Plum Creek Timber Co
A judge has ruled the U.S. government must better analyze how protected species would be affected before any more logging is done on about 111,000 acres The Nature Conservancy handed over to The U.S. Forest Service.
KALISPELL — Plum Creek Timber Co. officials say a bearing failure led to the explosions and fire at the company's fiberboard plant in Columbia Falls.
COLUMBIA FALLS – After initial reports that several people were missing following a Tuesday afternoon explosion at Plum Creek Timber Co., authorities say everyone who was in the affected facility has been accounted for, and no one was hospitalized.
MISSOULA — Most of the forest burned in the Lolo Creek Complex fire belonged to Plum Creek Timber Co., which hopes to recover what it can of the blackened trees this fall.
COLUMBIA FALLS — U.S. Rep. Steve Daines is traveling across Western Montana to promote the state’s trove of natural resources this week, and on Thursday the Republican lawmaker met with plant managers at Plum Creek Timber Co.’s medium-density fiberboard mill in Columbia Falls, the largest of…
MISSOULA — Rising lumber prices have convinced Plum Creek Timber Co. to reopen its Evergreen stud mill, starting April 1.
Wellington Rankin was one of the most powerful men in Montana when he died in 1966. The Missoula-born attorney had wound his way through a string of top jobs, including state attorney general, U.S. district attorney, associate justice of the Montana Supreme Court and Republican national comm…
MISSOULA -- .A new proposal to protect timberlands west of Lolo Pass could save jobs for Idaho towns, if its supporters can find a legal way to push it through.
MISSOULA — Plum Creek Timber Co. shut down operations at its plywood plant in Columbia Falls on Monday following two on-site injuries that occurred last week within 24 hours of each other.
Philanthropist Hansjorg Wyss grew up in Switzerland and now spends the bulk of his time outside Philadelphia, but it is the wild landscapes of the Rocky Mountains where he could leave his most lasting mark.
MISSOULA — Plans for four new public areas around the former Milltown Dam river confluence are up for public input this month.
HELENA — The U.S. Department of Labor has announced a $1.8 million grant to offering job training and other assistance to about 450 workers laid off by wood products companies in western Montana.
MISSOULA - The public took ownership of 112,000 acres of Plum Creek Timber Co. land earlier this week when the second phase of the Montana Legacy Project took effect.
SUPERIOR — A plan to buy 41,000 acres at Fish Creek to create Montana's second-largest state park is leaving some with mixed feelings.
COLUMBIA FALLS - Former employees of the Plum Creek Timber Co. sawmill in Columbia Falls are eligible to receive training and other assistance from a federal government program.
MISSOULA - Missoula County is ready to drop its request for documents relating to private negotiations between the U.S. Forest Service and Plum Creek Timber Co. over forest road easements, a deputy county attorney said.
HELENA - Plum Creek Timber Co. wrote to Agriculture Undersecretary Mark Rey on Thursday, thanking him for work on a national forest road deal that the company advocated amid protests in Montana, then abandoned.