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Graphic courtesy of Big Sky Carbon Sequestration Project.This schematic shows the process being used to capture and re-inject carbon dioxide at the Kevin Dome in northern Montana.
Bull bison battle in an annual mating ritual for the right to breed with females in a scene from Roqueta’s documentary.
Growing up in Florida did nothing to prepare Eddie Roqueta for spending hours in the cold of Yellowstone National Park making a film on bison last winter.
A state-leased helicopter pushes a bison back into Yellowstone National Park near West Yellowstone, an annual spring roundup by the Montana Department of Livestock.
After growing up in Florida, Eddie Roqueta decided to pursue a graduate degree at Montana State University in Science and Natural History Filmmaking. His thesis project from last year on Yellowstone’s bison is titled “Silencing the Thunder.”
Roqueta’s next film project is on sun bears in Malaysia, an area he visited last year.
In “Silencing the Thunder,” Paradise Valley rancher Druska Kinkie advocates for greater control of bison to avoid harming longtime Montana ranchers.
It is time to prepare our families for that first day and week of the school year. This point on the calendar requires serious effort to transition from the lazy days of summer to the highly scheduled school year routine. From my view, it is an instance of great excitement and new beginnings…
Russia’s ban on food imported from the West won’t make a ruble’s difference to Montana farmers, officials have said.
BOZEMAN — In a 60-play first scrimmage marked by expected dominance on defense, Montana State’s offense landed its share of counter-punches.
BOZEMAN -- Eight months of preparation culminates Monday at 2:30 p.m. when Rob Ash assembles his eighth Montana State football team for the first of 23 preseason practices leading to the team’s season opener Aug. 30 at Arkansas State.
Ekalaka really is in the middle of nowhere.
Montana’s wheat crop looks great, insiders say, but the sale price as harvest approaches is another story.
BOZEMAN — Pedaling down Black Street with three passengers in tow, Tony Lebaron stopped his cycle rickshaw at the intersection and waited for the light to turn green. Pedestrians strolling through the crosswalk turned to take a second look at the bright orange rickshaw and its driver.
JACKSON, Wyo. — Aspen trees that have been in decline on the National Elk Refuge for decades are showing some signs of bouncing back on parts of the preserve in northwest Wyoming, according to new research.
Anticipating home insurance problems after last May’s hail storm in Billings, Montana’s state insurance commissioner is dispatching claims experts to the city this week to meet with homeowners.
HUNTLEY — A gray, drizzly Thursday morning welcomed a cadre of Montana State University officials to the Southern Agricultural Research Center, where the group began the third day of an energy and agriculture tour of south central and Eastern Montana.
HELENA — Former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer set off a media and social media firestorm Wednesday night, as a magazine reported his comments about his “gaydar” going off over recently ousted U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and equating U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein with a prostitute.