The Jackson and Pinedale regions of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department would like to visit with those interested in the proposed big game hunting seasons for 2021 and proposed general regulation changes. The Jackson Region will begin their meeting with a brief overview highlighting any noteworthy proposed changes to the hunting seasons. The meetings…
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will proceed with purchase of two islands in the Yellowstone River east of Reed Point for a fishing access site and to fulfill a need for woody debris and wildlife habitat removed during cleanup of the July 1, 2011, ExxonMobil Pipeline Company oil spill at Laurel. The 45 acres of…
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the Custer Gallatin National Forest are seeking public comment on plans to remove rainbow trout from the Buffalo Creek watershed north of Yellowstone National Park to protect the genetic integrity of native cutthroat trout in park rivers. The project, scheduled for August 2021, would include application of chemicals by…
Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder Sees Little Trouble So Far Since Recreational Marijuana Law Took Effect January First
The new recreational marijuana law took effect January first. Since then Yellowstone County Sheriff Mike Linder says there haven’t been a lot of problems at least not yet.
Park City-County Health Officer Dr. Laurel Desnick Gives Coronavirus Update On Vaccination Schedule Starting April 1st
Starting April 1st Governor Greg Gianforte is encouraging every Montanan 16 and older to get a vaccine. Park City-County Health Officer Dr. Laurel Desnick.
Montana now has 21 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 virus variant strains. The cases involve specimens of Montana residents that were submitted for testing dating back from January to early March. Department of Public Health and Human Services Public Information Officer Jon Ebelt.
30 Montana Agricultural Business Get $834,646 In Growth Through Agriculture Program Grants And Loans
30 Montana agricultural businesses and organizations are the recipients of $834,646 in grants and loans awarded through the Growth Through Agriculture program so they can grow their operations create jobs and access new markets. Jillian Street is one of them.