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Daines a conservationist? Not so fast

Unless the political winds in Washington change quickly, Congress will soon send the Great American Outdoors Act — GAOA — to President Trump’s desk. Trump has assured he’ll sign it into law. This legislation represents a dramatic win for...

 

Sage grouse ruling highlights need to improve public land management

In a recent U.S. District Court ruling by Judge Brian Morris, the American public heard loud and clear that the federal administration broke the law when it offered leases on public lands in critical Sage grouse habitat. This court decision speaks vo...

 

State wildlife management areas opening Friday with distancing protocols

From Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Many recreationists look forward to May 15 every year as the opening day of many of Montana’s Wildlife Management Areas that are closed between Dec. 1 and May 15 to minimize disturbance to wintering big game. T... Full story

 
 By Rachel Jamieson    Local    May 1, 2020

Downing, Nicol, Tuxbury face off in GOP auditor primary: Troy Downing

Big Sky businessman Troy Downing is facing off against Billings insurance company employee Nelly Nicol and Helena insurance agent Scott "Tux" Tuxbury in the Republican primary to select the candidate...

 

Alliance sues over bull trout in St. Mary Diversion

An attempt to rehabilitate the 100-year-old system that supplies much of the water to the Milk River is facing a legal setback. Wednesday, Alliance for the Wild Rockies filed a lawsuit over the protection of bull trout requesting fish screens to be...

 

McKean's unprotected wilderness presentation draws biggest crowd yet

Vizsla Brewing hosted Andrew McKean, editor of Outdoor Life Magazine, who gave a presentation on unprotected landscapes in northeast Montana Wednesday. The presentation was attended by almost 50...

 

Andrew McKean to give talk about landscape conservation Wednesday

Andrew McKean, editor of Outdoor Life Magazine and a Glasgow resident, will be giving a presentation on local landscape conservation at 6:30 p.m. at Vizsla Brewing Wednesday. "I call it a landscape...

 

Priority for our Beaver Creek Park

At recent Hill County Park Board meetings it was requested that livestock grazing be adjusted in our Beaver Creek Park during September to accommodate recreation, primarily in the south end of our park. As stipulated in our patent for Beaver Creek...

 

2020 USDA Tribal Outreach Forum registration open

From U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency BOZEMAN — The USDA Montana Food and Agriculture Council announced Monday that registration for the 2020 USDA Tribal Outreach Forum. “USDA is hosting this two-day forum to bring people...

 

Obituary - James 'Buzzy' Sangrey

James “Buzzy” Sangrey, 75, passed away due to natural causes at his residence Tuesday, February 4, 2020. Wake services began at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, February 5, 2020, with a rosary recited at... Full story

 

BLM plans overhaul of grazing regulations

Greg Henderson Drovers Journal Reprinted by permission of Drovers Journal The Bureau of Land Management is preparing to overhaul regulations for grazing on 155 million acres of public lands across the western United States. The BLM published a...

 

MSU-Northern civil engineering students visit BLM's BR-12 Dam

By Bureau of Land Management Havre Field Office Manager Ben Hileman, Rangeland Management Specialist Abby Hall and Montana State University-Northern Associate Professor Jeremy Siemens The American...

 
 By Tim Leeds    Local    December 30, 2019

A year in review: 2019

Editor’s note: This version corrects an error that misreported that Jaylen Jake Crazyboy had been arrested in Cascade County. A multitude of news items happened in north-central Montana over the pas...

 

Tester introduces historic Fort Belknap Indian Community water compact

Note: This was provided by the office of Sen. Jon Tester WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator Jon Tester today introduced the historic Fort Belknap Indian Community Water Compact in the United States Senate. The FBIC Water Compact will ratify the FBIC water...

 

Planned bull trout lawsuit concerns St. Mary Diversion

An attempt to rehabilitate the 100-year-old system that supplies much of the water to the Milk River may be facing a legal setback. Alliance for the Wild Rockies plans to file a lawsuit over the...

 

Charles Leon "Charlie" Floyd, 1934-2016, District 4 Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame 2019 Legacy Award

Press Release On Sept. 5, 1934, the day Charles Leon Callahan Jr. was born, his father, Charles Callahan Sr., loaded his mother, Ernestine (Watson) Callahan into a cattle truck in Lafayette, Alabama,...

 

Public meeting on Tiber Reservoir set in Chester

Staff and wire report U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is hosting a public meeting in Chester Wednesday, Oct. 9, to update the public on recreation and resource management issues around Lake Elwel, also known as Tiber Reservoir, southwest of Chester....

 

Departments urge people to be responsible with warming fires

From Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation MISSOULA — As days become shorter and temperatures drop, the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation and Bureau of Land Management encourage hunters and campers to be...

 

Letter to the Editor - Push Daines to oppose Pendley as BLM director

Editor, Having William Perry Pendley as acting director of the Bureau of Land Management, which manages more public land than any other federal agency, is like the proverbial henhouse-guarding fox — on steroids. Pendley (whom I’ll refer to as...

 

FWP to host meeting on beavers, humans and water conservation

From Fish, Wildlife and Parks Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is hosting a meeting Tuesday, Aug. 27, on the roles of beaver and humans in habitat restoration and water conservation. The meeting’s objective is to increase common awareness of...

 

Editorial - The arsonist in charge of the fire department

Imagine for one unsettling moment what it would mean to Montana if Glacier, Yellowstone, the Bob Marshall, the Beartooth Mountains, and all other lands and waters belonging to the American people were sold off. It would spell the end of our outdoor...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    July 31, 2019

Tester speaks on multiple issues in teleconference

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said Tuesday during his monthly rural conference call that before the U.S. Senate takes a recess for the month of August, there are a number of bills he is working to get pushed through. Recently Tester’s bipartisan...

 
 By Derek Hann    Local    June 24, 2019

Locals oppose proposed Fort Belknap land transfer in water compact

Some local residents and government officials are up in arms about Fort Belknap Indian Community requesting some additional land so it can manage its water. More than 100 years after the Grinnell Agre...

 

Montana Range Days offers tour opportunities

Press release The Beaverhead Conservation District is excited to announce two days of range tours offered in conjunction with Montana Range Days. June 18 and 19, participants will visit some of the most advanced ranching operations in Beaverhead and...

 

BLM names state director for Montana/Dakotas Office

From U.S. Bureau of Land Management The Bureau of Land Management announced Friday the appointment of a veteran land manager as the new director for the Montana/Dakotas State Office. John J. Mehlhoff, an executive with the Office of Natural Resource...

 

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