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Yellowstone River Fish Killed By Same Parasite As Last Year – On A Much Smaller Scale

Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks officials are breathing a sigh of relief after investigating the death of several hundred whitefish in the Yellowstone River this week.

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New Fire Safety Videos Posted For Bow Hunters Before Opening Weekend

Archery season opens this Labor Day weekend, and one fire official is using YouTube to encourage fire-safe behavior in the wild.

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Governor Should Accept Blame for School Budget Cuts and ‘Lack of Transparency,’ Says State Superintendent

State agencies are still reeling from a surprising 10 percent cut announced by Governor Steve Bullock’s Budget Director Dan Villa on Wednesday, August 30.

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FWP Urges Montana Hunters To Check Fire Restrictions and Closures, Beware Of Extreme Conditions

Hunting season is rapidly approaching and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks are asking hunters to be prepared before they head out this year.

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Montana Ranks in Bottom Ten for Number of Physicians per Capita

Is Montana in the midst of a doctor shortage?

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Yellowstone National Park Experiences Unusually Heavy Traffic The Day After The Eclipse

There was a lot of buzz surrounding the total solar eclipse that took place on Monday, but Yellowstone National Park saw a surprisingly few amount of visitors.

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Seeley Lake Open Again to Recreation

We received a note from a joyous resident in Seeley Lake this afternoon. With some bittersweet undertones, unfortunately.

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Montana AG Joins 49 Other States In Asking Congress to Amend Sex Trafficking Law

Back in 1996, the United States Congress passed a law called the Communications Decency Act.

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Montana Executive and Legislative Branch Still Fighting Over Budget Cuts

The war between Montana’s Democratic Governor and the Republican majority legislature over the state budget wasn’t settled during the 2017 legislative session.

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How does ‘Urban Dictionary’ describe Missoula?

CAUTION: Be aware of obscene language and some not so friendly comments!!! lol

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