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The Bozeman community donated a record Can the Griz food drive

The Bozeman community donated a record of the equivalent of more than 260,000 pounds of food to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank as part of the 16th annual Can the Griz food drive.

Seven Communities Receive Grant Funds to Boost Tourism

HELENA – Gov. Steve Bullock has announced the Department of Commerce will fund seven more projects through its tourism grant program, closing a fiscal year cycle in which the state awarded $1 million to grow Montana’s tourism industry.

The tourism grant program re-launched July 1 under a new structure in which funds previously separated by category were combined into a $1 million pool. The first round of funds, awarded in September, totaled $718,026. The second round totals the balance of $281,974.

Gifts With A Lift program spreads holiday cheer to Montana State Hospital patients

The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) announced today that donation boxes have been set up at various locations to receive holiday gifts that benefit Montana State Hospital patients.

The effort is part of the annual Gifts With A Lift program that has played an instrumental role in spreading holiday cheer to patients for the past 63 years. The program ensures that all state hospital patients have a gift under the Christmas tree.

Yellowstone National Park restaurants receive environmental achievement award

Yellowstone National Park restaurants receive environmental achievement award

Bozeman man convicted of government stalking

BILLINGS – Following a three day federal trial, a Montana jury found William Krisstofer Wolf, 53, of Bozeman, guilty on two counts: Illegal Possession of a Machine Gun and Possession of a Firearm not Registered in the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record. Judge Susan Watters presided over the trial. Sentencing is set for March 3, 2016.

Elk hunting closes at Deckard Flats

Program schedule for Montana PBS

Program schedule for Montana PBS

Thousands sign up for Medicaid program in Montana

HELENA - In the first week since federal health officials approved Montana’s expanded Medicaid program, 5,500 people already have signed up for the coverage, Gov. Steve Bullock said Tuesday.

Fall whitefish season good on Flathead Lake

Fall whitefish season good on Flathead Lake

Historical trauma symposium at UM

MISSOULA – The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the University of Montana’s African-American Studies program are convening a symposium on historical trauma Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 4-5, at UM. The interdisciplinary program will explore emerging Holocaust research on historical trauma, as well as current research on the topic in Native American studies, African-American studies, and women’s, gender and sexuality studies.

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