Real estate markets in much of Montana are booming, according to University of Montana researchers. But the strong rise in housing prices since the great recession is creating an issue of affordability.
- UM Researchers Expect Better Economic Growth In 2018
- Housing Costs Outpacing Median Incomes In Montana, BBER Says
- 2017 Drought Means Higher Wheat Prices For Montana Farmers
- Allegations Against Keillor Far Beyond Single Touch, Minnesota Public Radio Says
- Montana Mandates 'Net Neutrality' For State Contracts
- Stonewall Logging Project Being Reconsidered After Wildfires
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Public Radio provided additional details of allegations of sexual harassment against humorist Garrison Keillor on Tuesday, saying his alleged conduct went well beyond his account in November of accidentally touching a woman's bare back. MPR said in a statement that Keillor was accused by a woman who worked on his "A Prairie Home Companion" radio show of dozens of sexually inappropriate incidents over several years, including requests for sexual contact and explicit sexual communications and touching.
Humans tend to sense and respond to winter - the cold, the snow, the wind, the short days - by controlling their environment. We mediate winter's effect by living in a warm house, wearing thick jackets or flying like "snowbirds" south to warm and sunny climates.