Montana News

Wolf Hunting
5:33 pm
Mon September 9, 2013

Wolf Hunt Sabotage manual continues to stir controversy on both sides of wolf debate

An environmental group called Earth First! is distributing a manual on how to sabotage the upcoming wolf hunting season.

It lays out steps for disrupting wolf hunts through methods such as smoke bombs and air horns as well as steps for destroying wolf traps.

The guide, released last month, continues to generate controversy.

Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce speaks with people on both sides of the trapping debate who disapprove of the manual—for different reasons.

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Commerce Secy
11:17 am
Mon September 9, 2013

U.S. Secretary of Commerce tours Missoula store

Liquid Planet owner Scott Billadeau giving Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker a tour of his store
Sally Mauk

She's ranked number 271 on the Forbes list of the 400 wealthiest Americans.

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Clean Energy
11:03 am
Fri September 6, 2013

U.S. falling behind in clean energy development

Pew Clean Energy Program Director, Phyllis Cuttino
Credit Pew Charitable Trusts

Clean energy advocates are closely watching the tax reform efforts in Congress, and hoping that reform provides clear and helpful policies for clean energy development.

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Montana News
6:26 pm
Thu September 5, 2013

Fox asking MT Supreme Court to prevent Rambold resentencing hearing

Attorney General Tim Fox

Attorney General Tim Fox is asking the Montana Supreme Court to prohibit a District Judge from holding a resentencing hearing this Friday on the 30-day prison sentence a former Billings teacher received for raping his 14-year-old student.

The case has prompted widespread criticism from around the country.

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Flathead Valley Community College
3:25 pm
Thu September 5, 2013

Mono, strep, pregnancy among the tests available to students at new clinic

Testing for mono and strep as well as pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases is a service available in-house to students at the new Flathead Valley Community College Student Health Clinic.
Credit Katrin Frye

The Flathead Valley Community College becomes the first stand-alone 2-year college in the state to offer a health clinic for students. The FVCC Student Health Clinic opened in the new Rebecca Chaney Broussard Center for Nursing and Health Sciences with the beginning of the fall semester.

Physicians Assistant Shelley Naomi said she can treat patients for a range of ailments from preventative care like well-woman annual exams to flu shots, treating the common cold, and sexually transmitted disease testing.

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Title IX
2:09 pm
Thu September 5, 2013

41 years of Title IX

Lucy France
Credit University of Montana

The University of Montana's Legal Counsel presented a campus lecture today examining Title IX's impact in America over the last four decades.

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Tribal Meeting
4:46 pm
Wed September 4, 2013

Tribal leaders say budget cuts are hurting the poorest of the poor

Montana tribal leaders meet with Montana Senator Jon Tester and Washington Senator Maria Cantwell, chairwoman of the Senate Indian Affairs committee, in Missoula
Credit Sally Mauk

Tribal leaders from around Montana gathered in Missoula this afternoon, to tell the chairwoman of the Senate Indian Affairs committee what they think is needed to boost economic development in Indian country.

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Smuin Ballet
11:12 am
Wed September 4, 2013

Missoula native Michael Smuin’s ballet legacy alive and well

Smuin Ballet company performing work based on the music of Patsy Cline
Credit David DeSilva

The Smuin Ballet will celebrate its 20th anniversary with performances in Missoula and Great Falls this month.

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Healthy Snacks
1:39 pm
Tue September 3, 2013

Healthy snacks not an oxymoron for this new Missoula company

Credit Sally Mauk

You get that craving say mid-afternoon, when the computer is down, and dinner is still hours away; you go to the vending machine and punch the Cheetos button.

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West Nile Virus
1:12 pm
Mon September 2, 2013

West Nile strikes more Montana horses

The Montana Department of Livestock has confirmed several new cases of West Nile virus in Montana horses over the past week.

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