Grizzly euthanized after repeated attempts to access grain in Blackfoot

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks euthanized a sub-adult male grizzly bear in the Blackfoot Valley on Sunday, May 12 immediately following repeated...

Local woman working to build support to bring Youth Dynamics services to Lincoln

Emilee Rivera believes in Youth Dynamics, a Montana non-profit children's mental health agency, and she is working to raise awareness in Lincoln...

UM Report: visitors spent $3.7B in Montana last year

MISSOULA – Last year, 12.4 million out-of-state visitors contributed over $3.7 billion in travel spending to Montana's economy, according to a...

Single vehicle crash near Ovando leaves one dead, one injured

A single vehicle rollover on Highway 200 around 5 a.m. Tuesday morning, May 7, claimed the life of the 19-year-old driver from Great Falls and left a 23-year-old from Cascade hospitalized. According...

2019 Wildfire Season: Prepare, Prevent, Protect

MISSOULA - The governors of Montana and ten other Western states have proclaimed May as Wildfire Awareness Month. Fire prevention agencies and...

Avoid conflicts with wildlife as WMAs open May 15

tMost of Montana’s 76 Wildlife Management Areas open on May 15 at noon, and with the long winter and heavy snowpack wildlife still have limited areas, in some places, left to forage. People who...

Poetry in the Blackfoot

"I love the light here, and the silence. It's one thing I find ... the quiet is so great," Eldon Beck said . In that great quiet Beck, 87, found a...

Lincoln ACT scores improve, Elementary accreditation dinged

Lincoln High School Juniors racked up some of the best ACT scores seen by Lincoln Schools in the past several years, while Lincoln Elementary School...

Photo: Reviving the L

The L, originally lit at night with more than 100 solar lights, was installed in 2015 by Jim Oly. He dedicated it to the memory of Heather Terman,...

Spring Awards Night packed with praise

Dozens of Lincoln High School students were recognized for academic, character and athletic excellence Thursday, May 9 in the school gym. The Heisey...

Weaving it forward

When weaver Teri Fitzgerald was gifted a wealth of basketry materials, she immediately wanted to share the windfall. "I knew right away that I wanted...

Letter: Stop crucifying Donald Trump

Editor: I'm a woman living in Montana. I've lived in five states and have had many careers. I've had a great full life. I've always worked and made...

UM Preparing students for unforeseen challenges

When I was a student at West Point in the 1990's, the military component of my education focused on high-intensity conflict and Cold War-era...

This is Montana: Missouri headwaters are central to Montana history (Part 1 of 2)

A labyrinth of channels, willow bottoms, islands and a general mix of wetlands interact to piece together the headwaters of the Missouri River. The...

Dear Dietician: Crohn's disease

Dear Dietitian, I was recently diagnosed with Crohn's disease, and I'm having a hard time figuring out what foods I should avoid. Can you help?...

Tales and Trails: Get out the Fishing Gear

Montana's rivers are running high, wide and muddy right now and things typically won't improve much for maybe two months. That all depends on...

Disappointment and spectacle on a trip to the Ice Follies

As kids, it was rare for us to travel farther away from home than Deer Lodge. The roads and vehicles of the day weren't much, and we never saw any...

Mountaintop Musings: A biblical view of anger

Over the years I have had many opportunities to develop and exhibit self-control. I would love to say that I have always passed the test and been a model of patience, calmness and control. However,...

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