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Project Proposal Could Improve Public Trails In Lincoln

A proposal called The Lincoln Project calls for managing 200,000 acres of public lands surrounding the town northwest of Helena. Russ Ehness, President of the Great Falls Trail Bike Riders Association which is also part of the group of conservationists loggers motorized-vehicle users and others, says motorized vehicle users have been working o...

Public Lands In Lincoln To Be Managed By New Conservation Group

A group people has agreed to a proposal for managing 200,000 acres of public lands surrounding Lincoln a town northwest of Helena through a mix of conservation forest restoration and outdoor recreation. Karyn Good is a resident of Lincoln and believes the group came up with a well-balanced plan. https://northernbroadcasting.com/wp-content/uplo...

Helena Apartment Catches On Fire

At around 11 o’clock Tuesday night, the Helena Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire at an apartment complex. Our Capitol City Correspondent Troy Shockley has the details. https://northernbroadcasting.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/9-30_537.mp3

Stakeholders Discuss Future Of Renewable Energy In Montana

State economic and political leaders in Montana met at a virtual roundtable Wednesday to discuss the benefits of Montana’s current renewable energy industry and how expanded infrastructure spending could improve it. Assistant Manager of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 233 in Helena Jack McBroom highlighted one major p...

Shodair Children’s Hospital Offering Scholarship For Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

Suicide and mental health are topics that many struggle to openly talk about and Shodair Children’s Hospital in Helena is looking to change that through its annual scholarship contest. The hospital will be accepting submission at Shodair.org until September 27th where students can share their message of hope to those struggling with their ment...

Montana Trade Industries & Superintendent Meet In Helena

The Build Montana workforce program was showcased at the state Capitol Wednesday with the idea of familiarizing high school students with the construction industry. It is a partnership between the school district private industry and institutions like the Office of Public Instruction and the Department of Labor and Industry. At a press confere...