John Scully stood before the Montana Senate April 4 to accept his appointment to the state’s board of livestock.
Author ArchivesAbigail Dennis
Ranchers who graze their animals on public land in Southwest Montana will have to make some changes at least temporarily. The Bureau of Land Management is requesting that ranchers limit grazing on public lands. Those with grazing permits are asked to graze no more than 70 percent of their allotted forage in eight Montana Counties […]
A bill is set to hit Montana’s Senate floor this week that could change how wild and feral horses are managed.
As spring makes its first genuine appearance of the year, hydrologists have a close eye on the mountains around Montana to gauge how the snowpack will affect the stream flow of the state’s rivers and streams.
On a gymnasium wall in Harrison, a poster reads, “First in the classroom. First on the floor.” The Harrison-Willow Creek girls’ basketball team held true to this standard of academic excellence and was recently recognized with the Montana High School Association/Montana Army National Guard Academic All Team Award. The Wildcats finished the winter 2012-2013 season […]
The alarm sounded in Sheridan at 9:30 p.m. Monday night.
Three conservation groups filed a lawsuit Thursday that would halt all trapping in 15 Montana counties. While Madison County is not considered a critical habitat for lynx, areas in bordering counties are. The Alliance for the Wild Rockies, Friends of the Wild Swan and WildEarth Guardians have presented a lawsuit against the Fish, Wildlife and […]
A classic symbol of the untamed spirit of the American West, the nation’s wild horses wander lands often not visited by people.
Members of the Montana House made history Tuesday.