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Elk Brucellosis WG Annual Meeting
Elk Brucellosis WG Annual Meeting
The working group charged with developing elk management options in areas where the transmission of brucellosis between elk and livestock is a concern will meet in Bozeman June 13 to review the results of last winter's activities. The working group led an effort to examine effective elk management options and risk prevention efforts in several southwestern Montana hunting districts...
Montana Wolf Population Strong
Montana Wolf Population Strong
Wolf numbers in Montana remained healthy in 2016 and more than three times the federally-mandated minimums. Montana’s annual wolf report shows a minimum of 477 wolves were counted for 2016. This is down from 536 wolves counted in 2015, but doesn’t necessarily reflect a reduction in wolf numbers, but rather a reduction in counting effort.  Included in this number is a minimum number of 50 breeding
Real ID
Real ID
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Homeland security officials are warning Montana Gov. Steve Bullock that the state may not get any more time to comply with federal driver's license rules meant to prevent terrorism and identity theft. If Montana is found to be out of compliance with the Real ID Act of 2005, then state-issued driver's licenses alone won't be accepted for admission to most federal facilities and
Red Ants Blanket Montana as Red Ants Pants Music Festival Launches “MontANTa”
Red Ants Blanket Montana as Red Ants Pants Music Festival Launches “MontANTa”
(White Sulphur Springs, Mont.) – If your next road trip includes a swing through rural Montana, chances are you might be asking yourself, “What’s up with those Ants?” Today, the Red Ants Pants Music Festival kicked off a new effort to showcase rural communities and industries that enrich Montana as part of the lead up to the festival July 28th – 31st. Last year, the festival launched a guerrilla m
Victim’s Rights Initiative Gathers Steam in Montana
Victim’s Rights Initiative Gathers Steam in Montana
BOBBY CAINA CALVAN, Associated Press HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Backers of a ballot measure to expand rights for crime victims and their families say they have enough signatures to put the Marsy's Law initiative before voters in November. Montana is one several states where national victims' rights advocates hope to build momentum for the law, now in effect in California and Illinois...
Another Weekend… Another Tournament Or Two (Brackets are here)
Another Weekend… Another Tournament Or Two (Brackets are here)
It's only Tuesday, but we're thinking and talking about the weekend already. We've got a tournament in Cut Bank - the Northern B Boys Divisional -  that we'll be covering this weekend as well as one in Butte -  State Class A Girls. As you may have heard, it can get a little confusing if you don't have a bracket in front of you, Well, I certainly don't want anyone to be confused - so I want to make

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