Update: In his Hungry Horse News column this week, Larry points out that he accidentally left off Randy Kenyon and Donna Harrison in his Thanksgiving thank-yous for cooking one of the excellent turkeys served. Larry goes on to say “Donna and Randy have been active in the community for years and deserve to be recognized for their community efforts.” We couldn’t agree more. Thank you Randy and Donna for helping out all of us, your neighbors and friends. And our apologies for having left you off the original list! If there’s anyone else that we’ve inadvertently omitted, please let us know! Continue reading
You would think, as old as I am (81), that I would be wiser and make fewer mistakes. Not so. Just about the time I get a little smug, I stumble and blunder into a boo-boo. The latest, but not my biggest, blunder was my column about the recent Thanksgiving celebration at Sondreson Hall.
Public use rules for Wildlife Management Areas, Wildlife Habitat Protection Areas and Fish Conservation Areas are adopted by the commission on a biennial schedule. FWP recommended the commission retain the existing rules with one addition. A copy of the proposed rules with red underlined edits is included on the FWP website.
We’ve been working hard this winter to improve all of our MagoGuide mobile apps so that updates to the information in our apps is more dynamic. What does this mean for you our loyal MagoGuide Mobile App customers? It means that whenever we review a new place, add new pictures, update a description, well…
A winter storm has dumped heavy snow in the mountains of Western Montana.
Grizzly bears in and around Montana are moving faster than the people tasked with managing them. That’s the takeaway from the year-end update from the group of federal and state wildlife experts who met this week in Missoula.