Statewide news from Montana Public Radio.
American Prairie transfers 45 bison to tribal herds in Montana and Washington
A Bozeman-based nonprofit announced Wednesday that it has transferred dozens of bison to tribal herds in Montana and Washington State.
Scam calls on the rise as callers pose as police, attorney general warns
Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen is warning residents of a rise in scam calls from people posing as police. The Attorney General’s office says the scam callers are disguising their numbers so they appear to be from a real law enforcement agency.
Early season snow brings much needed water. But not enough to slow the drought
Montana’s early season snowpack is currently above normal throughout the state and farmers who’ve been struggling with historic drought conditions are thrilled.
Montana Food banks are struggling as demand grows and donations shrink
Food banks and pantries across Montana are experiencing unprecedented demand for their services while they are receiving fewer donations. That leaves food banks struggling to maintain services.
Wildlife managers seek public comment on state grizzly bear plan
Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks is asking the public to weigh in on a proposed plan to manage grizzly bears statewide.
Why does Montana have such strong privacy protections?
The state constitution says the right of privacy is essential to the well being of a free society. Privacy affects many issues, from electronic data to abortion, and has been applied in decisions by the state Supreme Court. So how and why did Montana end up with such strong privacy protections?
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