The next guide and outfitter written examination is May 1 at 1 p.m. at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department office in Bismarck. Preregistration is required no later than April 23 by calling the Department’s enforcement office at 701-328-6604. In addition to passing a written exam, qualifications for becoming a guide include a background…
Senator Steve Daines’ Visit To The Southern Border With Mexico Resulted In What He Saw He Has Described For Biden Administration
After recently visiting the country’s southern border with Mexico Senator Steve Daines described the scenes he saw across the Rio Grande River which featured taunting cartel members migrant families in crowded facilities and overwhelmed patrol officers.
Legalized Marijuana Sales Includes THC Levels Not Seen In Older Days Of 1936 Reefer Madness Movie Fame
the legalized marijuana Montanans voted for in November has something people not realize according to the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Stacy Zinn.
Legislation Passes Legislature To Help State Licensing System Stop Issue That Governor Greg Gianforte Was Negligent In Accomplishing Before Recently Trapping A Wolf
Legislation has passed and awaits Governor Greg Gianforte’s signature that will eliminate an issue he ran into after trapping a wolf In February outside of Yellowstone National Park. It requires a trapper education course for most people before purchasing a license to trap animals.
Small Business Administration Economic Disaster Injury Loan Program Loan Limits Raised And Deferral First Payment Dates Extended
If you’re thinking this pandemic has been going on a lot longer than anticipated you’re not alone. For that reason the Small Business Administration Economic Disaster Injury Loan Program limits have been raised and the deferral dateson first payback payments have been extended. SBA Montana Director Brent Donnelly.
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality will host a remote public meeting April 8th to provide an update on an ongoing study of nuisance algae growth in the Smith River. Public Relations Specialist Moria Davin.
Public Health Officials Remind Montanans To Be Aware Of Exposure To Animals That Might Have Rabies As Summer Approaches
State and local public officials are reminding Montanans to be aware of the risk for exposure to rabies as summer approaches which brings with it an increase in outdoor recreation. Department of Public Health and Human Services Public Information Officer Jon Ebelt.
Governor Greg Gianforte Talks Tax Relief For Farmers And Ranchers During National Agriculture Week At A News Conference
This is National Agriculture Week. During a press conference Thursday afternoon Governor Greg Gianforte promoted a bill that he says would help farmers and ranchers.
While you were sleeping overnight Senator Steve Daines was on his way to the southern border. He explained Thursday on Voices of Montana.
The deadline to apply for the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Open Fields for Game Bird Hunters is April 16. Open Fields is offered through FWP’s Upland Game Bird Enhancement Program and is available to private landowners with existing Conservation Reserve Program contracts with at least two years remaining on the contract. Landowners applying for…