Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced he would establish a Grizzly Bear Advisory Council to spark a statewide discussion on grizzly bear management, conservation and recovery.
Judge blocks drilling on federal lands in Wyoming, demands future oil and gas leases consider climate change
A federal judge has blocked drilling on over 300,000 acres of land in Wyoming, ruling the Bureau of Land Management failed to consider the impact
HELENA – Governor Steve Bullock is announcing the formation of a “Grizzly Bear Advisory Council”, helping to set up the state to take a more
The night sky will be a little brighter starting on Tuesday with the third and final supermoon of 2019. Supermoons occur when the moon is
BOZEMAN, Mont.- Montana Senator Steve Daines and Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski met at the Wild Sheep Foundation on Sunday to talk about the recent passage
The Montana Governor’s Goat Tag was auctioned off this weekend for a whopping $60,500. The Great Falls chapter of Safari Club International held their annual
The first-ever Save The Snow Summit takes place at Maverick Mountain and the University of Montana Western in Dillon. Two friends, Dr. Spruce Schoenemann and
Applications for backcountry camping in Glacier National Park open Friday, March 15, but with a new twist. All advanced reservation applications for standard groups of
The first grizzly bear sighting of 2019 has been reported in Yellowstone National Park. On Friday, March 8, visitors saw a large grizzly bear between
HELENA – March marks the beginning of open burning season in Montana and officials are reminding people to pay attention to what they’re burning and the
KALISPELL – For the first time in years, a string of negative temperature days froze two main lakes in the Flathead Valley. Jim Craft, a
ST. IGNATIUS – Wildlife officials in the Mission Valley report there have been sightings of two young grizzly bears in the valley this past week.
Gray Wolf (Courtesy: Yellowstone National Park) The Trump administration is proposing to strip federal protections for gray wolves, which would end nearly a half-century of
Just because the state has heavy snowpack doesn’t mean this fire season will be any better. (MTN News photo) KALISPELL – With the heavy snowfall
A pair of missing and stuck snowmobilers were rescued on Thursday after spending the night in the extreme backcountry area near Teepee Creek basin, north