PNS Daily Newscast - July 3, 2020 

Economists say coronavirus disaster declarations may be the quickest path to reopening; militia groups use virus, Independence Day to recruit followers.

2020Talks - July 3, 2020 

Trump visits South Dakota's Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore today; nearby tribal leaders object, citing concerns over COVID-19 and a fireworks display. Plus, voter registration numbers are down from this time in 2016.

Archive: May 29, 2007

Bozeman, MT - Former abandoned industrial sites, office buildings, and warehouses are three ugly Betty makeover winners in a new report on building projects and development in the Northern Rockies. The Sonoran Institute report gives kudos to developments that fit in with the look of the neighborhood ...Read More

Columbus, OH - Pet food contamination from imported ingredients is a continuing problem, with another recall announced last week. Jeff Eschmeyer (ESH-mie-ur) with the Ohio Farmers Union says it's vital to protect the food people eat - and one way to do that is with country-of-origin labels for imp ...Read More

Salem, OR - Most inmates in Oregon prisons will go back to their communities, and Governor Kulongoski wants to make sure they are successful when they do. He's created a new task force to help remove barriers for former inmates returning home. Comments from David Rogers with the Partnership for Safe ...Read More

St. Michael, ND-Meth use has become a major challenge in North Dakota Indian country - and the problem may be spreading past reservation borders. Representatives from tribes across the region will hold their third annual summit on methamphetamine this week. Comments from Karrie Azure, director of ...Read More

Golden Valley, MN - For the first time, the U-S-D-A is tracking prices for organic grains this season. Gigi Digiacomo (duh-JOCK-uh-moe) with the University of Minnesota School of Agriculture is collecting the price info for the U-S-D-A; she says this is a groundbreaking project that will help orga ...Read More

Rawlins, WY - A plan to drill up to two thousand coalbed methane wells in mule, elk and sage grouse hunting lands along Wyoming's Atlantic Rim is drawing fire from sportsmen - who say development has already decimated wildlife populations. Comments from Rawlins resident and hunter Pat Nealon. Wyom ...Read More

Bozeman, MT - Listening to neighborhood gossip has paid off in Wyoming. A new report that analyzes recent buildings and developments in the Northern Rockies shows that asking neighborhoods to be part of projects, and offer input on design, can lead to economic success. Comments from report author D ...Read More

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