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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — FEBRUARY 20, 2019
The hunting of all mountain lions in western Montana hunting district 210, which includes portions of Missoula and Granite counties, will close at one-half hour after sunset on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – FEBRUARY 19, 2019
State Auditor Matt Rosendale announced in a Wednes...
With the skyrocketing cost of brand-new mobile dev...
The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Par...
HELENA—The Office of Public Instruction announced ...
For those hunters interested in applying for elk o...
GRANITE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE
DAILY MEDIA RELEASE FOR - 12/30/2018 TO 01/05/2019...
Looking for a way to get the most out of your summer evenings? Make it a night a...
There’s no better time than a new year to embrace healthy habits. And it’s easie...
Friday night, October 12, 2018 ushered in yet another home game victory win for the Flint Creek Titans as they sent the Mission Bulldogs home with an upset defeat with a final score of 68 points for the Titans and 24 points for the Bulldogs.
The Flint Creek Titans swept the field clean Friday night, September 21, 2018. The Titans destroyed their opponents in an upset defeat to the Horsemen from Plains, Montana. The spectacular win set the theme for a memorable Homecoming celebration. .
Montana State def. Southern Utah 25-23, 23-25, 25-21, 25-20
Sept. 25, 2018 – MISSOULA, Mont. – Montana State got out to the lead it wanted, but was unable to hold on as Montana rallied from a 2-1 deficit to post a 16-25, 25-18, 22-25, 27-25, 15-11 win over the Bobcats on Tuesday night in Dahlberg Arena to remain undefeated in Big Sky Conference play.
WHO: Montana State at Eastern Washington
WHEN: Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019 @ 7 p.m. (MT)
PHILIPSBURG - When Jaden Comings leaves Granite High School Sunday afternoon, she'll do so as one of the more notable athletes the school has ever had. She was a dominant figure on the volleyball and basketball courts, and when teamed with junior Sarah Goff was one of the top doubles tennis teams in...
Southwest Montana Little League Update for June 15, 2017
A look at action for last week's play in Southwest Montana Little Lague Baseball...
In August of 2015 Mary Cheryl Beeby, formerly the Director of the Montana US Tennis Association for ten years, wanted to significantly help empower the Granite Prospectors Girls Tennis team which had newly formed in 2014. As a result of Ms. Beeby’s efforts the Tennis Camp was created.
DRUMMOND - It was a tough day for the Bull Riders at the Drummond Rodeo, with the Bulls winning more than they lost. Nevada Newman edged out Parker Breding for the title!
Four installations around campus will immerse viewers in a multimedia experience of art and science that will convey the powerful message of their fusion. An opening reception is set for 6:30 p.m., with the installation art walk from 7 to 9 p.m.
Large-scale works by Montana artists Ben Pease, John Isaiah Pepion, Carlin Bear Don’t Walk, Alisha Fisher and Casey Figueroa create the Indigenous Art in Time Gallery in the hallway to SUB meeting rooms.
Baby Humming Birds from Arizona. Not yet ready to make their way to Montana. Photographed by Craig Sorenson of Philipsburg Montana.
Love wine? Build your next vacation around it! Wine regions have delicious food, beautiful views and amazing history.
To select your next travel destination, get inspired by global wine brand, The Seeker, which produces wines all around the world to ensure each varietal is made in the region where ...
Whether you’re a sports enthusiast or a nature lover, you are likely going to be taking full advantage of the great fall weather by getting outdoors this season. Before heading out, consider the following tips to make the most of your time.
Get a Head Start
Heading afar for your outdoor trek? Reme...
At any given time, up to 5,000 aircraft are in American skies. Ten million passenger flights took place in 2016. The “Golden Age” of air travel may feel like it’s long gone in a time of heightened security and since the advent of mass affordable flight, but experts say that consumers can expect flyi...
Minor Union Day Special Event 12-B Mucker and a demonstration of,
The Royal Mine Stamp Mill Renovation @
The Original Hope Mill Site
Where the Montana Rocky Mountain Mining Town, Philipsburg Montana all began in 1867!
More than half of Americans are planning to take a vacation this summer, according to a Bankrate survey.
While these excursions are meant to be fun and relaxing, road trips and long flights can lead to health risks that you know about, like jet lag, and some you may not be familiar with, such as le...
Winter is dirty, and unfortunately, all that slush, salt and mud coincides with the use of the delicate and expensive part of your wardrobe, from wool and cashmere sweaters and scarves to swanky party wear.
Fun floral prints, pops of color and luxury materials are all making appearances in footwear, accessories and ready-to-wear items this fall. Fashion lovers will have the freedom to update their wardrobe by selecting a few key pieces -- without feeling the need to overhaul their entire closets.
There’s no better time than a new year to embrace healthy habits. And it’s easier to embrace a “new me” mentality by fueling your body with the goodness it needs now. You can incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your daily regimen with one simple snack hack: smoothies! Smoothies are convenien...
Want to elevate your home décor in the new year? Whether you’re going for farmhouse style or mid-century modern décor, make a statement in every room, even the most neglected spaces.
Running a household can be expensive, but experts say that there are new ways you can save big on needed items.
The MSU College of Agriculture program benefits students in the animal sciences by providing hands-on learning of the beef industry.
BOZEMAN — Among the many dishes Montana State University serves to its students, staff and visitors, it’s hard to find a recipe that doesn’t include at least one ingredient that came from a Montana farm or ranch.
Strolling among the cuisine counters at Miller Dining Commons recently, Kara Landolfi,...
Over half of pet parents plan to dress up their dogs for Halloween, according to a Wag! survey.
Decorated veteran Justin Minyard struggled for years with chronic back pain. And though his prescribed opioids provided only minimal relief, he developed a dependency on them. Unfortunately, such circumstances are common, as a growing number of patients are struggling with a choice between addictive...
Abdominal pain? Diarrhea? An estimated 16 million Americans live with a type of irritable bowel syndrome called IBS-D (the D stands for diarrhea), and it affects both men and women almost equally. However, only 30 percent of individuals consult a physician about their symptoms.
It seems that everyone these days has a friend following a “keto-friendly” diet -- a low-carb eating plan designed to make the body burn fat more efficiently.
Does your schedule, have you on-the-move? Check out these easy ways to healthfully keep hunger at bay, no matter where your busy life takes you, including at home!
When it comes to car travel, families know that keeping baby safe and happy is essential, and understanding the latest expert recommendations is one of the best ways to help keep children as safe as possible.
This Halloween, families are projected to spend $2.6 billion on candy this year, according to the National Retail Federation. Unfortunately, Halloween can quickly go from spooky to scary with precautions that start right in your own home when it comes to medicine safety.
Heat tools, color processing and even the simple act of brushing, can cause hair to lose its strength. Indeed, eight out of 10 women in the U.S. experience some form of damaged hair, according to an IPSOS Brand Health Study. But there’s good news, say experts.
MSU will host a two-day personal trainer workshop and certification May 19-20 at the Hosaeus Fitness Center.
It’s an issue that can affect anyone, but one that not everyone likes to talk about: smelly feet. Caused when sweat accumulates on the skin and fuels the growth of odor-causing bacteria, it’s an embarrassing situation that can afflict anyone, from professionals who spend all day in dress socks to we...
With seemingly constant negative news reports telling of school shootings, suicides and more, you may feel like there is little to feel hopeful about these days, but experts say that having hope can be a powerful tool in good times and bad.
Looking for a way to get the most out of your summer evenings? Make it a night at the drive-in at home! With the right equipment and planning, you can easily enjoy your favorite movies under the stars, right in your own backyard. Here are a few simple steps for bringing your new favorite tradition t...
When it comes to entertaining ourselves at home, there are more options than ever before. Whether you are looking to upgrade your family’s existing movie night experience or you are just getting started in assembling a home theater system, here are five reasons to consider doing so now.
"Ryan Chrys and the Rough Cuts" stop in Philipsburg, Montana and performed at the Philipsburg Brewing Company, Wednesday, August 15th, 2018.
UFO and Extra-Terrestrial expert Joan Bird, speaks with Michelle Risho and Julian Ricci about her new book, "Montana UFO's and Extraterrestrials".
Keep the excitement of the new school year going by finding fun ways to encourage learning at home.
Consider introducing interactive and engaging books into your household that make STEAM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) more accessible.
Whether going on an epic adventure, hunting for treasure, exploring vast wondrous lands, or playing sports, video gamers are always seeking the latest ways to create the ultimate experience at home.
It’s a brave, new world in Montana … well, at least on your gaming system it is.
Ubisoft released Far Cry 5 February 2, 2018 in London, making it the fifth installment of this wildly popular gaming series. It is the first time that the game has ventured onto American soil, and Big Sky country is th...
GRANITE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE
DAILY MEDIA RELEASE FOR - 12/30/2018 TO 01/05/2019
After a great deal of hard work by a good deal of fantastic people, the crew working on the ice rink ran into some hiccups with the chiller and refrigeration, when they turned it on this last week.
Good morning from Helena!
Yesterday, the House Business and Labor Committee heard the 10 pm bill – HB 185, sponsored by Rep. Dave Fern (D-Whitefish). We expect the committee to vote on the bill this Friday. We can get HB 185 out of committee but we have work to do.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – JANUARY 7, 2019 - ALL MOUNTAIN LION HUNTING TO CLOSE IN HD'S 323, 324, 325 & 327
Kristina Anderson will deliver “Safety is Personal: Lessons Learned as a Survivor of the Virginia Tech Tragedy,” at 7 p.m. in MSU’s Strand Union Building Ballrooms. The event is free and open to the public.
President Donald Trump said he launched missile strikes on Syria in retaliation for an apparent chemical attack by the regime of Bashar al-Assad on a rebel town.
If there is one word that characterizes the state of U.S. trade relations with China it is “uncertainty.”
Uncertainty over whether the tariff threats will be fully enacted. Uncertainty as to how deep and wide the looming trade war with China could extend. Uncertainty as to how it might impact the U...
Hurricane season is in full swing, running from June through November. Unfortunately, no one can stop a tropical storm or hurricane from happening and both types of weather events are increasingly impacting larger portions of the U.S. However, there are steps you can take that will help you weather ...
In light of recent events in Phillipsburg, Montana, and in other towns across the United States, I feel this week’s political cartoon shown in the newspaper is inappropriate and disrespectful.
PHILIPSBURG - "It's your children in this school. My children are in this school. And the safety of the children is my number one priority."
BOZEMAN — The Montana State University National Teachers Enhancement Network will offer its three final courses of the semester with one starting on March 4 and two on March 11.
When you check out the latest smartphones from Apple, Google or Samsung, you’ll notice they have something in common: glass designs. Why? Glass allows for wireless charging, better connection signals, bigger display screens, and truth be told, glass feels great and looks beautiful. But these feature...
Whether it’s to stream a movie from the bedroom or lock the front door using smart home technology, you’ve likely come to expect Wi-Fi to reach every corner of your house. The reality is that there are certain locations in many homes where Internet-connected devices and smartphones are unable to rec...
BOZEMAN – A Montana State University study of the history of Yellowstone National Park’s vegetation was recently highlighted by the editors of a prestigious journal dedicated to the advancement of science.
Hikmet Budak, Winifred Asbjornson Plant Sciences Chair, is one of 200 international scientists who co-published an article this week detailing the description of the genome of bread wheat. The implications of the publication include greater food security.