Impacted Montana rancher opposes Keystone XL pipeline

  Impacted Montana rancher opposes Keystone XL pipeline   Northern Plains Resource Council, a conservation and family-agriculture group based in Billings, opposes President Trump’s approval today of the Keystone tar sands pipeline. The pipeline would cross eastern Montana from Canada to South Dakota.     “The Northern Plains Resource Council believes the final Environmental Impact […]

Bakken Rancher Welcomes Federal Judge’s Defense of Methane Standards

  Bakken Rancher Welcomes Federal Judge’s Defense of Methane Standards   BILLINGS, Mont. — A Wyoming judge yesterday rejected efforts to block new standards by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) that would reduce the waste of natural gas on federal and tribal lands. “This is good news for people living in oil country,” said […]

Seminar: Personal Budgeting-TSA Bozeman, The Salvation Army of Bozeman, February 3

Date: February 03, 2017 Time: 7:15 am Save Money, Reduce Stress and Feel in Control Our “Personal Budgeting” event will share with essential skills needed to create a responsible budget, establish realistic goals and stick to it so you can achieve greater financial freedom. At this workshop you will learn how to: Develop and implement […]

Interchange Symposium: Standing Rock at Blunderbuss, January 25

Date: January 25, 2017 Time: 6:30 pm Interchange Symposium is pleased to announce Standing Rock. A community dialogue fusing artists, activists and entrepreneurs with different ideas and perspectives come together to address multiple topics and provoke thoughtful dialogue. The public is also invited to participate and give their ideas during the event. We’ll develop our […]

Guest editorial: Rep. Zinke should embrace stewardship at Interior

    Guest editorial: Rep. Zinke should embrace stewardship at Interior By Mark Fix Secretaries of the Interior are called to be public stewards. On behalf of all Americans, they oversee our great national heritage of forests, grasslands, fisheries, national parks, wildlife, waterways, and mineral wealth. Congressman Ryan Zinke, if approved for his nomination to […]

Washington state denies sublease for coal export terminal

  Washington state denies sublease for coal export terminal By GENE JOHNSON Associated Press January 3, 2017   SEATTLE (AP) – Washington state is refusing to allow its aquatic lands to be used for a major coal-export terminal along the Columbia River, dealing what one opponent described as “the final nail in the coffin” for […]

Northern Plains reacts to Washington State’s denial of lands lease for proposed Longview coal export terminal

  Northern Plains reacts to Washington State’s denial of lands lease for proposed Longview coal export terminal In response to Washington State Commissioner of Public Lands Peter Goldmark’s announcement that he is rejecting a proposal from the proposed Millennium Bulk Terminals coal export facility to sublease state-owned aquatic lands on the Columbia River west of […]

Heather Lingle Band at The Murray Bar, January13

Date: January 13, 2017 Time: 9:00 pm The Heather Lingle Band is an uncommonly good original Americana band. They keep the crowd dancing with two-steppers and waltzes from some of Americana’s best artists, as well as Heather Lingle fan-favorites like “Man of Mine,” “Last Call on Love,” “Got Me Down,” “Whiskey for Breakfast” and “First Snowflake.” The […]