Beginning 8 a.m. April 1, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will accept applications for limited quota fall turkey, sandhill crane and beaver as well as applications to the Glendo and Springer special pheasant hunts. Applications must be submitted online. “Remember, before applying for any licenses, you will have to create a username and password,”…
Today, Senator Steve Daines was a guest on Voices of Montana. He talked about the Keystone XL Pipeline, which President Joe Biden canceled the permit for in his first day in office. Daines referenced the latest Biden proposal.
Montana State University Student Tess Sawyer Born In Dillon Receives Army Scholarship But Vows To Return
Born in Dillon Montana State University student Tess Sawyer has received a U.S. Army scholarship that will help towards her future as a rural healthcare provider. She’ll begin her medical school in Bozeman.
Planned Parenthood Of Montana Objects To Bills Being Introduced Restricting Productive Rights Of Women
More than half a dozen bills restricting productive rights have been introduced in the state legislature including a bill that would redefine personhood as beginning at conception effectively banning abortions. Laura Terrill with Planned Parenthood of Montana says many of these bills have been introduced in past sessions but the sheer volume this year is…
Legislature Looking At Directing Stimulus Funds Toward Aged And Ailing St. Mary’s Conveyance On Hi-Line
The legislature is looking at directing a considerable amount of federal COVID relief money toward the aged and ailing St. Mary’s Conveyance on the Hi-Line. House Speaker Pro-Temp Casey Knudsen on it’s importance.
Big Sky Film Grant For 14 Different Film Productions On-Location Across Montana. Why? Film Commissioner Has The Answer
A Big Sky Film Grant will provide $500,000 to 14 different film productions on-location across the Treasure State. Montana Film Commissioner Alison Whitmer on what unique features make Big Sky Country appealing to filmmakers.