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Archive for date: May 11, 2021

Montana Legislature Chairs Auctioned Off

The old chairs that House members of the state Legislature sat in for more than 100 years have been auctioned off to current and former lawmakers. The 100 chairs which were replaced for the 2021 session were sold last week by silent auction for bids ranging from $125 to $1,100 with the proceeds going into the state’s general fund. The bidding ...

Check out the New WY Interactive Fishing Guide

Want to catch a kokanee? Or how about a golden trout? It’s easy and inspiring to plan all your fishing pursuits with a new interactive fishing guide from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Explore the guide on the Game and Fish website.  “The interactive fishing guide is useful for all anglers,” said Mark Smith, Game and Fish assistant fish...

Montana Justice Rice Files Challenge Against Legislative Lawsuit

Montana Supreme Court Justice Jim Rice was the only justice to file a court challenge against a legislative subpoena seeking his communications regarding any polling conducted on pending legislation. Monday District Court Judge Mike McMahon grilled a state attorney representing the Legislature on Republican lawmakers’ chosen methods of p...

Senator Tester Recognizes National Police Week

As of May 1st, 19 low-elevation SNOTEL sites across Montana have melted out and the Natural Resources Conservation Service says that is slightly more than normal for this date. Streamflow forecasts indicate near to slightly below average stream flows are still possible though for many Montana rivers because October and February saved snowmelt ...