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Montana PSC To Begin New Investigation Into Century Link

The Montana Public Service Commission is launching an investigation into Century Link Communication’s “legacy infrastructure” where customers in rural areas continue to report telephone problems like the inability to reach 911. Kiela Szpaller with the Daily Montanan reports the PSC adopted a staff recommendation into the adequacy of Century Li...

Montana To Receive $60 Million For Water Infrastructure

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael S. Regan announced the funding Thursday that states Tribes and territories will receive in 2022 through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The State of Montana will receive $63,041,000 to invest in critical wastewater and drinking water infrastructure projects. The money will be provid...

Infrastructure Bill Looks To Impact Nearly 15 Million Acres of Public Land

American Forests analysts estimate Infrastructure, Investment and Jobs Act passed last week will affect about 14.8 million acres of public land through restoration recovery and reforestation work. A $60 million line item pays for grants for wood energy programs and $20 million goes to the Joint Fire Science Program based in Missoula and Bozema...

Senator Daines Explains Vote Against Infrastructure Package

The $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill recently signed into law has been called one of the few recent examples of bipartisan legislation but that doesn’t mean everyone in Washington approves of it. Senator Steve Daines voted against it and recently explained why to reporters.

Senator Tester Details How Infrastructure Funds Will Reach Montana

The $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill is now law and it is expected that $2.82 billion will come to Montana. The question now is who will be handling all this money and when. Senator Jon Tester has the answers.

Senator Tester Lauds Infrastructure Bill Becoming Law

Today President Joe Biden signed the trillion-dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill into law which will see billions of federal dollars come to Montana for its transportation systems, water systems and broadband and more. Senator Jon Tester was one of ten Senators who negotiated its terms and had this to say about its passing. https://northern...

Montana’s Rail Service To Receive Major Investment From Infrastructure Package

Plans to restore passenger rail service to southern Montana will receive a significant boost from the infrastructure bill passed by Congress. Senator Jon Tester included language that directs the U.S. Secretary of Transportation to study the restoration of long-distance routes across the country and provides $15 million to do so. Among other t...

Infrastructure Bill Looks To Improve Three Forks Flood Protection

With the passage of the $1 trillion plus infrastructure bill in Congress, Three Forks in Gallatin County could see greater flood protections. Patricia Hernandez with the Montana-based nonprofit Headwaters Economics says the new floodplain map would make it hard to build in most of the community.