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  • "A Swift Night"

    Marc Kloker, For the Courier|Jun 5, 2019

    Come join us for "A Swift Night" – chimney swifts, that is – on Thursday, June 6, at the FWP Region 6 headquarters in Glasgow. During this event, hosted by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and Montana Audubon, participants will learn about chimney swifts and how they can help to monitor local populations. Chimney swifts are fascinating birds that can be found in your backyard or, more accurately, a nearby chimney. However, little is known about their distribution in the state. We are loo...

  • Hi-Line Farm and Ranch June 2019

    Jun 5, 2019

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  • Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony To Open Milk River North Project

    For the Courier|Jun 5, 2019

    The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is excited to unveil the Milk River North Project just in time for the summer travelers. The Milk River North project reconstructed a portion of MT 117 from the Milk River Bridge near Nashua to US Highway 2 on a new alignment just west of Nashua. The project includes a new railroad overpass and connection to US 2. The existing roadway through Nashua was repaved along with new sidewalk on the south side of Front Street between River Street and Davis Street. Both the new and existing roadways will re...