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PNS Daily Newscast - January 20, 2021 


On this Inauguration Day, civil-rights groups urge Congress to pass the "For the People Act;" Leader McConnell puts blame on Trump for riots at the U.S. Capitol.


2020Talks - January 20, 2021 


The nation honors lives lost to COVID; America's 46th President set to take office; and the Senate begins confirmation hearings for Biden's cabinet.

Public News Service - MT: Cultural Resources

PHOTO: Reality shows and the zombie-apocalypse trend are leading folks down the wrong path when it comes to survival skills, according to Michael Jarnevic (JAR-neh-vick), an Army Special Forces medic who teaches survival classes, most recently for the Montana Chapter of the Sierra Club. Photo courtesy of Jarnevic

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HELENA, Mont. - A Montana survival skills expert says you do not need to be an expert to survive. Michael Jarnevic is an Army Special Forces medic who says TV reality shows have been misleading people when it comes to survival situations, situations that can happen quickly not far from Montana's cit

PHOTO: It's Bear Awareness Week. Defenders of Wildlife is offering financial assistance for property owners to install bear-proof electric fencing if grizzlies are active in their neighborhoods. Photo courtesy of Defenders of Wildlife.

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MISSOULA, Mont. - This is Bear Awareness Week (through the 25th). It's also the time of year when bears are waking up and searching for an easy meal. According to Erin Edge, Rockies and Plains associate for Defenders of Wildlife in Missoula, with the success of grizzly bear recovery, bears are now

PHOTO: A black bear exiting a wildlife bridge on Highway 93 near Evano, Mont.

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HELENA, Mont. - Building bridges to protect wildlife and people: That's the focus of a meeting in Helena this week that is to start mapping out areas that might be good for wildlife overpasses or underpasses, to reduce highway collisions that harm both people and animals. According to Bill Hallina

PHOTO: A film showing the accelerated pace of climate change is showing in Bozeman Thursday. Courtesy of EarthVision

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BOZEMAN, Mont. - A documentary featuring several years' worth of images that offer a window into how climate change is affecting landscapes is showing Thursday in Bozeman, and some Bozeman High School students are hoping for a packed house. The film "Chasing Ice" showcases three years of time-lapse

PHOTO: Dan Austin, owner of Austin-Lehman Adventures in Billings, is applauding introduction of a bill to full fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

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BILLINGS, Mont. - More money for parks, pathways and access to public lands at no cost to taxpayers. That's the deal Montana Senator Max Baucus is promoting in Congress, with a bill to reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund. The LWCF uses offshore oil and gas tax funds to improve public sp

PHOTO: Bison that need to be transferred. Photo credit: Garrit Voggesser

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BOZEMAN, Mont. - A decision is looming in the matter of 160 bison that have been staying at one of Ted Turner's ranches. The former Yellowstone animals need a new home, and a list of ideal locations is due by the end of this month. Some animals went to Fort Peck earlier this year, and the Shoshone a

PHOTO: Rocky Mountain Front Sawtooth Ridge

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GREAT FALLS, Mont. - Great outdoors vacations are in Montana's back yard. The Rocky Mountain Front Discovery Tour kicks off today in Great Falls to promote home-grown recreation and tourism. Bill Cunningham is a Bob Marshall Wilderness outfitter who will be sharing photos and stories about some of

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SEELEY LAKE, Mont. - The Wilderness Act of 1964 could see big changes under a bill in the U.S. House that will be voted on soon, as early as today. The Sportsmen's Heritage Act is described as a way to promote hunting and fishing on public lands, but a Congressional Research Service review finds it

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