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  • 101817 Voices of Montana w/Jon Arneson feat. Mike Cuffe Part 2 October 18, 2017
    Representative from House District 2 Mike Cuffe was today’s guest. Mike is retired from the lumber/plywood industry in Western Montana. He sits on the appropriations, Legislative administration and joint-long range planning committees. He updates us on the many issues facing N/W Montana. Listener comments and questions for our guest were taken as well. Click To […]
  • 101817 Voices of Montana w/Jon Arneson feat. Mike Cuffe Part 1 October 18, 2017
    Representative from House District 2 Mike Cuffe was today’s guest. Mike is retired from the lumber/plywood industry in Western Montana. He sits on the appropriations, Legislative administration and joint-long range planning committees. He updates us on the many issues facing N/W Montana. Listener comments and questions for our guest were taken as well. Click To […]
  • BIA Backs Northern Cheyenne Council’s Vote To Remove President October 18, 2017
    The Bureau of Indian Affairs is supporting the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council’s decision earlier this month to remove the tribe’s president, who still maintains the controversial vote violated a tribal court decision. http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/bia-backs-northern-cheyenne-council-s-vote-to-remove-president/article_16f1fcb5-c35c-514f-89e1-280416d97fb5.html The post BIA Backs Northern Cheyenne Council’s Vote To Remove President appeared first on Northern Broadcasting System, Inc..
  • ACT Scores Decline Slightly In Montana October 18, 2017
    Standardized test scores for Montana high school juniors dipped last year, according to information released by the Office of Public Instruction. Last spring was the fourth year that all Montana juniors have taken the ACT, a college-readiness standardized test, and it was the second year the test will be used to meet federal testing requirements […]
  • Conservation Group Calls Arby’s Elk Sandwich ‘Tone Deaf’ To Montana’s Game Farm Ban October 18, 2017
    The Montana Wildlife Federation sent a letter to the CEO of Arby’s on Tuesday criticizing the restaurant for offering an elk sandwich in three western locations, including Billings. Arby’s previously sold venison at five locations last year, using deer raised as livestock. Wild game cannot be commercially sold in Montana. http://helenair.com/lifestyles/recreation/conservation-group-calls-arby-s-elk-sandwich-tone-deaf-to/article_605ab8d4-001a-5d7c-9245-d4b5f68853c6.html#tncms-source=home-top-story-1 The post Conservation Group […]

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  • 101817 Voices of Montana w/Jon Arneson feat. Mike Cuffe Part 2 October 18, 2017
    Representative from House District 2 Mike Cuffe was today’s guest. Mike is retired from the lumber/plywood industry in Western Montana. He sits on the appropriations, Legislative administration and joint-long range planning committees. He updates us on the many issues facing N/W Montana. Listener comments and questions for our guest were taken as well. Click To […]
  • 101817 Voices of Montana w/Jon Arneson feat. Mike Cuffe Part 1 October 18, 2017
    Representative from House District 2 Mike Cuffe was today’s guest. Mike is retired from the lumber/plywood industry in Western Montana. He sits on the appropriations, Legislative administration and joint-long range planning committees. He updates us on the many issues facing N/W Montana. Listener comments and questions for our guest were taken as well. Click To […]
  • BIA Backs Northern Cheyenne Council’s Vote To Remove President October 18, 2017
    The Bureau of Indian Affairs is supporting the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council’s decision earlier this month to remove the tribe’s president, who still maintains the controversial vote violated a tribal court decision. http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/bia-backs-northern-cheyenne-council-s-vote-to-remove-president/article_16f1fcb5-c35c-514f-89e1-280416d97fb5.html The post BIA Backs Northern Cheyenne Council’s Vote To Remove President appeared first on Northern Broadcasting System, Inc..
  • ACT Scores Decline Slightly In Montana October 18, 2017
    Standardized test scores for Montana high school juniors dipped last year, according to information released by the Office of Public Instruction. Last spring was the fourth year that all Montana juniors have taken the ACT, a college-readiness standardized test, and it was the second year the test will be used to meet federal testing requirements […]
  • Conservation Group Calls Arby’s Elk Sandwich ‘Tone Deaf’ To Montana’s Game Farm Ban October 18, 2017
    The Montana Wildlife Federation sent a letter to the CEO of Arby’s on Tuesday criticizing the restaurant for offering an elk sandwich in three western locations, including Billings. Arby’s previously sold venison at five locations last year, using deer raised as livestock. Wild game cannot be commercially sold in Montana. http://helenair.com/lifestyles/recreation/conservation-group-calls-arby-s-elk-sandwich-tone-deaf-to/article_605ab8d4-001a-5d7c-9245-d4b5f68853c6.html#tncms-source=home-top-story-1 The post Conservation Group […]

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  • SDSU Researchers Explore Complex Carbohydrates to Improve Water Quality October 18, 2017
      Brainstorming sessions between a food chemist and a hydrologist at South Dakota State University have produced an innovative, potentially money-saving idea that will put nutrients back in the field.Assistant professors Srinivas Janaswamy of the Department of Dairy and Food Science and Laurent Ahiablame of the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering will explore the […]
  • Deere Wins Trademark Lawsuit in Protection of Green and Yellow Colors October 18, 2017
    Deere News Release:  A U.S. District Court in Kentucky has ruled in favor of Deere & Company in a lawsuit that was filed to protect use of the trademark green and yellow color combination on John Deere agricultural equipment. Following a one-week bench trial that took place in June, the U.S. District Court in Paducah, […]
  • Animal Agriculture Alliance announces 2018 Stakeholders Summit October 18, 2017
    The Animal Agriculture Alliance announced today that its 2018 Stakeholders Summit, now in its 17th year, will be themed Protect Your Roots. The event will be held May 3-4 at the Renaissance Capital View Hotel in Arlington, Va. Registration for the event will open later this year.   We continue to break Summit attendance records year […]
  • Rounds, Blunt Introduce Bill to Allow Community Banks to Better Serve Rural Areas October 17, 2017
    U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds (R-S.D.), a member of the Senate Banking Committee, and U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) introduced legislation to support and strengthen lending in local communities. The Community Bank Access to Capital Act of 2017 would roll back burdensome financial regulations to make it easier for community banks to serve their customers, who […]
  • Trump Administration Withdraws Controversial GIPSA Rules October 17, 2017
    The Trump Administration has announced their intent to withdraw some contentious rules surrounding the Grain Inspection, Packers, and Stockyards Act, or GIPSA.  The Act has long been a lightening rod of controversy, an issue that ramped up in the days of the Obama Administration when the administration advance a set of proposed rules that some […]
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