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Go Wolves & Bulldogs

The Cut Bank Wolves boys basketball team is going to be hosting a Food Drive for the local food pantry this Saturday night. It's the Wolves home game against the Choteau Bulldogs on Saturday night...

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Hooked On A Feeling

The Valier Area Development Corporation will be presenting their 2017 Ice Fishing Derby this coming Saturday down in Valier.. The hooks will be in the water from 8 o'clock SHARP Saturday morning until 3 in the afternoon...

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Saturday is Winter Trails Day in the Flathead Nat’l Forest

KALISPELL, MTJanuary 11, 2017 – The Flathead Community of Resource Educators (CORE), a network of individuals and organizations working together to increase awareness and understanding about the natural, historical and cultural resources of the Flathead Region, is celebrating Winter Trails Day on Saturday, January 14 with several free outdoor activities...

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Josephine Hale (American, 1889-1949), Untitled (Missouri River), undated. Oil on canvas on panel, 9 by 11inches. MMAC Permanent Collection. Gift of Vivian Ellis and Fran Walton. (UM Photo)
Josephine Hale (American, 1889-1949), Untitled (Missouri River), undated. Oil on canvas on panel, 9 by 11inches. MMAC Permanent Collection. Gift of Vivian Ellis and Fran Walton. (UM Photo)
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UM’s MMAC Provides Uncommon Opportunity to Celebrate Montana Women Artists

 MISSOULA – Later this month, the Montana Museum of Art & Culture at the University of Montana will open a special exhibition focused on pioneering women artists who came to Montana at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century, and significantly contributed to the aesthetic and cultural milieu of the state.

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Athletes of the Week

KSEN/K96 Bozeman Trophy athletes were at the top of their game this past weekend and, in fact, have been all season long.

Our male athlete of the week has two tournament victories under his belt now and will be looking for a third at the Choteau Classic this weekend. Senior, Ben Rauscher waltzed through the Cut Bank Invitational at 170 pounds, pinning every opponent on his way to the title. He wrestled to a fourth-place finish at the prestigious CMR Holiday Classic and has now improved his record to 20 and 5. Ben has been a top wrestler throughout his high school career, making it to the state championship match at 152 as a sophomore and again as a junior at 160 pounds last year. Both of those matches came down to the wire before Rauscher lost to two other talented local wrestlers...Jared Vandenbos of Cut Bank in 2014 and Tanner Stone of Choteau last year. Wrestling at 170 pounds this year, of course, the goal is to take his season just one step further.

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Dough Cee Dough

Get ready to SWING your partners, partner! Western Dance lessons are going to be offered EVERY Thursday during the month of February. You can be cutting the rug & tripping the light fantastic next month every Thursday night from 7 until 8:30! Pl...

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MT Legislature – Hearings Schedule for Week of Jan 11-13

The following hearings are being held this week at the state legislature. To listen in on the proceedings, click HERE.

Wednesday – January 11 – Legislative Day 8

Senate Business, Labor, and Economic Affairs – Room 422, 8am

SB68 – Revise wholesale drug distribution license through Board of Pharmacy (Dick Barrett)

Senate Judiciary – Room 303, 10am

SB81 – Generally revise coroner laws (Nels Swandal)

SB90 – Remove mandatory jail for driving on suspended or revoked license (Nels Swaldal)

Senate Local Government – Room 405, 3pm

SB79 – Revise laws regarding rural improvement districts for road maintenance (Steve Fitzpatrick)

 Senate Natural Resources – Room 303, 3pm

SB15 – Revise collection of payment for historic rights of way (Jill Cohenour)

SB18 – Establish wildfire fuel reduction funding process (Pat Connell)

Senate State Administration – Room 335, 3pm

SB87 – Revise campaign finance report laws (Keith Regier)

 House Business and Labor – Room 172, 8:30am

HB80 – General revise laws on secretary of state’s business services (Willis Curdy)

HB106 – Provide registration authority for appraisal management companies (Tom Jacobson)

HB114 – Prohibit the sale or trade of cultural patrimony and sacred objects (George Kipp)

HB122 – Revise Board of Realty Regulation (Casey Schreiner)

HB197 – Generally revise board of real estate appraisers terms of service (Tom Jacobson)

House Education – Room 137, 3pm

HB167 – Encourage school-community partnerships for arts education (Jeremy Trebas)

HB191 – Provide inflationary increase for ANB funding (Seth Berglee)

House Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations – Room 472, 3pm

HB189 – Eliminate certain automatic utility rate adjustments (Daniel Zolnikov)

HB193 – Revise utility electric cost recovery (Tom Woods)

House Human Services – Room 152, 3pm

HB95 – Increasing access to behavioral health care (Gordon Pierson)

HB121 – Remove sunset on patient-centered medical homes (Amanda Curtis)

 House Joint Appropriations Subcommittee on General Government – Room 350, 8am

HB2 – General Appropriations Act (Nancy Ballance) (Department of Administration – Health Care & Benefits Division; Risk Management and Tort Division)

House Joint Appropriations Subcommittee on Health and Human Services – Room 102, 8am

HB2 – General Appropriations Act (Nancy Ballance) (AMDD – Chemical dependency and mental health services)

House Joint Appropriations Subcommittee on Natural Resources and Transportation – Room 317C, 8:30am

HB2 – General Appropriations Act (Nancy Ballance) (Department of Transportation)

House Joint Appropriations/Finance and Claims Subcommittee on Judicial Branch, Law Enforcement and Justice – Room 317A, 8am

HB2 – General Appropriations Act (Nancy Ballance) – Department of Justice

House Judiciary – Room 137, 8am

HB111 – Revising laws related to minor in possession data (Ryan Lynch)

HB129 – Revising laws related to privacy in communications (Ellie Hill Smith)

HB181 – Establish requirements for police dogs (Forrest Mandeville)

House Natural Resources – Room 172, 3pm

HB53 – Repeal assessment computation statute for conservation districts (Zach Brown)

HB54 – Revise water right abandonment laws to account for drought plans (Zach Brown)

HB78 – Revise temporary water right lease laws (Ryan Lynch)

House State Administration – Room 455, 9am

HB67 – Generally revise Teachers’ Retirement System (Marilyn Ryan)

HB68 – Revise university system retirement plan participation requirements (Marilyn Ryan)

HB72 – Increase university system supplemental contribution to TRS (Ryan Lynch)

HB159 – Designate Shelby veterans’ memorial (Rob Cook)

House Taxation – Room 152, 8am

HB43 – Authorize informal review deadline for second year property reappraisal cycle (Dave Fern)

HB47 – Revise tax laws to adopt federal regulations for partnerships (Zach Brown)

HB63 – Require withholding annual returns, W2s, and 1099s to be filed earlier (Jim Hamilton)

HB115 – Revise agricultural implements and machinery appraisal laws (George Kipp)

House Transportation – Room 455, 3pm

HB92 – Allow for alternative contracting process for the department of transportation (Frank Garner)

HB170 – Reducing vehicle fees for seniors (Jeremy Trebas)

HB174 – Revising vehicle requirements for the use of headlamps and tail lamps (Barry Usher)

Thursday – January 12 – Legislative Day 9

Senate Agriculture, Livestock, and Irrigation – Room 335, 3pm

SB73 – Revise laws related to livestock loss (Pat Connell)

 Senate Business, Labor, and Economic Affairs – Room 422, 8am

SB80 – Revise dental auxiliary laws (Steve Fitzpatrick)

SB89 – Generally revise automobile franchise laws (Gordon Vance)

Senate Energy and Telecommunications – Room 317, 3pm

SJ2 – Study of renewable energy credits in Montana (Pat Connell)

SB32 – Repeal community renewable energy project requirements (Keith Regier)

Senate Finance and Claims – Room 317, 1:30pm – Hearing will begin at 1:30 pm or upon the adjournment of the Senate Floor Session

SB57 – Clarify highway patrol funding sources and increase certain registration fees (Mark Blasdel)

 Senate Fish and Game – Room 422, 3pm

SB74 – Authorize FWP commission to require barbless hooks in catch-and-release waters (Pat Connell)

SB91 – Clarify what constitutes as shooting from a vehicle for hunting purposes (Jedediah Hinkle)

 Senate Judiciary – Room 303, 10am

SB9 – Provide for primary enforcement of seatbelt laws (Dick Barrett)

Senate Taxation – Room 405, 9am

SB53 – Repeal biodiesel production incentive (Llew Jones)

SB85 – Submitting a 6-mill levy for support of the Montana University System to voters (Mary Moe)

 House Agriculture – Room 137, 3pm

HB157 – Removing restrictions on possession of domestically-bred foxes (Forrest Mandeville)

HB158 – Revise commercial fertilizer assessment laws (Rob Cook)

 House Appropriations – Room 102, 3pm

HB203 – Provide supplemental funding to department of transportation (Greg Hertz)

 House Business and Labor – Room 172, 8:30am

HB120 – Revise insurance laws pertaining to NAIC accreditation (Jacob Bachmeier)

HB127 – Provide phased-in revisions for pump dispenser, meter testing (Ray Shaw)

HB145 – Adopt NAIC model legislation regarding Annuities (Zach Brown)

 House Fish, Wildlife and Parks – Room 152, 3pm

HB97 – Increase block management landowner payment cap (Denley Loge)

HB164 – Revise distribution of base hunting license revenue (Kelly Flynn)

 House Joint Appropriations Subcommittee on General Government – Room 350, 8am

HB2 – General Appropriations Act (Nancy Ballance) (Legislative Audit Division fixed costs; Inflation/Deflation)

 House Joint Appropriations Subcommittee on Health and Human Services – Room 102, 8am

HB2 – General Appropriations Act (Nancy Ballance) (Medicaid and Health Services Administration, Health Resources Division)

House Joint Appropriations/Finance and Claims Subcommittee Long-Range Planning – Room 317B, 8:30am

HB6 – Renewable resource grants (Jim Keane

HB7 – Reclamation and development grants (Jim Keane)

HB8 – Renewable resource bonds and loans (Jim Keane)

House Joint Appropriations Subcommittee on Natural Resources and Transportation – Room 317C, 8:30am

HB2 – General Appropriations Act (Nancy Ballance) (Department of Natural Resources and Conservation)

House Joint Appropriations/Finance and Claims Subcommittee on Judicial Branch, Law Enforcement and Justice – Room 317A, 8am

HB2 – General Appropriations Act (Nancy Ballance) – Department of Justice

 House Judiciary – Room 137, 8am

HB133 – Generally revise sentencing laws (Nate McConnell)

HB165 – Revise punitive damage laws (Greg Hertz)

HB202 – Generally revise laws related to government employees and officers (Kirk Wagoner)

House Legislative Administration – Room 472, 2pm

HB100 – Revise legislative objection polling for administrative rulemaking process (Bryce Bennett)

House Local Government – Room 172, 3pm

HB200 – Revise laws regarding shared equity properties (Dave Fern)

 House State Administration – Room 455, 9am

HB79 – Modify when a military member may be turned over to civil authorities for trial (Willis Curdy)

HB136 – Actuarial funding for the Gamer Wardens’ and Peach Officers’ Retirement System (Geraldine Custer)

HB155 – Eliminate election day as state holiday (Greg Hertz)

House Taxation – Room 152, 8am

HB18 – Revise tax lien and tax deed laws (Tom Jacobson)

HB30 – Remove voted levies approved after creation of TIF from tax increment provision (Jeff Essmann) Hearing Cancelled

HB74 – Revise property reappraisal laws (Greg Hertz)

HB76 – Amend laws related to remittance of tax increment (Greg Hertz)

 Friday – January 13 – Legislative Day 10 – Draft Deadlines – Floor Amendments – Add/Delete Sponsors

Senate Business, Labor, and Economic Affairs – Room 422, 8am

SB72 – Create presumptive illness for firefighters (Pat Connell)

 Senate Judiciary – Room 303, 10am

SB92 – Allow for proxy decision-making in medical care (Albert Olszewski)

 House Business and Labor – Room 172, 8:30am

HB160 – Assign warranty responsibility to registered contractor for work under contract (Dennis Lenz)

HB166 – Revising laws related to donation of game meat for nonprofit meal distribution (Jeremy Trebas)

HB172 – Generally revise telephone cooperative laws (Ross Fitzgerald)

 House Human Services – Room 152, 3pm

HB24 – Providing protections to vulnerable persons from financial exploitation (Ron Ehli)

HB139 – Revise adult protective services (Moffie Funk)

House Judiciary – Room 137, 8am

HB46 – Generally revising funding for civil legal aid (Kimberly Dudik)

HB64 – Revise child abuse diversion project laws (Kimberly Dudik)

HB168 – Provide for expungement of criminal records for misdemeanors (Zach Brown)

 House Natural Resources – Room 172, 3pm

HB99 – Limit adverse effects analysis (Zach Brown)

HB104 – Statutory appropriation for Ground Water Investigation Program (Carl Glimm)

HB107 – Establish Surface Water Assessment and Monitoring Program (Carl Glimm)

House State Administration – Room 455, 9am

HB39 – Adopting the most recent federal laws applicable to the National Guard (Jacob Bachmeier)

House Taxation – Room 152, 8am

HB112 – Revise uniform dispute review procedures for collection of delinquent taxes (Dave Fern)

 

 

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