Conservation group’s leader to query presidential candidates in Reno

  Conservation group’s leader to query presidential candidates in Reno Kate French of Bozeman wants to know where presidential candidates stand on helping rural Americans transition to a better, more diversified economy, especially residents in coal-dependent areas. French is attending the non-partisan “Real Solutions for Real People” presidential candidate town hall hosted by the Center […]

Ghastly at the Faultline North, February 13

  Date: February 13, 2016 Time: 8:00 pm Moonlight Productions is proud to bring you one of the best up and coming names in EDM, GHASTLY!. With support from Label Greats like OWSLA, Buygore and Dim Mak and releases with Jauz, Mija and Lil John to name a few, this is going to be one […]

Adventures in Lost Worlds at Willson Auditorium, February 13

  Date: February 13, 2016 Time: 10:30 am Hold your hats and ensure that your seatbelts are securely fastened! The Bozeman Symphony and Dr. Jack Horner are about to guide you and your family through Adventures in Lost Worlds – the symphony’s annual, free, family-friendly concert. The 50-minute program includes captivating orchestral selections and familiar […]

Lester Rocks at The Ellen Theatre, February 5

  Date: February 05, 2016 Time: 7:30 pm Bandleader Stefan Stern is the glue of Lester Rocks. Playing Stern’s original compositions, the group blends musical genres to create their own unique sound. As Rachel Hergett of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle put it, “Lester Rocks isn’t a blues show or a rock show. It’s a Lester […]

Duckworth Montana Classic Skijoring Race, Gallatin County Regional Park, January 30

  Date: January 30, 2016 Time: 11:30 am What originated in the Scandinavian countries as a form of winter transportation, the Western states have transformed this into an action packed competition where a horse and rider pull a skier at a fast pace through a course that has gates, jumps, and rings. All competitors must […]

Pacific Northwest totem pole dedicated in Billings

  Pacific Northwest totem pole dedicated in Billings BILLINGS, Mont. – About 120 people gathered at the Northern Plains Resource Council building in Billings today to dedicate a totem pole carved by members of the Lummi Nation in Washington state. The totem pole is a gift from the Lummi to members of the Northern Cheyenne in […]

Northern Plains welcomes proposed new methane and waste prevention standards

  Northern Plains welcomes proposed new methane and waste prevention standards   Today, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) released a new proposed rule to help prevent the waste of federal oil and gas resources. In Montana, as well as the rest of the western United States, oil and gas wells release natural gas during […]

Montanans Travel to Spokane to Testify Against Crude Oil Export

  Montanans travel to Spokane, testify against crude oil export port, joining large majority in opposition   SPOKANE, Wash. — The Billings-based Northern Plains Resource Council organized a caravan of Montanans from across the state this week to testify in Spokane Valley against the building of the proposed Tesoro Savage crude oil export facility in […]