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PNS Daily Newscast - April 24, 2019 


The Supreme Court considers U.S. Census citizenship question – we have a pair of reports. Also on the Wednesday rundown: A look at how poor teacher pay and benefits can threaten preschoolers' success. And the Nevada Assembly votes to restore voting rights for people who've served their time in prison.

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Public News Service - MT: Cultural Resources

WHITEFISH, Mont. - A federal district judge has cleared the roadblock on the U.S. Forest Service's Badger-Two Medicine travel plan. The agency banned motorized access in most of the area to protect fragile zones from damage and out of respect for the Blackfeet Tribe, which twice passed resolutions

LEWISTOWN, Mont. - A new memo from the Bureau of Land Management could end confusion over how the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument, and monuments around the country, should be managed. It's a controversy in Montana currently in federal court because conservation groups took issue with t

LEWISTON, Mont. - Many of those who helped Bureau of Land Management (BLM) staff put together the management plan for the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument are displeased with the outcome. Central Montana Resource Advisory Council members have sent a letter to the BLM pointing out mistak

Lewistown, MT – Congress said "yes" Wednesday to a package of public lands bills, the Omnibus Public Lands Management Act of 2009, that gives permanency to the National Landscape Conservation System – which includes the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument. Mary Jones, with Fr

Lewistown, MT – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has released its long-awaited resource management plan for the Upper Missouri Breaks National Monument. The plan is much different from what a local citizens' group envisioned, however. Friends of the Missouri River Breaks coordinator Mary J

Pablo, MT - The fields of blue flowers have withered in Montana, and that means it's time to bring the camas crop in. Camas is one of the plants on which Native Americans in Montana traditionally depended for food. The People's Center in Pablo will be processing the bulbs this week, which include

Moiese, MT – It's a bison birthday, marking 100 years of hard work and stewardship. A century ago, Montana's National Bison Range was created by Congress when the bison herds that once numbered in the millions had dwindled to less than 100 animals in the wild. It was a Montana Salish Indian wh

Pablo, MT – Montana tribes are on a treasure hunt, and they're asking those starting spring-cleaning projects to help out. The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes are looking for photographs of places and people on the Flathead Reservation in the late 1800s and early 1900s that Montanans m

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