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Severe Weather Awareness Week – Part 1

It’s springtime in Montana and that means our thunderstorm season and the chances for severe weather will be increasing in the weeks to come.   As we have seen in recent years, Montana thunderstorms can produce strong tornadoes along with damaging winds and hail, threatening lives and causing significant property damage.  Plan now so you can act quickly when the next round of severe weather threatens.

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Egging Us On

Here it is, Good Friday and Easter weekend has finally arrived with a little bit of "weather". Hopefully we will all take time to remember the real and true meaning of Easter. Talk about miracles! Hopefully most of us will celebrate this true miracle this weekend

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(David Restivo, NPS)
(David Restivo, NPS)
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Annual Spring Snow Plowing Begins in Park

Glacier National Park road crews have initiated spring snow plowing operations on the park’s roads, including the 50-mile Going-to-the-Sun Road.

Snow levels at high elevations across the park are currently above average for this time of year

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Newly Planted Grass
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It’s Lawn and Garden Month!

April is Lawn and Garden Month, time to get out there and get the lawn back into shape.  I just heard an ad from one of our local hardware stores that said it's time to get the fertilizer on the lawn

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(Flickr User katsrcool)
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Still Rockin’ Out In The Bakken

Earlier today, I had a chance to view the rig count out in North Dakota and it seems to have leveled off significantly in the past couple of weeks, hovering in the neighborhood of 205 active drilling rigs

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Walk Don’t Run

It's reminds me of the old Ventures song, "Walk Don't Run" that I spin on my Puffman radio show occasionally. It's the Shelby School District Safe Route to School Walking and Biking Program getting underway again this spring season this Wednesday (April 4th) at the Shelby Middle School, the Shelby Civic Center and the intersection of Sheridan and Oilfield Avenue

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Rust Never Sleeps

I had a chance to read some reports this morning (Friday) on crop conditions in the south (Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas) and I noted one comment out of Kansas that said that "the crops look good, but are really early"

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(Flickr User mufan96)
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Easter in the Golden Triangle

Yesterday I blogged about spring REALLY being here. Well, guess what? Easter is one week from this Sunday and what a special time of the year. A time of rebirth, renewal, new life, and pretty spring fashions

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(Flickr User Dvortygirl)
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I Know That It’s Spring

No doubt about it. I know that it's spring and one way I know for sure is when the lenten lunches are taking place here in Shelby. Easter Sunday is only one week away (the Sunday after THIS Sunday) and St

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(Flickr User K.Kendall)
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Ostara (Vernal Equinox) Is Upon Us…And It’s Early!

It's Spring! It may not entirely feel like spring today, at least not yet. It's been an unseasonably warm winter, especially for those people living East of the Mississippi, but it's early too. The vernal equinox (defined as the "moment when the sun arrives at one of two intersection points of the ecliptic and the celestial equator, this point is located in eastern Pisces) arrived one day earlier than normal this year on March 20

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Bound like grass
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A Sorryful Saga

You may recall that I've done several Puffman Blogs on Ruth McLaughlin's "Memoir from the Western High Plains".That is to say that ruthless Ruth grew up AND lived near Culbertson in eastern Montana. The book is "Bound Like Grass" and this is one powerful tome and one of the best I've ever read

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(Flickr User gatowlion)
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Down there in the south 40

It's Ag Appreciation month and I'm gearing up to follow the custom cutters again this year. I understand that conditions "down south" have really "gone south"! A week or so of mid 80 degree temperatures, coupled with 30 to 35 mile per hour winds have literally stressed the Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas crops, causing visible blue circles (not to be confused with crop circles) and shriveled leaves in the fields

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