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Montana bowhunter injured in grizzly bear attack - Outdoornews
An archery hunter was attacked by a grizzly bear Saturday near Gardiner, Mont., sustaining wounds to his arm and face.
The Montana Ghost Town That's Perfect For An Autumn Day Trip
Once the original Territorial Capital of Montana, Bannack State Park is an incredible attraction. If you love to learn about local history, you’ll have a great time at this well-preserved ghost town. And fall just happens to be a perfect time to visit.
Visitors to Montana spent $3.2B in 2017, most near parks
Buy Photo(Photo: TRIBUNE PHOTO/KRISTEN INBODY)BOZEMAN – A new study says visitors spent $3.24 billion in Montana last year, representing about a 2.5 percent increase over 2016 spending.The report made public this month by the University of Montana's Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research says
Jon Tester Is Wrong for Montana | National Review
Senator Jon Tester (D, Mont.) with reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., February 1, 2017.(Joshua Roberts/Reuters)
Missing Montana man found dead in Yellowstone's Gallatin River - Buckrail - Jackson Hole, news
WYOMING – A Montana man reported missing for days was found dead this week in the Gallatin River in Yellowstone National Park. The body of Dane M. Offutt, 29, of Big Sky, Montana was recovered from the river after days of searching by authorities.
Turnovers Key To UND Victory over Montana - KVRR Local News
“Fantastic, I was really excited. 21-0 in the first? That doesn’t happen often,” defensive back Evan Holm said. “We kind of got off to the best start since I’ve been here and created a lot of turnovers. That really changed the game and got the ball back to our offense and that was the game plan. We
Montana Democrat Jon Tester on U.S. Senate race and goals
He’s standing on a makeshift stage on the back of a truck in which jokes he hopes the truck is bigger than touted and will be able to handle his bulky frame. The first few minutes of the speech, which focuses on the rights of workers and the benefits of unions, are through a megaphone.
High school football standings (through Oct. 13)
Standings Through Oct. 6Class AAConf.OverallBozeman8-08-0Billings West7-17-1Billings Senior6-26-2Helena6-26-2Kalispell Flathead6-26-2Great Falls4-44-4Missoula Sentinel4-44-4Butte3-53-5Helena Capital3-53-5Kalispell Glacier3-53-5Great Falls CMR2-62-6Missoula Big Sky2-62-6Missoula Hellgate2-62-6Billing
Late touchdown pushes Ennis past Twin Bridges
After giving up 20 points in the opening quarter, Ennis shut out the Falcons the rest of the way, battled back and charged ahead late to seal the victory.
Visitation to Glacier National Park increases, despite fires and closures
The Flathead Beaconreportsnearly 435,000 people visited the park in September, up from the nearly 390,000 people who visited in the same month last year.
Coalition pushing for new grant program for Montana trails
The Montana Trails Coalition includes a diverse group of public land trail users, including Bike Walk Montana, Montana Trail Vehicle Riders Association, Montana Snowmobile Association, Backcountry Horsemen of Montana and the Montana Wilderness Association.
Weekend Prep Sports Preview: Twin Bridges, Ennis meet in regular season finale with playoff spot on the line
For the Twin Bridges football team, there was already a heightened sense of excitement surrounding its renewed rivalry with Ennis in the regular season finale for both teams.But with the third and final 8-Man South playoff berth on the line when the Falcons host the Mustangs on Friday evening, that
House GOP subpoenas Glenn Simpson, founder of Trump dossier firm Fusion GPS
WASHINGTON — House Republicans have subpoenaed the founder of the firm that commissioned a dossier alleging ties between Russia and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, demanding that Glenn Simpson show up Tuesday for a closed-door deposition at the Capitol.“Mr. Simpson’s attorney has already indic
Bye week can’t come soon enough for struggling Montana Grizzlies
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Saturday’s stunning loss to North Dakota might have felt unprecedented to Montana Grizzly football fans – and that’s because it was. In 7+ seasons with the Griz, Bobby Hauck had never lost back-to-back conference games. So a bye week couldn’t come at a better time.
New Montana mountain lion strategy out for review, comment
“Our challenge has always been not having the ability to count lions,” said Jay Kolbe, the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks biologist who led the writing and research of theMontana Mountain Lion Monitoring and Management Strategy. “That’s always been the missing piece of the management puzzle.”
Montana Grizzly soccer team plays to 0-0 draw with Northern Arizona
If Friday’s draw with Southern Utah damaged Montana’s postseason outlook, Sunday’s 0-0 tie at South Campus Stadium in Missoula against red-hot Northern Arizona showed how disappointing it would be if the Grizzlies missed the Big Sky Conference tournament, which opens later this month in Ogden, Utah.
Poise and focus helped Montana State Bobcats get back in win column
“I said this was a war, I knew Idaho was going to have their best, and I thought they played really well.”
A glance at top visitor spending in Montana by county
University of Montana researchers report that visitors to the state spent $3.24 billion in 2017 on gas, food, lodging, shopping and other items. Here's a glance at the 13 counties where visitors spent more than $50 million.
Western Montana Fair hits the 'sweet spot'
Emmett Zander, 13, of Potomac, rubbed soap on his sheep before bringing it to auction at the 2018 Western Montana Fair. The livestock auctioned off by 4-H'ers and Future Farmers of America raised about $500,000 for the youth.COLTER PETERSON, MISSOULIAN
Turnovers sink No. 22 Montana in stunning loss to North Dakota
GRAND FORKS, ND — Following Montana’s 41-14 loss to North Dakota, head coach Bobby Hauck had a blunt assessment of his team.