Mike Honeycutt, the Director of the Montana Department of Livestock, joined us Monday morning in advance of the meetings to talk about the latest elk surveillance results when it comes to brucellosis concerns.
When a state is over 100 years old you're going to get some pretty old cities in it. What's surprising is how recent some cities in Montana are.
In 1889 Montana became the 41st state in the nation, but there were plenty of towns already settled prior to that...
Remember when Yellowstone National Park got dragged on social media over the "Black People Who Hike" story earlier this month? Now the National Park Service has Twitter users wondering if Vice President Kamala Harris has taken over their social media feed.