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2021 MT 149, DA 21-0125:

The Montana Supreme Court today upheld the constitutionality of SB 140. SB 140 is a recently enacted law that abolished the Judicial Nomination Commission, the commission that was responsible for screening applicants for vacancies on the Supreme...

From The Musselshell County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff’s Office Report for 5/23 through 6/10 There were seventy 911 calls during this time frame. 35 of those calls were unwarranted, hang ups, or not really emergencies. 15 were calls for the ambulance 11 were calls for the police 2 were calls...

MSU Researchers Featured in New York Times for Wildlife Crossing Structures

MSU News Service An MSU researcher and a former MSU graduate student have been featured in a Times story about over- and underpasses for wildlife, which have been advanced by MSU’s Western Transportation Institute for nearly two decades. A...

Statement of Chairman James Brown on Audit Report

Montana Public Service Commission Chairman James Brown (R-Dillon) issued the following statement today on behalf of the five-member Commission, regarding the Legislative Audit Division's biennial audit report: "The full Commission appreciates and...

Gianforte Announces $14 Million in ARPA Funds Going to Montana Cities

Governor Greg Gianforte today announced the disbursement of $14 million in federal funds from the American Rescue Plan Act to 34 towns and cities across the state. “The federal funds we’re distributing today give local governments the authority...

Loan Program Helps Montanans with Disabilities Afford Assistive Technology

Montanans with disabilities often face barriers to accessing the assistive technology that will help them live their best lives. From screen readers to wheelchair-accessible vehicles, these technologies are expensive and often not covered by...

Precipitation Returns in May Adding to the Snowpack, Meanwhile Snowmelt is in Full Swing

Following two months of well below average precipitation, rain and snow was welcomed across much of Montana during May. Two mid-month storms brought significant precipitation to the Rocky Mountain Front and portions of the Flathead River Basin...

DNRC Announces Record of Decision for Proposed Clearwater Wind Energy Project on State Trust Lands

The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) has issued a final Record of Decision approving the proposed Clearwater Wind Energy Center Development. “After careful review, we’ve determined this project provides reliable...

Red Cross Urges Montanans to Take Steps Now to Stay Safe This Wildfire Season

With the National Interagency Fire Center forecasting an above-average wildfire season across Montana this summer, the American Red Cross is urging families to take simple steps now that will help keep them safe later. "It's more critical than ever...

MSU Researcher Leads NASA SnowEx Field Site

BOZEMAN — From space, it is easy to see which areas of the Earth are covered in snow, but the appearance of snow on certain terrain is only part of the picture. "The goal is to understand how much snow is on the ground," said Montana State...

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Rocky Volleyball Adds Five Montana Prospects

Coach Yang Yang announced today the signing of Brook Ark, Helena High; Bella Bryan, Billings Skyview; Liddia Fontaine, Red Lodge; Merrin Schwend, Joliet, and Blythe Sealey, Roundup, to letters of...

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Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting for Three Local Businesses on June 11, 2021

323 L.O.V.E. 323 L.O.V.E. opened the first of May. The store is a gift shop and homemade crafts shop, owned by Heather Johnson. Big Sky Motel Under New Ownership Over the last year, the old...

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Battle Born Financial Advisor & Health Insurance Broker

Battle Born, is a new business to the Roundup area. They are, as the name implies, Health and Financial Advisors for our county. The area has never had a business here that does this. Sorting through...

Musselshell County Commission Agenda

MUSSELSHELL COUNTY COMMISSIONER’S AGENDA JUNE 11th, 2021 8:30 Call to order. Pledge of Allegiance Approval of Agenda Approval of minutes Commissioner Board information Old Business Extension Office repairs Storage for Courthouse Departments...

Letter's to the Editor

As I highlighted in my last letter, throughout the Nation education is a tumultous topic. During the Corona virus, educators faced the challenges of educating todays youth with remote means, while parents juggled work and school schedules with the...

Deafening Silence from the Montana Media

Crickets are chirping throughout the forests and plains of Big Sky Country, but the sound is not announcing the long-awaited blossoming of spring in the Rockies. Instead the crickets' eerie noises are all that can be heard in the midst of complete...

Wuhan Lab Leak: It's Not a "Theory"

Was SARS-COV-2 -- the virus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic -- created (or at least weaponized by being made transmissible to and between humans) in a Chinese research lab? Was it then leaked, accidentally or intentionally, from that lab into...

Wi-Fi Should Flow Just Like Water

More than 21 million Americans lack a reliable internet connection, according to the Federal Communications Commission. And that might be a low estimate. One watchdog group thinks the real number is closer to 42 million. These people were already...

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Grilled Onion & Skirt Steak Tacos

TOTAL TIME: Prep: 15 min. + marinating Grill: 5 min. YIELD: 8 servings. I grew up watching my grandmother and mother in the kitchen. My grandparents came from Mexico, and these skirt steak tacos...

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