UM Buses Hit New Ridership Record
The University of Montana bus service gave a record number of rides on the first day of spring semester January 23.
Rehberg Sponsors New Keystone Bill
The Keystone For a Secure Tomorrow Act, legislation to Congressionally approve the federal permit allowing construction to begin on the Keystone XL Pipeline was recently introduced by Representative Ted Poe of Texas.
MT Farmers Get Help Buying Land
One obstacle new Montana farmers and ranchers face is acquiring land, but now there's a new program through the U.S. Farm Service Agency designed to help find a way around those barriers. Assistant director of the rural policy program with the Center for Rural Affairs Traci Bruckner, says the Land Contract Guarantee program can help both buyers and sellers...
Griz Nab Win Against PSU
Montana comes away with a win as they topped Portland State 69-67. Will Cherry scored 20 points, Mathias Ward had 18 and Kareem Jamar added 11 points for the Grizzlies, who moved into a tie with Weber State for first place in the conference standings.
Schweitzer To Speak At Democratic Fundraiser
This year’s featured speaker for the Democratic Party of Virginia's annual Jefferson-Jackson Day fundraising dinner is Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer. Also speaking is former Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine and U.S. Senators Jim Webb and Mark Warner...
Griz Track And Field Compete In Pullman
The Montana track and field teams head to Pullman, Wash., for the Washington State Cougar Indoor for the two-day meet Friday and Saturday. Teams participating along with Montana include Washington State, UCLA, Idaho and Utah State. The one-day women’s pentathlon and first day of the men’s heptathlon will take Friday, along with the men’s long jump, pole vault and weight throw and women’s weight t
Hamilton Senior Accepted To Marine Academy
Hamilton High School student Candice Dunagan has been accepted to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, New York. Dunagan is one of Senator Max Baucus’ 2011 academy nominees. A Congressional nomination is the first step for students looking to attend the U...
Help Fight Heart Disease In Women
The number one killer of women is heart disease and The American Heart Association is asking you to make it your mission to fight back by helping them reduce death and disability associated with cardiovascular disease and strokes.
Wood For Haiti Fundraiser Benefits Montana
On January 12, 2010 an earthquake shook the island nation of Haiti killing hundreds of thousands of people and displacing over a million people. Our guests on Talk Back this week were a group of men leading a fundraiser called Wood For Haiti.
Three Griz Football Players Selected to All-Star Game
Three University of Montana Football players have been selected to participate in the Players All-Star Classic. All-America linebacker Caleb McSurdy and teammates Charles Burton and Jon Opperud and will represent the Football Champion Subdivision (FCS) in the contest on February 4.