Rob Natelson Commemorates Constitution Day with Reflections
Constitutional scholar Rob Natelson with the Independence Institute in Denver spoke to KGVO News on Friday on the occasion of National Constitution Day.
More Crazy Visitation Numbers For Yellowstone National Park
And the record-breaking numbers just keep on coming. Even as slower seasons approach, planning ahead is highly recommended.
2021 Fatal Bear Attacks In Montana and The Rest Of North America
So many attacks and these are the fatal ones. Prayers for the families of all involved.
Massive Meth Problem in Montana gets Help from New DPHHS Program
In 2019, the annual methamphetamine-related death rate in Montana was 7.2 per 100,000 people, exceeding the national average of 5.7 per 100,000 people. Furthermore, over 65 percent of Child and Family Services Division substance-use related placements list methamphetamine as the primary drug.
Bozeman’s 2021 Parade of Homes: Pro Tips From a Touring Expert
SWMBIA's 'Parade of Homes' continues this Friday through Sunday and there are a few killer tips I'd like to share so you can get the most out of your home touring this year.
Big Ultimate Frisbee Tourney Near Billings…on Horseback
So I'm playing in a tournament this weekend. I gotta say I'm pretty excited about this one, and I'm hoping that you guys will come out and watch us. It's an ultimate frisbee tournament. But this no ordinary ultimate frisbee tournament- this is ultimate frisbee on horseback.
Tester No Moderate: “Are You Trying to Get Me Shot?”
“Are you crazy? Are you trying to get me shot? I’d never, ever want to be aligned with Joe Manchin. My wife would divorce me.” -Senator Jon Tester (D-MT)
Pyburn: Montana Posts Impressive Numbers on Business, Wages
Montana start-ups are looking strong. And what about wages? Wages in Montana are up nearly 7%. That's part of what The Big Sky Business Journal's Evelyn Pyburn shared Monday.