- 1 Fruit sold at Costco, Sam's Club recalled after listeria found at packing company
- 2 Miles City man dies in rollover near Worden
- 3 Massive industrial fire shuts down state highway, causes flight cancelations
- 4 Man admits tying nooses on son's, ex-wife's necks, pulling them behind SUV
- 5 45 cows killed by single lightning strike near Darby
In his Feb. 26 guest opinion, John Roeber praises Montana’s history of “balancing” our love of the land with our extraction of mineral riches. He writes, “That balance is our ‘third way,’ where extremist positions take a back seat to pragmatism.”
Montana’s raw beauty and wide-open spaces are inexorably joined to harsh conditions like these recent minus 30 temperatures. Such dangerous conditions mean that neighbors sometimes have to work together just to survive even when they have a history of past conflicts. Maybe this is why Montan…
Could ‘clean coal’ finally live up to its name?
The debate continues about climate change. Is it a natural phenomenon? Is it man-induced? Most likely, it is a combination of both but to what degree? Even if it is partly man-induced, the U.S. must take the lead in developing technologies that can achieve a dramatic decline in carbon emissi…
CHEYENNE — Two state feasibility studies on natural gas and coal conversion technologies are under way, with a Sept. 1 deadline.
NEW YORK — America is shoveling coal to the sidelines.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Lawmakers are considering a name change for a task force and fund that provides money for research for innovative ways of dealing with carbon dioxide produced by burning coal.
CHEYENNE - Wyoming is pushing to make clean-coal technologies economically viable.