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Action for Eastern Montana holiday meals

Mid-Rivers Communications recently announced its annual holiday gift to Action for Eastern Montana. The funds are distributed to needy families in the Mid-Rivers and Action for Eastern Montana...

 

More newspaper pages available through MTHS library & archives project

Two newspaper digitization projects will improve and expand access to historical Montana newspapers, which is one of the most used collections at the Montana Historical Society (MTHS). This latest project through the National Digital Newspaper...

 

Community Pond Program grant money available

Groups or individuals interested in constructing or improving a community fishing pond have until Feb. 1 to apply for a Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Community Pond Program grant. The objective of the Community Pond Program is to enhance public f...

 

Judge rules in favor of news outlets in right-to-know lawsuit

A district court judge has determined that candidates for judicial positions do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy when being interviewed by representatives of the governor’s office, the result of a lawsuit filed by the Choteau Acantha n...

 

Deadline for FWP's new migratory bird stamp art contest extended to Jan. 31

The deadline for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks new Migratory Bird Stamp art contest is now Jan. 31. The Wetlands Protection Advisory Council will select the winning piece of art in February. The winning artist will receive a $2,000 cash prize and...

 

Proposed changes would split FWP Region 7 antelope hunting district in two

Antelope hunting could look a bit different in Montana Fish, Wildlife and Park's Region 7 in the coming years after one Fish and Wildlife Commissioner proposed a split in the current hunting...

 

Governor Gianforte announces winners of the 2023 youth hunting story contest

Governor Greg Gianforte recently announced the winners of the 2023 Governor's Youth Hunting Story Contest. "Every youth hunter in Montana should be proud of the hunting legacy they're helping carry...

 

Dickinson State University joins Frontier Conference

Dickinson State University (DSU) and the Frontier Conference announced Tuesday that Dickinson State will join the Frontier Conference as a full member beginning in the 2025-26 academic year. “This is a significant milestone for the Frontier C...

 

Federal judge blocks Montana's first-in-nation TikTok ban

A federal judge issued an order November 30th blocking Montana's first-of-its-kind ban on social media platform TikTok, preventing the ban from taking effect as scheduled on Jan. 1. The ban, which...

 

Mid-Rivers Communications awards education technology grants

Mid-Rivers Communications is proud to announce the recipients of its 2023 Education Technology Grants. Grants are awarded to educational and non-profit entities with an educational mission to benefit members and customers in the Mid-Rivers service...

 

Hunter traffic, harvest mixed during closing weekend in SE Montana

Sunday's close of the deer and elk general season saw relatively mild weather and a mixed bag for hunter numbers and harvest rates at check stations around southeast Montana. Hysham The number of hunt...

 

Montana Supreme Court says counties wrong on 95-mill tax issue

The Montana Supreme Court recently ruled against Montana county governments in a dispute over the Montana Department of Revenue's authority to order the full collection of the 95-mill state-level...

 

FWP seeking public comment on revision to upland game bird strategic plan

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on a draft revision to the Upland Game Bird Enhancement Program Strategic Plan (UGBEP). The comment deadline has been extended from Nov. 30 to Dec. 30. Extending the comment period provides...

 

Murder suspect freed on $1 million bond

GLENDIVE, Mont. - The northwest South Dakota man charged with murdering a Montana man over a custody dispute has been released on $1 million bond. Sterling Brown walked free from the Dawson County Cor...

 

Help for your home energy bill

Many Montanans have heard about Energy Share of Montana, but may not realize exactly what it does. Energy Share helps Montanans who are facing loss of heat or lights in their homes and who have no resources to pay the bill themselves. Assistance is...

 

More amendments proposed for December Fish and Wildlife Commission meeting

Two more amendments to agenda items for the December Fish and Wildlife Commission meeting are available for public review online. The first amendment looks to change the hunting district boundary in 313 just north of Yellowstone National Park. This...

 

Montana's educational leaders gather to review new laws, initiatives

State leaders from across Montana's K-12 and higher education systems convened on the University of Montana campus this week for a discussion on an array of new laws, regulations and initiatives...

 

Mild weather, ample opportunity for antelope closer

Hunters out and about in southeast Montana during the closing weekend of antelope season found continuing mild weather, and most said they had opportunity to harvest an animal if they wanted to. Hysha...

 

Morford inducted to MCHF

Wayne Woodman Morford was born on June 4, 1932, in Torrington, Wyoming to Woodman Jacob and Fern Matilda (McClurg) Morford. He grew up on his parents irrigated farm where they raised all classes of...

 

Mid-Rivers to offer scholarships to area students

Mid-Rivers Communications is offering $108,000 in scholarship funds for Eastern and Central Montana students. The Mid-Rivers Fund for Education, funded by unclaimed capital credits from members, has awarded over $670,000 in scholarships to area stude...

 

Montana Stockgrowers brings Montana raised beef to Miles City retailers

The Montana Stockgrowers Foundation (MSF) Cattle Drive program has set out to do something no other cattle organization in the state has done—match Montana born, raised, and fed cattle with local restaurants and retailers. The “Montanans Feeding Mon...

 

Miles City Bucking Horse Sale inducted to MCHF

The World Famous Miles City Bucking Horse Sale began as a way to sell some unwanted horses but soon evolved into a famous and iconic Western event. In 1950, salesyard owner, Les Boe, and his son-in-la...

 

Respect access while utilizing Block Management Areas

Although most hunters respect the land, property and wildlife they are hunting, a minority do not. Yet these few bad actors lead to frustration from private landowners and hunters looking to do...

 

Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame announces 2024 inductees

The Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center (MCHF & WHC) announces their 16th class of inductions into the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame. The inductees were chosen from a field of...

 

USPS proposes new prices for 2024

The United States Postal Service recently filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) of mailing services price changes to take effect Jan. 21, 2024. The new rates include a 2-cent increase in the price of a First-Class Mail Forever...

 

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