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Western 4-H Family and Consumer Science Show in Rapid City, Oct. 9-10

compiled by Chris Maupin The 58th Annual Western 4-H Family and Consumer Science Show will be held October 9 and 10 at the Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City, SD. While this is called a show,...

 

Hunters encouraged to submit samples from animals taken in CWD surveillance areas and to follow proper carcass disposal protocols

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will continue chronic wasting disease surveillance this year in high-priority areas known as Priority Surveillance Areas in northwest, southwest and eastern...

 

Montana taxable wage base released for 2021

HELENA — The Montana Department of Labor & Industry recently announced that the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Taxable Wage Base for 2021 will be $35,300, an increase of $1,200 from 2020. Montana’s taxable wage base is 80% of the average annual...

 

Montana COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, September 22, Montana reports a cumulative total of 10,700 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 275 new cases since yesterday, 2,600 active cases, and 7,937 patients considered...

 

2020 big game hunting forecast

In addition to the following hunting forecast, FWP provides online information about hunting access, including the Block Management Program. Through the program, FWP coordinates with landowners to provide hunting access to more than 7 million acres...

 

2020 upland game bird forecast

Well-timed moisture, a mild winter and good residual cover have benefited upland birds, but hunters should expect them to be a bit more spread out across the landscape. “Habitat conditions across the southeast were excellent going into the fall...

 

Montana Learning Center awarded grant to offer remote telescope teacher training

The Montana Space Grant Consortium, a component of NASA's National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program, has awarded the Montana Learning Center at Canyon Ferry Lake a grant to fund the...

 

Time is running out to respond to the 2020 Census

Now is the time to be counted in the 2020 Census. The Census Bureau is encouraging all Montanans to respond today. "It has never been easier to respond on your own, whether online, over the phone or by mail — all without having to meet a census...

 

Statewide numbers

As of Tuesday, September 15, Montana reports a cumulative total of 9,244 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 139 new cases since yesterday, 1,954 active cases, and 7,150 patients considered...

 

Crop insurance deadline nears

USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) reminds producers of fall-planted crops in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming to apply for crop insurance coverage for the 2021 crop year before the September 30 sales closing date. Current policyho...

 

Montana COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, September 8, Montana reports a cumulative total of 8,381 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 66 new cases since yesterday, 1,992 active cases, and 6,270 patients considered recovered....

 

Commerce department sends $123.4 million to over 8,200 small businesses

MONTANA – The Montana Department of Commerce announced last week that more than 8,200 small businesses in Montana have now received $123.4 million through Governor Steve Bullock’s Business Stabilization Program, funded by the Coronavirus Relief F...

 

COVID-19 scholarship opportunity for families with specialized in-home needs

HRDC 7 announces immediate availability of COVID-19 Special Circumstance Scholarships. These grants are open to families in the 14 county service area, including Big Horn, Carbon, Carter, Custer, Fallon, Golden Valley, Musselshell, Powder River, Rose...

 

FWP offering free online courses for hunter education students

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing so many parts of life in Montana this year – hunter and bowhunter education is no different. In response to social distancing requirements and restrictions on group gatherings, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is tur...

 

Montana COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, August 25, Montana reports a cumulative total of 6,624 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 136 new cases since yesterday, 1,636 active cases, and 97 deaths from the disease. State...

 

Bullock announces fire fund doubled

Governor Steve Bullock recently announced that the fire fund has doubled to its statutory maximum and that the state of Montana is well equipped to manage the uncertainty ahead created by the pandemic due to sufficient budget reserves of over $600...

 

Montana COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, August 18, Montana reports a cumulative total of 5,846 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 57 new cases since yesterday, 1,556 active cases, and 84 deaths from the disease. State...

 

Mid-Rivers returns capital credits to patrons

On Friday, August 7, 2020, Mid-Rivers Communications mailed capital credit checks totaling more than $1,057,000 to its cooperative members and patrons. Receiving capital credit checks is just one of the many benefits of utilizing the services of a...

 

Statewide numbers

As of Tuesday, August 11, Montana reports a cumulative total of 5,104 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 97 new cases since yesterday, 1,485 active cases, and 77 deaths from the disease. State...

 

Montana COVID-19 cases

As of Tuesday, August 4, Montana reports a cumulative total of 4,314 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 82 new cases since yesterday, 1,484 active cases, and 64 deaths from the disease. State...

 

BLM begins protest period on proposed plan amendment

The Bureau of Land Management Miles City Field Office has completed an environmental assessment and proposed plan amendment to the 2015 Resource Management Plan, as amended, to consider conveyance of the reversionary interest -through a direct sale...

 

MFU participates in Farmers to Families Food Box program

(Great Falls, MT) Montana Farmers Union is pleased to partner with the Western Montana Growers Cooperative and Lake County Community Development Corporation to distribute boxes of Montana-grown produce to families in need as part of the Farmers to...

 

Mid-Rivers awards an additional $7,000 in scholarships

Mid-Rivers Communications awarded fourteen $500 Scholarships via an online drawing on July 1st. These scholarships are in addition to the 31 competitive scholarships awarded in May. Mid-Rivers supports area youth through many avenues, and these...

 

Recent rains benefit much of Montana; southern tier of state experiencing drought conditions

HELENA, Mont. – Abnormally dry conditions between March and early June have moved the southern tier of Montana, along with the eastern counties, into drought conditions that will likely intensify over the next three months, according to the...

 

MCC, Montana Farm Bureau and Montana Meat Processors Association develop meat processing program

Miles Community College and Montana Farm Bureau have teamed up to offer a meat processing certificate/degree. For the past several years, MCC has been working to develop plans for a certificate that...

 

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