Wildlife Officials Say the Time Is Overdue to Remove Yellowstone Area Grizzlies From the Threatened Species List BY TOM DICKSON 03/06/17 During a late August morning last summer, Kevin Frey drives up Paradise Valley on U.S. Highway 89 toward Yellowstone National Park. Pointing toward mountains surrounding the valley’s fields of grazing cattle, irrigated alfalfa, and newly […]
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Believe Half of What You See, None of What You Hear BY DAVID S. LEWIS Now, at this moment, an event continues to unfold that may portend dire consequences for the planet and untold millions of people for decades to come, not the data modeling predictions otherwise known as climate change (it’s worth noting that […]
RICK & SUSIE GRAETZ While the month of March figures officially as winter in Montana, even as hints of spring linger in the air, the coldest weather of the season has come and gone. And it’s worth pointing out that the national record for cold in the lower 48 states—70 degrees below zero—was documented right […]
Clues to the Mystery of Prehistory BY DENISE HOEPFNER 03/04/17 Montana State University paleontologist L.J. Krumenacker discovered a window into Early Triassic marine life by way of fossils he found near Paris, Idaho, more than 15 years ago when he was a teenage fossil hunter. Now, Krumenacker is part of an international team of scientists, […]
300 Tons of Radioactive Water Pour Into Pacific Daily BY WHITNEY WEBB 03/01/17 Operators of the Fukushima nuclear power plant have identified a gaping hole in a reactor containment vessel, which has resulted in a drastic spike in radiation levels. Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), the company which owns and operates the now defunct power […]
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Who’s Accountable for Protecting Historic Artifacts? BY PAT HILL01/08/16Livingston, Montana-based archaeologist Larry Lahren first heard about the looting at Fort Ellis in December, during … [Read More...]
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