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Simms launches new wader to support Yellowstone River restoration efforts

A portion of the revenue will be deposited into a fund that was set aside by the Livingston-based nonprofit Montana Freshwater Partners. The money will support work to protect


Flathead County Commission Denies West Glacier Vision Plan

Commissioners will not consider adoption of community vision statement; West Glacier Planning Team members pledge to push forward


Bringing nuclear power to Montana more expensive than originally forecast

Once expected to cost up to $58 a megawatt hour, energy from the small modular reactor in development by Oregon-based NuScale Power and utility partners is now expected to be


A smart guide to renegotiate your compensation beyond just money

What kind of value multipliers might you ask for when it comes time to renegotiate your compensation package? We thought you’d never ask.


Want to Move to Rural Oklahoma? An Online Database Has Property Listings

So far, the joint project of the Oklahoma Municipal League and state Home Builders Association only has 60 listings. The goal is to make information about rural properties mor


Residents look to ‘re-imagine rural’ in Cut Bank, Montana – Video

If you're ever in Cut Bank, you might notice some of the streets and buildings are becoming more vivid, as several people are coming up with new ideas and they're "re-imaginin


Uniquely Montana destinations and attractions

Historic ghost towns, unique geology, and much more — Montana has much to offer under its big blue skies.


Police can use robots that kill, San Francisco board decides

A new state law requires police and sheriffs departments to inventory its military grade equipment and seek approval for their use.


Missoula, Montana’s Venery – Learning the art of hunting, one woman to another

Where Women Learn to Hunt.We value local food, connecting with nature, and self-sufficiency.Our goal is to introduce more women to the art and sport of hunting.


There’s a renewable energy revolution occurring in America’s heartland

“Solar is probably the most profitable form of farming that’s out there,”


Flathead County Economic Development Authority Seeking New Tenant for Gateway West Mall

After the departure of call center, the county’s economic development arm begins imagining a new future for the space in west Kalispell


Finally, a smart city with street smarts

When complete, it will boast a multimodal transit hub, transformed streetscape, and more bandwidth than even Amazon knows what to do with.


20 creative ways (and counting) that Amsterdam is pushing to make its economy circular

Amsterdam has an ambitious goal to be fully circular by the middle of the century. Now, it’s figuring out how to get there.


TED Talks – Jane Fonda: How to transform your climate concern into action

Hear why she decided to bring her climate activism into the electoral arena after decades of marching, protesting and civil disobedience -- and how anybody can join in and sta


Exclusive Savings on BIO 2023 June 5-8, 2023, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.

As a member of Montana BioScience Alliance, you are eligible for a $200 discount on Premier or General registration rates. And, if you redeem your code during Early Bird regi


Defying negative stereotypes, humanities majors are booming at the University of California Berkeley

“If the goal of education is to train well-formed leaders and change-makers,” he argued, “shouldn’t it be the case that they are taught empathy, understanding and open


High-strength concrete developed at MSU could save state money, time

Because the MSU-developed concrete is significantly stronger than normal concrete or grout, the Trail Creek bridges are also expected to last longer than a typical bridge, Kap


Four reasons why so many tech companies are doing mass layoffs

The tech sector is facing challenges that are also being felt by other industries, but the industry’s trajectory during the pandemic has made it especially vulnerable to dow


In Northern Minnesota, Autonomous Vehicles Are Hitting Rural Roads

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law passed last year includes $500 million over the next five years for public agencies to develop autonomous vehicle systems. Pending rulemaking



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