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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The University of Wyoming’s Mason Finley earned the bronze medal in the discus on Friday at the U.S. Track and Field Outdoor National Championships at Sacramento State’s Hornet Stadium.
A policy discussion about putting a hold on acquisition of new parklands at a time when resources are stretched will be one of the topics the Montana State Parks and Recreation Board will discuss when it meets at Makoshika State Park’s Visitor Center in Glendive on Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A new study conducted by the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana’s College of Forestry and Conservation found there is a demand for public transportation to and from trailheads as well as river- and lake-access sites throughout the Top 10 Scenic Drives …
A seasonal closure on the Dryhead Vista road from the overlook to the Forest Service boundary with the Bureau of Land Management is being extended in the Pryor Mountains.
The Main Boulder River corridor from Natural Bridge to Fleming Bridge is open for firewood cutting with a valid permit.
BOZEMAN -- Two former college basketball standouts will make guest appearances at Montana State’s basketball camps this summer, Bobcats coach Brian Fish announced.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- The Big Sky Conference will review its men’s and women’s basketball championship model and explore an alternate structure, which could include a predetermined location, the league announced Wednesday at the conclusion of its spring meetings.
Dr. Roberta Hawk, board-certified dermatologist, and Matt Furber, physician assistant, will be hosting a free skin cancer screening for the public on June 13 from 8 to 11 a.m. at the Yellowstone Medical Center across from St. Vincent Healthcare's Emergency Room at 2900 12th Ave. N., Suite 240 W.).
For as long as cars have been around, owners have tried to figure out ways to make them look bette. Some things are practical and functional, while others are strictly for looks; some things went quickly out of style while others have been around for years.
LARAMIE, Wyo. -- With four more event titles Saturday, the Wyoming men’s and women’s track and field teams concluded an historic 2014 Mountain West Outdoor Championships by finishing fifth and fourth, respectively, at the Madrid Sports Complex.
BOZEMAN -- Former Oregon guard Brandon Lincoln joined Montana State as an assistant men’s basketball coach Tuesday.
The Whitney Houston tribute show originally scheduled for May 5 at the Alberta Bair Theater has been rescheduled for Monday, June 9. All tickets will be honored for the new date. Refunds will be given through May 16. For more, contact the ABT box office at 256-6052.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Wyoming Beef Council invites Wyoming residents to submit original beef recipes that can be prepared and cooked in 30 minutes or less for a chance to have it profiled in the state’s beef promotion efforts.
BOZEMAN -- New Montana State men’s basketball coach Brian Fish has made his first additions to the roster, landing a pair of high school players out of Arizona.
CHANDLER, Ariz. -- A Ram Choi carded a final-round 67 as she captured medalist honors and led Portland State to the Big Sky Conference golf championship on Tuesday.
Comments are being sought on a draft environmental assessment for the purchase of permanent easements at Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park in Jefferson County and Thompson Falls State Park in Sanders County.
Sixty-four objections were filed over the Shoshone National Forest’s final forest plan, draft record of decision and final environmental impact statement during the comment period, which has now expired.
Margaret Ping has been awarded the YWCA of Billings' first Meritorious Service Award.
The Billings Kiwanis Club is seeking donated youth bicycles that need little or no repair. Bikes will be cleaned up, repaired and given to families in need during the 16th Annual Youth Bicycle Rodeo scheduled for 10 a.m. May 17 at Pioneer Park.
Take a walk on the wild side with Montana State University Billings with a Day at ZooMontana on Saturday.
The public is invited to an armchair discussion Tuesday on the importance of energy and the Keystone XL Pipeline moderated by Yellowstone County Commissioner Bill Kennedy, with special guests Donald P. Loren, former deputy assistant secretary of defense for Homeland Security Integration, and…
The Billings Community Foundation will once again award grants to nonprofit organizations.
Participants in the inaugural class of a two-year program offering education and training to future leaders in agriculture and natural resources attended seminars in Billings from Thursday through Saturday.
Better Business Bureau is warning Montana residents with a 406 area code of a phone scam that appears to come from a legitimate Verizon customer service phone number.
The bearded blues rockers, ZZ Top, is playing the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman on March 26. Doors open at 6:30 and the show starts at 7:30 p.m.
American Auto Body in Billings will present a free car care clinic for women on Jan. 15 at 6 p.m. at 650 S. 20th St. W.
The Bureau of Land Management is taking comments on a proposal to use prescribed fires across more than 3,300 acres of the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument in Blaine County this spring.
The National Park Service is extending the public comment period for 15 days on a plan to implement infrastructure upgrades to the electrical power distribution system in Yellowstone National Park.
The Montana Women’s Run has announced $89,000 in donations to women’s health and fitness programs in the community.
The National Park Service is extending the public comment period on an environmental assessment that evaluates the proposed issuance of concession contracts for guided, interpretive saddle and pack stock tours in Yellowstone National Park.
Grammy Award-winning pianist and composer George Winston is performing at the Alberta Bair Theater on Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $28.50.
The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation has accepted a $1.7 million bid from RY Timber for the Palisades Timber Sale project in Carbon County.
Self-advocates, legal experts and entrepreneurs will be among the speakers at the Arc Montana Conference on Thursday and Friday at the Hilton Garden Inn in Billings.
The annual Pumpkins for Kids Celebration weekend is set for Oct. 11-12.
Continuing to build upon the many successful Healthy By Design initiatives, Heather R. Fink has been hired as the community health improvement coordinator.
Roughly 6,000 acres in the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range would be selectively burned by the Bureau of Land Management over several years to lesson the danger of a large fire under a proposed plan outlined in an environmental assessment.
Anglers and recreationists have reported a large summer fish kill on Baker Lake in southeast Montana.
The Jefferson River will reopen to fishing beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday thanks to improving stream flows and cooling temperatures.
Montana senior Senator Max Baucus has unveiled a video public service announcement that touts the upcoming Montana Jobs Summit as the “biggest and best yet.”
Jody Grant has been named the Alberta Bair Theater’s director of marketing and corporate relations.
A new advisory council tasked with simplifying the structure of the state’s hunting and fishing licenses is set to meet in Helena on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The number of vehicles entering Yellowstone National Park in July was up over last year at every entrance.
John Howard, U.S. Cycling Hall of Fame inductee, is offering group workshops and cycling analysis to Billings athletes and bike riders of all levels in September.
Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest Supervisor Dave Myers is leaving Montana to become the forest supervisor of the Shasta Trinity National Forest in Redding, Calif., beginning July 29. Myers has worked in the Dillon-based district since 2009.
A free Arthritis Foundation exercise program will begin at Mission Ridge, 3840 Rimrock Road in Billings on July 16 at 1:30 p.m. Space is limited.
An estimated 5,000 people — and 600 vehicles — have assembled at the Rainbow Family gathering in the national forest, about 10 miles southwest of Jackson, the Forest Service reported Saturday in a news release.
In the past week, the Bozeman Fish, Wildlife & Parks office has been contacted about a baby magpie, a baby raccoon, a baby duck and three fawns.
Gasoline prices in Billings rose 0.9 cents per gallon last week, averaging $3.55 per gallon Sunday, according to gasbuddy.com's daily survey of 81 gas outlets in Billings.
A warm Sunday is on tap for the Billings region before a chance of rain returns on Monday night.
A mostly sunny weekend is forecast for the Billings region.