After a brief meeting of the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission, a large portion of the Yellowstone River has been reopened to public use for fishing, floating and recreating, with certain restrictions.
Colstrip was the focus of discussions yesterday by officials from the Department of Energy, Governor Steve Bullock and Colstrip leaders discussed a suggested $1 billion fix to keep the coal-fired plants open.
The U,S. Department of Homeland Security reports that several states have had their voter registries hacked, however, Montana's Secretary of State Linda McCullough said Montana has a highly secure voter database.
Fishing in Montana is a $900 million dollar industry, but a portion of that total may be in jeopardy due to a mysterious disease that has killed thousands of fish in one of the state's premiere fishing areas.
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