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U.S. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt made a one day stop at Montana's Rocky Mountain Front Saturday to attend a roundtable discussion on future management options for the grizzly bear.
Living with grizzlies is a reality for many people in Montana, and with this relationship comes a delicate balance to keep both humans and the bears safe. Representative Greg Gianforte along with the US Department of the Interior secretary David Bernhard held a round table discussion to gather information and work on a solution.
Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte made a visit to our KGVO Studios on Monday to answer questions from listeners about what’s happening in the U.S. House of Representatives, as well as his gubernatorial run.
Gianforte was asked what he would do with the extra tax monies that have come into the state’s treasury.
Montana’s only congressman, Republican Greg Gianforte, told Democrats on the U.S. House Judiciary Committee that they’re suffering from “impeachment fever” and ignoring pressing issues facing the nation.
Two years after pulling out of an international agreement called the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a possibly new trade deal between the U.S. and Japan could affect Montana's agriculture.
With the clock ticking on this year’s session, the members of Montana’s congressional delegation are continuing to work on passing federal recognition of the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians.
It's easy to assume that a quiet school in rural Montana won't be the target of a cyber attack.
It's also wrong.
That was the message at a discussion among politicians and cyber security experts at the Lincoln Center in Billings on Wednesday.
A disembodied cockpit and set of screens at Helena's Fire Training Center simulate the world's most advanced fighter jet.