Montana summers are often plagued by smoke filled skies, and new research out of the University of Montana shows that that air pollution may have a significant negative impact on the IQ of children as young as 11.
New EPA rules for wood burning stoves are going to tighten up regulations on sellers and manufacturers of stoves and heaters, but Guy Hanson from Missoula’s Axmen says the updated rules are a welcome change
Montana Governor Steve Bullock is pressuring the state’s congressional delegation to work together to reauthorize secure rural schools (or SRS) funding. The SRS Act was signed into law back in 2000 (see picture), but died in the legislature in September 2014.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana State University Billings is eliminating its theater program, its tennis teams and cutting 40 staff positions to address a projected $4.4 million budget shortfall due to decreased enrollment.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A western Montana lawmaker who has been in the grocery business for 30 years has introduced a bill that seeks to overturn a rule that requires milk be removed from Montana grocery store shelves 12 days after it is pasteurized.
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