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  • By SCOTT BOSSE

For any Montanan who loves rivers, this is an exciting time of the year. As the sun shines stronger and the days get longer, our rivers are st…

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A U.S. Senate hearing has been scheduled for March 17 to consider a bill that would protect East Rosebud Creek in the Beartooth Mountains.

East Rosebud Creek should stay the way it is – a ribbon of clear water tumbling from the top of the Beartooth Mountains down a breathtaking va…

U.S. Rep. Steve Daines, R-Mont., introduced a bill Thursday to protect East Rosebud Creek in Carbon County under the federal Wild and Scenic R…

East Rosebud Creek should stay the way it is – a ribbon of clear water tumbling from the top of the Beartooth Mountains down a breathtaking va…

An East Rosebud Creek protection bill got a hearing before a U.S. Senate committee on Wednesday with Montana Sen. John Walsh testifying in sup…

A bill to protect East Rosebud Creek in the Beartooth Mountains from development is set for a hearing on Wednesday before the U.S. Senate’s En…

The Friends of East Rosebud, which is working to protect East Rosebud Creek from development, is holding a series of runs along the scenic waterway.

Bright future. Congratulations to all of the area high school graduates. You don’t have to look too far to see students who have promising fu…

Montana U.S. Sen. John Walsh on Thursday introduced a bill that would protect from development East Rosebud Creek in the Beartooth Mountains u…

Organizers scrambled to add several additional rows of chairs in the Community Room at the Billings Public Library, 510 N. Broadway, to accomm…

  • By MARY ELLEN MANGUS

As a longtime property owner in the East Rosebud Valley and owner of an outdoor retail store in nearby Red Lodge, I am deeply concerned about …

SOUTH OF ROSCOE — First it was fire. Now it’s a hydro project.Residents of the East Rosebud valley had no way to stop the Shepard Mountain fire that roared through the drainage and torched their cabins 16 years ago. But this time, many of the same residents see an opportunity to halt what they consider another threat in their backyards: a small hydropower facility.

  • LARRY MAYER\Gazette Staff

The East Rosebud Creek flows from the Beartooth Mountains and eventually joins the Stillwater River.