With school set to start Monday in Billings School District 2 Superintendent Greg Upham explains survey results from parents about remote learning.
Governor Steve Bullock Says There Is No Enough Money In The Fire Suppression Fund And Is Record High
Monday Governor Steve Bullock in a press call said there now is enough money available to cover fire suppression costs.
Emergency Wildlife And Public Safety Act Of 2020 Introduced By Senator Steve Daines And California’s Diane Feinstein
Conservationists forest leaders and local elected officials met with Sen. Steve Daines Monday morning in Kalispell to discuss the introduction of a new bipartisan bill which aims to reduce environmental litigation increase active forest management on federal land accelerate post-wildfire restoration and more.
Capitol City Correspondent Troy Shockley On Montana Health Department Proposed Rule On Flavored Vaping Product Withdrawal
The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services has decided to withdraw a proposed rule that would ban flavored vaping products in the state. Details from our Capitol City Correspondent Troy Shockley.
President Donald Tump To Withdraw Nomination Of William Perry Pendley To Head The Bureau Of Land Management
William Perry Pendley’s past as a self-proclaimed sagebrush rebel and his advocacy to sell public lands to states has put him in hot water with conservation groups in the West and others. Doug Krings a board member in Montana for Backcountry Hunters and Anglers says Pendley has helped push this policy past the balanced approach…
Sunburst Farmer Don Naage Sold On Canola 30 Years Ago Will Plant Some Of This Year’s 150,000 Acres In Montana
Canola has increased in popularity in recent years with about 150,000 acres planted in Montana this year. Don Naage from Sunburst has been raising it for more than 30 years and told our sister Northern Ag Network’s Colter Brown it’s been a great addition to his farm.
Going Green Through NorthWestern Energy’s E Plus Green Program Explained By Public Relations Specialist Jo Dee Black
You can go green a little or a lot under NorthWestern Energy’s E Plus Green Program. Public Relations Specialist Jo Dee Green.
Senator Steve Daines Spoke At The 17th Annual Energy Open In Colstrip Thursday Stressing Energy Development
Senator Steve Daines spoke at the 17th Annual Energy Open in Colstrip Thursday highlighting the importance of Montana energy development and Montana energy jobs. He stressed the need to protect Montana’s coal jobs.
Montana Stockgrower Association Mid-year Meeting Next Tuesday Through Thursday In Billings At The Northern Hotel
The mid-year meeting of the Montana Stockgrowers Association will be held next Thursday through Thursday at the Northern Hotel in Billings with some changes made due to COVID-19. President Fred Wacker.
BBBR’s Tino Sonora Thinks Tourism Will Take A Hit This Year And Continue Into Next During Hopeful Recovery
Tina Sonora is Associate Director of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of Montana and Director of Health Car Research. Part of his job is to spot concerns while still looking at current data. Recently he was on Voice of Montana.