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Arts, humanities funds on chopping block


In all of the post-election chaos, it’s easy to overlook the minor casualties. Some of them may be in Montana. The Trump administration, eager to ramp up spending on the military, border control and infrastructure, all while cutting taxes and shoring up Social Security and healthcare, is desperate to find spending cuts. (more…) Continue Reading →

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In Crow Country, a new water system brings life


Editor’s Note: This story is part of “Sacred Water,” Environmental Health New’s ongoing investigation into Native American struggles—and successes—to protect culturally significant water sources on and off the reservation. Read Part 1: Tainted water imperils health, traditions for Montana tribe

CROW RESERVATION— Alisara Knaub saw firsthand how contaminated water can upend your life. (more…) Continue Reading →

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The small college that changed my life


LAY OF THE LAND: An occasional series on the spirit of Montana

Things change, and whether we like it or not, people change. I’ve changed. I’ve moved from a scared college student to a confident mother. From a budding journalist to a genuine teacher. From a mere thinker to a published author. Continue Reading →

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Reception honors artists behind ‘Flying Buffalo Project’


On 10 occasions over the past two years, paintings by Native American artists have been flying over buffalo jumps in the United States and Canada. Next week, the “Flying Buffalo Project” kites and some of the artists who created them will be honored at a reception in the Little Big Horn College Library in Crow Agency. The reception will run from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 11. (more…) Continue Reading →

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