CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Gov. Matt Mead has met with Taiwanese officials in Cheyenne and says he looks forward to building greater trade and cooperation with the island nation that has a powerful hunger for Wyoming coal.
Montana’s $1.7 billion wheat industry is watching cautiously as foreign buyers react negatively to unauthorized genetically modified wheat discovered in Oregon.
HELENA — The state says it is opening three Asian trade offices to replace one recently closed in Taiwan.
HELENA -- The Montana Department of Commerce says state exports reached a record high in 2011.
After nearly six years, a trio of trade agreements capable of generating 250,000 U.S. jobs and boosting farm profits is almost complete, but needs a push from manufacturing and farm-state lawmakers to succeed.
BUFFALO, Wyo. -- Two young women are dead and a Gillette man faces criminal charges in connection with a rollover van crash in Johnson County.
More international students will be taking classes at Montana State University Billings this fall thanks to an effort that’s been in the works for several years.
Montanans are nervously eyeing an emerging ban on U.S. beef by Taiwan, the sixth-largest foreign customer for American meat.
GREAT FALLS - A delegation from Taiwan is in Montana this week to check out the state's wheat crop.