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Archive for year: 2021

WGFD wants to know how your hunt went this year.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department wants to know how your Wyoming hunt went this year.  Many hunters have received, or will begin to receive, a harvest survey via e-mail or the Postal Service.  The survey gathers harvest information and feedback on the 2021 hunting season. It takes only a few minutes and contributes valuable data for monitor...

AG Knudsen Joins Lawsuit Targeting Federal Vaccine Mandate

Ten Republican state attorneys general including Montana’s Austin Knudsen have filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration for imposing a vaccine mandate on federal contractors and federally contracted employees. The plaintiffs argue is unconstitutional and an unlawful usurpation of states’ police powers and they seek to prevent the...

Final District Map Still Undecided As Deadline Approaches

Montana’s 2022 congressional districts remain undecided after a stalemate by the Districting and Apportionment Commission. Commissioners had hoped to settle on one map outlining the new U.S. House Districts but ended Saturday with four possibilities still alive with strong disagreement between Republicans and Democrats on the bipartisan commis...

New Program Aims To Address Teen Depression Across Montana

A recent survey found 41% of Montana high school students self-reported symptoms of depression over the last year. One possible solution is a pilot project conducted by the Rural Behavioral Health Institute. It provides a six-and-a-half minute mental health screening completed by students. The results of the screening go to a designated school...

Rally Featuring Daines & Rosendale To Be Held In Bozeman Tonight

The Montana chapter of Americans for Prosperity will be holding a rally at the Gallatin County Courthouse this evening to urge Senator Jon Tester to vote against the trillion-dollar-plus infrastructure bill. State Director David Herbst highlighted a few of his concerns with the bill Thursday on Voices of Montana. https://northernbroadcasting.c...

Mining Expedition Set Next Year At Boulder Batholith

A partnership between the U.S. Geological Survey and the Rio Tinto Group plans to arrange flights next year over southwest Montana’s Boulder Batholith to search from the sky for mineral resources considered vital to national security that range from aluminum to zirconium and include rare earth metals. The region known for its mineral pot...

Sentaor Tester Comments On Emergency Gray Wolf Request

21 U.S. Senators asked Interior Secretary Deb Halland Thursday to shield wolves from being killed for 240 days while permanent protections are considered. The request is in response to Republican-backed state laws in Montana and Idaho that make it easier to kill the predators. Senator Jon Tester was not among those who made the request but sta...