The Montana Legislature will return for the second half of the 67th Legislative Session next week. Governor Greg Gianforte.
General Manager Of Montana Telecommunications Association Geoff Feiss Says More Need To Be Done On Broadband In The State
Can you hear me now? In some places in Montana the answer is no. General Manager of the Montana Telecommunications Association Geoff Feiss aid this this week on Voices of Montana.
A Bill In The Legislature To Allow Raw Milk And Meat To Be Sold Directly To Customers Is Meeting Resistance
A bill in the Montana Legislature would allow farmers and ranchers to sell products like raw milk and meat directly to customers but public-health experts say it skirts regulations aimed at preventing food-borne illnesses from spreading. Mallory Scharf a public health policy specialist for the Missoula City-County Health Department says it cuts out regulators almost…
Senate Minority Leader Jill Cohenhour Looks Back To First Half Of Legislative Session On Voices Of Montana
Senate Minority Leader Jill Cohenhour looked back at the first half of the Legislative Session on Voices of Montana This Week.
This is National Consumer Protection Week. Montana’s Securities and Insurance Commissioner Troy Downing.
An update on COVID-19 vaccines from Governor Greg Gianforte.
Montana Spring And Summer Season Burning Season Regulations From DEQ Public Relations Specialist Moria Davin
The Montana spring and summer open burning season opened Monday. Public Relations Specialist with the Montana Department of Environmental Quality Moria Davin.
Lewis And Clark Sheriff Leo Dutton On Standoff Tuesday Between Man And Officers In Lincoln Ending Peacefully
Tuesday a man was taken into custody after a standoff between Lewis and Clark Sheriff’s Deputies after barricading himself in his residence off Highway 200 in Lincoln. Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton.
During National Consumer Protection Week Attorney General Austin Knudsen Offers A Tip So Your Are Not A Victim
In an effort to alert the public to scams during National Consumer Protection Week Attorney General Austin Knudsen offers this advice.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on Draft 2021–2022 Migratory Game Bird Regulations. Although many of the regulations are similar to recent seasons, the department is providing two options for waterfowl seasons based on responses from a Montana waterfowl hunter survey conduct in fall 2020. One option is a waterfowl season…