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charlie pride's the snakes crawl at night

The Old Charlie Pride Song

It's like the old Charlie Pride tune, "The Snakes Crawl At Night"..or any time of the day for that matter. There's been a warning posted for Cut Bank residents: A rattlesnake has been killed by the Pinetree Apartments

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Th Red Shale Fire burning in mixed fuels.  In the right midground you can see the young lodgepole pine regeneration from the 1988 Gates Park Fire.  In the stream bottoms and in pockets elsewhere, pockets of trees that escaped the Gates Park Fire can be seen. (Mike Munoz,USFS)
Th Red Shale Fire burning in mixed fuels. In the right midground you can see the young lodgepole pine regeneration from the 1988 Gates Park Fire. In the stream bottoms and in pockets elsewhere, pockets of trees that escaped the Gates Park Fire can be seen. (Mike Munoz,USFS)

Red Shale Fire Update (July 30, 2013)

Summary: Notable changes today include changes to the trail closures.  Portions of the East Side Sun River Trail #109 have been closed, and some trails previously closed have been re-opened.  See belo

farm service agency open houses

Time To Put Down Her Labors

It's been one great career for Yvonne Layton over in Chester, & tomorrow, on Wednesday, the Farm Service Agency in Chester will be hosting an open house to CELEBRATE Yvonne's retirement! Tomorrow's open house at the Farm Service Agency will be from 1 until 4 in the afternoon. Pl

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USFS Patch

Red Shale Fire continues to grow within old burn areas in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area


(Choteau, Montana) The lightning-ignited Red Shale Fire was reported on July 18 by Beartop Lookout in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area. The fire has continued

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Extension Minute: Crisp Pickled Veggies

 By Toole Co. Agent Alice Burchak -

The gardens are doing well this year and gardeners will soon turn their thoughts to preserving some of their great produce.  Pickling is option to consider for certain vegetables. Crispness is a

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custom cutters

They’re On Their Way To The Golden Triangle

Those custom cutter guys are harvesting down in Forsyth this week & "Tall" Todd reports that he talked with custom harvester Shawn Johnson who hails from Minnesota. Johnson reports that he had started his harvest in Oklahoma with with 8 machines & that 2 of the 8 had only 16 & 17 hours on them! He said that the crops were TERRIBLE; short & yields were were LOW. Todd said that

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harvest season

It’s Getting Closer & Closer

The custom cutter guys will soon be rolling into our Golden Triangle. I received a report this morning from "Tall" Todd, one of the custom cutter gurus that comes to Montana & he says that they are hoping to finish up down in Denver any time now. To

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montana 4 h

4-H Is The Cornerstone & Foundation

It's been more than an exciting week here in our the Golden Triangle with our 4 County Marias Fair going strong, & 4-H, in my mind, is the biggest part of the fair. Our 4-H reports from the 4 County Marias Fair have been one of the highlights of our broadcast week here at both KSEN & K96 FM. Since

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the big sky

Summer In The Big Sky

It's "Summer under the Big Sky", & farmers markets are in full swing all around our Golden Triangle. The Cut Bank Farmers Market is scheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday) over in Cut Bank City Park. The Cut Bank Farmers Market will be in operation from 4 until 7 o'clock tomorrow night. Ba

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farmers markets

Let’s Go To Market

Farmers markets abound this time of year out here under the Big Sky, & this weekend in north central Montana is certainly no exception! Down In Teton County on Saturday, The Choteau Farmers Market is well stocked up & ready to go. The Ch

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CHS Groundbreaking on a 42,000 Ton Fertilizer Plant Outside Shelby

CUT BANK, MONT., July 9, 2013 – CHS Inc., the nation’s leading farmer-owned cooperative and a global energy grains and foods company, along with the City of Shelby, Toole County and the Port Authority of Northern Montana announced today that CHS broke ground on construction of a 42,000-ton fertilizer plant outside Shelby, Mont

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Ag Research Center Hosts Field Day on Wednesday


Western Triangle Agricultural Research Center, Conrad, Montana

 Wednesday July 10, 2013 

8:00 am REGISTRATION & REFRESHMENTS: Courtesy of Centrol LLC, Brady; Jeff & Joel Farkell 


Dr. Gadi V.P. Reddy, Superintendent, Western Triangle Ag. Research Center, Conrad


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