Now that fire season has extended into the school year, many western Montana schools have been keeping kids inside because of heavy smoke. But that doesn’t mean they’re breathing clean air. Some community partnerships are springing up to try to get air filters into more classrooms.
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Fire officials on the Sprague Fire burning in Glacier National Park had good news and bad news at a public fire meeting at Park Headquarters Wednesday night. The good news, they told a standing room only crowd of more than 150 people, is that the smoke choking the Flathead Valley has also been dampening fire activity, holding the Sprague Fire at roughly 13,000 acres.
Submissions for the most prolific documentary event in the American West are now open to another documentary form. The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival has issued an open call for audio documentaries for consideration in an all-new AudioDocs program to be presented at the 15th annual festival in Missoula, Montana, February 16-25, 2018.