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Missoula Tweed Ride celebrates bicycles and civilities - Great Falls Tribune
In the old days of British fox hunting, sportsmen dressed up for their pursuit, wearing classy clothes and carrying themselves in a gentlemanly fashion. An annual bicycle ride in Missoula harkens back to the notion of combining sports and class.
Great Falls native provides training in Paraguay - Great Falls Tribune
As part of an officially sanctioned volunteer effort to revitalize Paraguay, a Great Falls native recently helped train 7,000 people there. Greg Duncan served as a business expert in Paraguay from Aug. 29 to Sept. 2 for the John Maxwell Leadership Foundation.
What have you done for conservation lately? - Great Falls Tribune
What have you done for conservation lately? How are you protecting wildlife and their habitat? Have you attended a wildlife management public meeting? Contributed money or time to sportsmen’s group or conservation group? What are your informed opinions ...
Today's question, Oct. 4 - Great Falls Tribune
Today's question, Oct. 4 Do you think the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Conservation Reserve Program has been a success? Check out this story on greatfallstribune.com: http://gftrib.com/1LaYCmB
On our minds: Mayor race, oil companies - Great Falls Tribune
Great Falls has a rare opportunity to elect an experienced businessman as mayor to lead our city into the next chapter of prosperity. As a former senior vice president of municipal bond underwriting at D.A. Davidson and vice president for Special Olympics ...
11 trillion gallons of water fell in the Carolinas in the past week - Great Falls Tribune
The unrelenting heavy rainfall that soaked the Carolinas in the past week amounted to roughly 11 trillion gallons — enough to end the drought in California. The rain caused catastrophic flooding in North Carolina and South Carolina, which received 5.2 ...
Sanchez trial: State says family planned outburst - Great Falls Tribune
BILLINGS The deliberate homicide trial of Adam Sanchez Jr., who is accused of killing Cascade County Sheriff’s Deputy Joseph Dunn in August 2014, got off to a slow start Tuesday morning. The state said Sanchez’s mother threatened to disrupt the trial ...
Microsoft expands Windows 10 to Lumia phones, new Surface Book laptop - Great Falls Tribune
NEW YORK—Microsoft is banking on a remarkably thin and powerful new Surface Book laptop and fresh Lumia phones to make Windows 10 sexy. Windows 10 has generated a positive buzz ever since Microsoft released its latest operating system software ten weeks ...
My Student in Need: Clothing needed for growing kids - Great Falls Tribune
From the creators of My Neighbor in Need, www.mystudentinneed.org is a website that provides a private and nurturing way for Teachers and Faculty members to ask for help for a Student in Need and a way for the community to give back. My Student in Need ...
Canine crash survivor on the mend in Fort Benton - Great Falls Tribune
A tragic crash near Loma took the life of a Vaughn man last month, but his trusty canine passenger managed to escape the wreckage and is recovering with help from a local vet and foster home. William “Bill” Emerson, 46, was pronounced dead after his ...
Fire ants create floating rafts to face South Carolina flood waters - Great Falls Tribune
As floodwaters from the storm that South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and others have termed a 1-in-1,000-year event ravaged the state, several photographers captured what appeared to be mounds of floating fire ants. Amid the devastation caused by flooding ...
Inmate says cancer went undiagnosed, asks for $3 million - Great Falls Tribune
BILLINGS (AP) — A former Yellowstone County jail inmate is asking for $3 million from the county, saying his throat cancer went undiagnosed for nearly a year despite numerous complaints about pain and a lump in his throat. The Billings Gazette reports ...
12 bears caught on video outside Yellowstone - Great Falls Tribune
On the edge of Yellowstone National Park, in the Tom Minor Basin of the Gallatin Mountains, a group of grizzly bears has been drawing crowds. In the early mornings and late evenings at least three sows, with three cubs each, ramble out of the aspens and ...
3 grizzly sows with 3 cubs each in Montana - Great Falls Tribune
3 grizzly sows with 3 cubs each in Montana In the early mornings and late evenings at least 3 sows, with 3 cubs each, ramble out to dig for biscuitroot right outside of Yellowstone National Park in the Tom Minor Basin of the Gallatin Mountains. Check out ...
Nightengale: CC Sabathia confronts a problem rooted deep in his past - Great Falls Tribune
The pain must have been unbearable, or perhaps it was an ugly incident that frightens him and his family, for CC Sabathia to abandon his New York Yankees teammates. You don’t walk away, not on the eve of the postseason, unless there’s something ...