An area of Montana countryside where four Air Force pilots crashed and died in 1962 was named in honor of the fallen service members.
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Brucellosis research will expand to outdoor settings in the greater Yellowstone area, the United States Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday.
USDA under secretary Greg Ibach announced the new research projects in front of stacks of hay at a ranch north of Belgrade. Ibach said the new testing guidelines will help the effort to eliminate brucellosis from the United States.
The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is issuing a draft policy statement through the Federal Select Agent Program (FSAP) on research with Brucella species in outdoor settings. The policy statement will allow researchers to conduct brucellosis studies in large animals that cannot be easily housed or studied indoors.
A bill to name a ridge east of the Paradise Valley for an Air Force bomber that crashed there in 1962 is headed to the desk of President Donald Trump.
The B-47 Ridge Designation Act passed the U.S. House unanimously on Monday, clearing the final hurdle between it and the president.
Federal legislation for improving law enforcement practices regarding missing and murdered Native American people has passed the U.S. House and goes to President Donald Trump.
A high-tech company in Bozeman is expanding into a new 62,000-square-foot facility off East Valley Center Road, where it will develop equipment that will be used in hundreds of military and civilian applications.
Congressman Greg Gianforte on Sept. 1 toured Montana State University’s new COVID-19 testing site for students, as well as a lab that tests hundreds of samples from around the state in a day.
Middle school students are often busy with homework, sports and friends, with little time for much outside their own world.
Lauren Wright, 14, is different.
The Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA) is in Billings for the organization's mid-year meeting this week. The event was originally going to be held in Lewistown in June. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the meeting was postponed and rescheduled.
At the meeting, Montana Stockgrowers members are working on policy issues ranging from water rights, regulation, taxes and more.
Tuesday morning, Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte dropped by the KGVO Radio studios as he traveled through western Montana.
Gianforte addressed the hottest issue of the day, the controversy over post office boxes being removed throughout the Missoula area.