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Today’s the deadline to qualify for this month’s debate, and entrepreneur Andrew Yang made it - the only non-white candidate who’ll be on stage. Plus, former Secretary Julián Castro questions the order of primary contests.

Public News Service - MT: Water

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Politics, eminent domain and transportation are up for discussion in Great Falls starting Friday for the 95th annual Montana Farmers Union meeting and convention. The two-day event will also feature educational sessions of interest to everyone, with Montana State University hort

MISSOULA, Mont. - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has significantly expanded the designated "critical habitat" for bull trout in Montana and other states, listed as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act. The agency outlined the new zones on Tuesday, after previous designations ended

BILLINGS, Mont. - Some voter registration deadlines to keep in mind with the Nov. 2. election coming up: Today is the last day for regular registration, when citizens can mail in their voter registration cards. And starting Tuesday, voters can register at their county election office. While mid-te

MISSOULA, Mont. - Big Sky Country is the first stop today and Wednesday on a national listening tour for the White House's "America's Great Outdoors Initiative." Local residents get a chance to add their views as a new national conservation agenda is crafted, addressing issues ranging from climate c

MISSOULA, Mont. - A plan to bring $90 million to Montana's "Southwestern Crown of the Continent" region has made the finals list. A proposal detailing restoration work in the state's west-central national forests has just been nominated by the Regional Forester for funding. Scott Brennan, forest p

BIG TIMBER, Mont. - It's been ten years since local conservation groups and the Stillwater Mining Company signed an agreement to be "good neighbors," with those groups supporting the platinum and palladium mine and the jobs it brings, and the mine owners promising to keep environmental damage to a m

MILES CITY, Mont. - Montana's Tongue River has been renamed the "East Fork of the Flathead!" Well, not really - it's an April Fools' Day stunt. Although it's a joke, prankster and Tongue River rancher Mark Fix says the fake name change has a serious side. He and other ranchers in the area see a do

GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Water is a resource of rising value in Montana, whether it flows in major rivers, underground springs or ditches - and the complications of ownership and legal responsibilities are up for discussion today in Great Falls. Chris Christiaens, project specialist for the Montana Fa

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