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Governor Gianforte & Superintendent Arntzen Advise Schools To Ease Mask Requirements In Letter

In a recent letter to district school superintendents and trustees, Governor Greg Gianforte and Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen wrote, as the school year approaches, it is critical our kids get back into the classroom in as normal a setting as possible. While the Montana Constitution allows elected boards of trustees in each...

2020 Census Results Show Increase In Indigenous Populations In Montana

(Nicholas Jones) That was Nicholas Jones, Director of Ethnic Research and Outreach for the U.S. Census Bureau talking about results of the 2020 U.S. Census numbers released Thursday. Montana too has become more diverse. White Alone or in Combination decreased from 92% to 91% of the population American Indian/Alaskan Native Alone or in Combinat...

Montana FWP Gives Drought Warning To Hunters Ahead Of Upcoming Season

Montana’s archery hunting season begins next week followed by Montana’s general hunting season but hunters are going to need to be extra cautious and considerate this fall. Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Commission and Education Program Manager Bob Gibson explains.

Montana Joins Lawsuit For Overturning Bump Stock Ban

The Montana Department of Justice along with 17 other states have filed a brief with a federal appeals court in support of a lawsuit attempting to overturn a ban on bump stocks a firearm accessory allowing semi-automatic rifles to fire more rapidly. Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen is the lead attorney on the amicus filing with the 6th ...