Farmers Market gets underway at 3 o'clock SHARP this afternoon & it's another perfect day here in our Golden Triangle for a Farmers Market with partly cloudy skies, 10 to 15 mph winds, & a high temperature of 80 degrees in the Big Sky forecast. Hope you c

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A Whole Lot Of Montana History

There's a ton of Montana history in the book that we're currently reading & enjoying Tuesday evenings up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. Jack Toole, Jeannette Rankin, the Conrad Presbyterian Church, Butte & Browning, Montana too! It seems like everyone & everything is mentioned in this book except Dale Sheldon & who knows...we still have

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Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream book
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What’s Your Favorite Flavor

Back in 2008, the Van Leewens started their ice cream business in Brooklyn with a pair of buttercup yellow ice cream trucks. They did this with a clear mission in mind: to revitalize traditional ice cream making while using only whole, natural ingredients sourced from the finest small producers in the world

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An All Time Great Oldie

Whenever I "spin" the Jay & the Techniques tune, "Apples, Peaches, Punkin' Pie," it reminds me of all the Farmers Markets that take place every summer out here under our Montana Big Sky. There's one happening in Cut Bank this afternoon, & they're stocked to the hilt this week! Today's Cut Bank Farmers Market will be open from 3 o'clock until 6 tonight in Cut Bank City Park. Buy lo

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