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BOZEMAN – Carson Butler and Jesse DeVoe once sat still as stones while bighorn sheep grazed within 20 feet of them for an hour. Another time, DeVoe watched a golden eagle screaming from the sky as though it planned to scare a bighorn lamb off a cliff.
BOZEMAN – A Labrador that’s trained to find cadavers and a border collie plucked from a Bozeman animal shelter are helping rid Montana of noxious weeds.
BOZEMAN -- Jaime Waydo first dreamed of sending something to Mars when she was a Montana seventh-grader more familiar with seed potatoes than space.
BOZEMAN -- Montana State University faculty and students are back in Antarctica monitoring Weddell seals in the most pristine ocean left in the world, but dramatic changes in the sea ice are causing new challenges.
BOZEMAN -- A Montana State University graduate student who shares his father's dream for reintroducing buffalo to a Wyoming Indian reservation has received a national fellowship from the Environmental Protection Agency.
BOZEMAN -- The Montana State University satellite that has been orbiting the Earth since Oct. 28 has been renamed to honor the late William Hiscock, who was director of the Montana Space Grant Consortium until his death in 2009.
BOZEMAN -- Talk to the people of Broadus, and you'll hear lots of fond stories about Elliott Barnhart, the native son who played football for Montana State University from 2004 to 2007.
BOZEMAN — Mariah Mayfield sometimes flies over the upper Clark Fork River in a two-seater airplane. Other times, she floats down the river in a kayak, or walks for miles along its banks.
BOZEMAN - Todd, 57, loves strategy games like checkers, Connect Four and Italian lawn bowling. The faster he can fly down a mountain on his sit-down skis the better.
BOZEMAN — A Montana State University robot that sometimes had a spooky mind of its own is at the Kennedy Space Center to see if it can dig more moon dirt than any other student-built robot.
BOZEMAN - If Matt A. Tucker seems to be everywhere, it's not just because he's one of two Matt Tuckers at Montana State University.
BOZEMAN - A 15,000-mile road trip revealed that Montana is becoming two very different places, says Bill Wyckoff, a Montana State University professor who found that out while dodging rattlesnakes, hornets and cars.
BOZEMAN - The hunt for ancient sea monsters sometimes calls for extreme paleontologists.
BOZEMAN - Thirty years ago, Elise Donohue moved to Montana from Denver and became a rancher.
In late 2003, the country's first case of mad cow disease killed the Christmas spirit for many ranchers and forced even nonproducers to think about the pros and cons of a national animal identification plan.
BOZEMAN - The year is ending with a big bang for a Montana State University astrophysicist who helped determine that the universe is 78 billion light years across.
BOZEMAN - Excuse John Kinross-Wright if he's seemed a bit tired lately.
BOZEMAN - Brad McMichael and Jenny Folsom are mosquito wranglers on a mission.
BOZEMAN - People who encounter mountain lions should respond more aggressively than previously thought, according to a Montana State University-Bozeman researcher.
BOZEMAN — Montana and other western states used to use fairs to attract settlers and investors, emphasizing progress over nostalgia to draw the adventurous newcomers, according to Montana State University historians who have studied world, state and county fairs.