Posted 8:19 AM 12/11/2013 by Judy Slate - MTN News
BOZEMAN - Montana's recent cold snap may be fading into the rear view mirror, but it could have some lasting effects - especially when it comes to the health of the forest.
"I think that it's possible there has (More)
Posted 8:15 AM 12/11/2013 by MTN News - Bozeman
WEST YELLOWSTONE - Reports released from Yellowstone National Park about the park's ecological health reveal that a long-term drought continues, grizzly bear population appears stable and the number of cutthroat trout in Yellowstone Lake is increasing.
Yellowstone National Park's 2013 (More)
Posted 11:37 AM 12/7/2013 by Keele Smith - MTN News
BRIDGER BOWL - Despite bone-chilling temperatures, lots of skiers and snowboarders hit the slopes Friday, opening day at Bridger Bowl. Veteran snowboarder Taylor Wynn said, "Great snow, no lift lines, awesome groomers, good pow."
Katherine Keith, another experienced snowboarder (More)
Posted 9:52 PM 12/6/2013 by Jill Valley - KPAX News
MISSOULA - In the summer it can get hot enough fry an egg on the sidewalk. We got to wondering how long it would take to freeze one. So, outside the studio this afternoon we gave it a try. Inside of 40 minutes....frozen solid. But the important question now...how long will it take to thaw?(More)...
Posted 9:42 AM 12/5/2013 by KAJ News Staff
KALISPELL - State wildlife officials are looking to the public for help as they continue to look into a pair of poaching cases in Northwest Montana.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Warden Sergeant Nathan Reiner is looking for information on the incidents - that happened late in the (More)
Posted 12:53 PM 12/4/2013 by KPAX News Staff
MISSOULA - Thanks to the recent snowfall in the mountains means that the Missoula Snowgoers to begin grooming the snowmobile trail system at higher elevations on the Missoula and Powell ranger districts near Lolo Pass.
The grooming of the trail system by the Snowgoers is permitted by the (More)