Montana is fighting to prevent invasive mussles from spreading into local waterways, but a new study from the Institute of Tourism and Recreation Research shows many Montanan young people don’t know much about it.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks had been searching for a black bear near Kalispell that mauled 85-year-old Barbara Paschke in her home on September 28: an attack that led to her death a few days later, but today, FWP Public Information Officer John Fraley says they have decided to suspend the search.
In early April, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks put an emergency closure on a segment of the Bitterroot River, which stopped all floating. But now, some people are worried the closure will be permanent.
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