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Letter to the Editor: Property Tax Appeals

Summer is not the only major event that arrives in June of every year. Another annual occurrence is the appearance in mailboxes all over the State of new property appraisals from the Montana Department of Revenue. The receipt of this document is met...

 

Sunshine Showers

I love the sun. I understand completely why the ancients worshipped this blazing disc. Giver of life, casting brightness to light our path, increasing one’s sense of well-being; John Denver hit the nail on the head. Sunshine on my shoulders DOES...

 

A Steak in Ag

R-CALF USA may be defined as a non-profit producer organization, but our work benefits anyone who eats meat and lives in an economy that includes agriculture. We’re more than a producer organization; we’re your organization! Group Launches...

 

Begger's Diamond V Ranch

Wibaux, MT is home to Begger's Diamond V Ranch, where they have fundamental principles of cattle production and their branded cows have marginal room for error. This year will be Begger's 40th Annual...

 

BLM Issues Proposed Decision On American Prairie Reserve Grazing Application On Flat Creek Allotment

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has issued a proposed decision to change a grazing permit on the Flat Creek Allotment in Northeastern Montana to allow bison to graze on federal land all year. The American Prairie Reserve (APR) purchased private...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    May 6, 2015

Roosevelt Medical Center Moves To Next Stage of Electronic Health Records

As operational expenses continue to increase and stricter regulatory standards have come into place, automated data collection has become a necessity in the healthcare industry. For Roosevelt Medical...

 

Gardening At 6000 Feet

I am not an avid gardener by anyone's standards. However, I do enjoy working the soil, planting vegetable seeds and watching the plants grow and mature, producing something edible in the process. To...

 

Fairview School Board… Continued

At the Fairview school board meeting on November 11, chairman Randy Skov stated that the issue of principal Moreno’s administrative leave had not been on the agenda. Anyone can make a written request for an item to be placed on the agenda. A...

 
 By Brent Ruby    News    September 17, 2014

Whole-Food Nutrition Born from UM Research Now Available Across Northwest

A whole-food bar born from University of Montana research, ultra-racing trial and error, and Montana-raised beef, has hit the shelves of Fred Meyer stores across the Northwest. Omnibar, a nutritionally balanced whole-food bar that uses beef for...

 
 By Jim Morrow    News    May 7, 2014

Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month Highlights Deadly Season - Motorists and Riders Have Responsibility to Prevent Deaths

As the season warms, the number of motorcycles on Montana roads will increase-and so will crashes. Motorcyclist deaths in Montana increased 50 percent in 2012 and more than 13 percent again last...

 
 By Deb Muth    Energy    January 29, 2014

Montana Board of Oil and Gas Sued for Shutting Out Public

The Northern Plains Resource Council and Carbon County Resource Council (CCRC) are challenging in court a decision by the Montana Board of Oil and Gas Conservation (BOGC) to prevent the public from testifying on a proposed oil well permit for the...

 

Hydroponics Gardening Increasing In Popularity

Hydroponics is a combination of two Greek words, “hydro” meaning water and “ponics” meaning labor. It is a method of growing plants using a mineral solution in water, without using soil. Resea...

 
 By Tie Shank    Outdoors    August 21, 2013

Hydroponics Gardening Increasing In Popularity

Hydroponics is a combination of two Greek words, "hydro" meaning water and "ponics" meaning labor. It is a method of growing plants using a mineral solution in water, without using soil. Research has...

 
 By Tie Shank    Ag Roundup    August 7, 2013

Hydroponics Gardening Increasing In Popularity

Hydroponics is a combination of two Greek words, “hydro” meaning water and “ponics” meaning labor. It is a method of growing plants using a mineral solution in water, without using soil. Resea...

 

Prairie Fare: Historical Canning Recipes Not Necessarily Safe

The other day, I stopped at a convenience store to fill my vehicle with gas. A nationally produced canning book with a colorful, attractive cover beckoned me. I plucked a book from the shelf and quickly paged through it as I awaited my turn in line....

 

Words: Holy Things and Deception

Words. They’re a God thing. And they’re a human thing. Think about it. How did God create the world? By the power of His word. He spoke, “Let there be,” and there was. And what is the one biological creature He created that has the ability...

 

Correction

The story entitled “Western Building Center Opening in Culbertson” that appeared on page 1 of the Feb. 13, 2013 edition of The Roundup contained the incorrect website address, the correct website address for Western Building Center is...

 

Economic Outlook Seminar Headed To Montana Cities

Imagine a world where you carry your medical history and prescriptions with you on a credit card. Where your doctor calls you to make an appointment to get your high blood pressure checked. Or where you can pull up a website and learn what surgical...

 

God, Led By The Word, Confessing Christ To The World

One of my “claims to fame” in life is that I once saw Mother Teresa in person. I had recently graduated from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, and read on a church bulletin board that Mother Teresa was to be the featured speaker that very afternoo...

 

Ballot Measure Would Deny State Services To Illegal Immigrants

Community News Service, UM School of Journalism Nobody really believes Montana is overrun by illegal immigrants. Recent census figures estimate the state may be home to fewer than 11,000 noncitizens, and that includes legal residents with visas or...

 

Governor Announces Proposal To Return $12 Million To Oil & Gas Cities & Towns

Governor Brian Schweitzer announced that he will propose returning the $12 million in oil and gas funds raided by Republican legislators last session to cities and towns impacted by oil and gas development in his next budget. “This $12 million will...

 

No! $10 For A $100 Tree

Keeping trees alive and healthy involves a lot of knowledge and effort – knowledge of what to do (or not to do) and the effort of following through with proper tree-care techniques. One of the most...

 

Age and Experience

A former colleague made a comment a few months ago that brought to mind this joke: An old dog got lost in the African wilds. As he searched for his way home, he spied a young lion creeping up on him....

 

CDC Report Shows About 112 Million Annual Incidents Of People Drinking & Driving

Adults drank too much and got behind the wheel about 112 million times in 2010—that is almost 300,000 incidents of drinking and driving each day—according to a CDC Vital Signs study released today by the Centers for Disease Control and...

 

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