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Glacier Park Looks to Rebuild Summer Shuttle Service - Flathead Beacon Glacier National Park officials are seeking a shuttle service operator after Flathead County ended a 12-year partnership with the park late last year. However, park officials say they are confident… more.

Report Offers Blueprint for MT's Clean Transportation Future - Montanans will have to change how they get around in order to cut their carbon footprint, and a new report offers a road map on how to get there. Among the recommendations in "Destination: Zero Carbon and quot; is phasing out fossil fuel powered car sales by 2035….

Montana health officials prepare for coronavirus Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services officials are preparing for the possible spread of coronavirus in the U. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently warned that the virus is likely to spread in America.

Continental Resources Shares Fall 15% On Weak 2020 Outlook Continental Resources Inc. on Feb. 26 forecast lower-than-expected free cash flow for the year despite keeping capital spending flat, sending shares of the shale producer down 17% in after-market trading.

Get ready to spring forward! Daylight saving time starts in 10 days Mathematically, that Sunday is the shortest day of the year at just 23 hours. But you'll get the hour back this fall, unless the rule changes. You can read more about that effort going on in the Kentucky legislaturehere. Some people say they don't mind the time shift.

Glacier National Park officials celebrate reopening of Sperry Chalet Glacier National Park officials held a special event at the Red Lion Hotel in Kalispell Wednesday night celebrating the grand reopening of Sperry Chalet. The chalet was mostly destroyed< /span> in the Sprague fire of 2017, which burned thousands of acres in Glacier National Park.

Senate Democrats block Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act Senate Democrats blocked two bills Tuesday aimed at banning abortions after 20 weeks and threatening prison for health care providers who don't give medical aid to babies born after failed abortions.

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Jimmy John's Warned By FDA Over E. Coli: Anne Arundel Locations "Jimmy John's has not demonstrated implementation of long-term sustainable corrections to its supply chain to assure the safety of ingredients used in its products." In response, Jimmy John's has removed sprouts from the menu at all of its locations, including in Anne Arundel County.

Kendal Manuel putting finishing touches on 'underdog' college basketball career with Montana "It's crazy to think about because I feel like my whole career throughout basketball, I've kind of been a guy that's overlooked and an underdog type of situation, and to be able to make and accomplish those different things, being able to go to a Power 5 school, come here and go to the NCAA Tournament and all those different things out of...

Fight at Bozeman hotel spills into street, causes collision Four people were involved in a physical altercation in front of a Bozeman hotel Wednesday afternoon that spilled into the street and eventually caused a two-vehicle collision, according to Bozeman police.

Greg Gianforte Takes Credit for Rural Broadband He Voted Against Just how stupid does Greg Gianforte think Montanans are? Almost two years after voting against an appropriations bill that included a $3.3 million grant for high-speed broadband service for rural Beaverhead County, Gianforte showed up in Dillon to take credit for the measure at a Monday celebration.

Montana Supreme Court hears arguments in solar power rate case On Wednesday morning, the Montana Supreme Court held oral arguments in a long-running lawsuit over small solar energy projects in the state.

ARCO Agrees To $30 Million Anaconda Cleanup Anaconda-Deer Lodge County has reached a nearly $30 million agreement with a former oil producer to clean up an old smelter site, according to the Montana.

Montana Department of Commerce Announces Second Round of Funding to Promote Tourism Growth in Eastern Montana Almost $300,000 will Support Plans in Nine Communities to Strengthen Tourism and Local Economies Across eastern Montana. HELENA, Mont. - The Montana Department of Commerce today announced a second round of grant awards to support efforts from nine communities to promote long-term tourism and economic development in eastern Montana.

Big Sky Conference title nice - but not enough - for Montana State women BOZEMAN - The Montana State women's basketball team is riding high with four games left to go in the regular season. On Saturday, the Bobcats defeated rival Montana and clinched at least a share of the Big Sky Conference regular-season title.

Montana no longer top three nationwide in suicide rate The American Association of Suicidology released its latest report on suicide rates, and Montana seems to be making progress. For the first time in the last decade, Montana did not rank among the top three states in suicide rates.

Montana Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Solar Power Cost The Montana Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday over how the Public Service Commission should set the rates NorthWestern Energy has to pay for power it.

U.S. Says Resuming Coal Sales Has Little Impact; Critics Balk The Trump administration said Wednesday a resumption of coal sales from public lands that had been blocked under former President Barack Obama will result.

Welcome to the Montana PostCast! Now Available on Apple, Google, and Spotify Given my rudimentary audio skills, I hesitate to call it a podcast, but the doors are wide open for our latest venture at the Montana Post, the Montana PostCast, a limited foray into the world of audio reporting, commentary, and interviews.

Who’s positioned to gain from adult-use marijuana legalization? Another boom could arrive in April 2021, when Montana marijuana dispensaries would be allowed to begin selling to anyone age 21 and over.

Stevensville PD: Be on the lookout for bogus money The Stevensville Police Department is asking people to be on the lookout for some fake money that’s been making the rounds.

Glacier NP looking at new communications plan Glacier National Park officials are looking to improve communications including computers, radio, and phones.

Madison Valley stakeholders hope to reduce human-carnivore conflict with animal compost site It’s the county and local producers coming together to work out a problem to actually conserve not only their own livestock but our wildlife in the area.”.

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