The depth is there on paper. The health in the room is better than it has been. Proving time has come for Matt Lubick's Nebraska receivers, who have the promise but not the production as Huskers to this point. So, sticking with alliteration, plenty to prove. NU's staff has been...
College SportsSand Hills Express
Nebraska offensive coordinator and receivers coach Matt Lubick joined host Greg Sharpe of the Huskers Sports Network during the Sports Nightly program Wednesday evening. Lubick enters his second season as a member of the Nebraska football coaching staff. Lubick said that he has been pleased with the progress of Nebraska’s group of receivers and how they performed during spring practice.
Coeur D'alene, IDCoeur d'Alene Press
Mike Randles was named Coeur d’Alene High School principal on Wednesday. Randles has been assistant principal and activities director at CHS for the past five years. Prior to that he spent more than 20 years in the classroom, primarily as a secondary English teacher. “I am both honored and humbled...
Cut Bank, MTcutbankpioneerpress.com
Many individuals pass down family trinkets or heirlooms from generation to generation. The Stanchfield family, passes down their passion for medicine and their skills as medical professionals. Shelby native Mark Stanchfield, who has practiced optometry for 35 years in Cut Bank, found that passion while growing up in Shelby. “I...
Heart Butte, MTcutbankpioneerpress.com
Dr. Ken Crawford and the Southern Piegan Health Center are reaching patients from all over Blackfeet Country
Arriving at the Southern Piegan Health Center, one ascends a short set of stairs into what appears to be a corner set in between two parts of the building. As per Tribal Ordinance, masks are required for folks entering the facility. Upon entering, a person must first choose one of...
Whitefish, MTWhitefish Pilot
Saying vacation rentals are having a large impact on Whitefish, City Council says it wants to explore options to regulate further short-term rentals in the city. “Short-term rentals are having a significant impact on the landscape of our town,” Councilor Ben Davis said last week. “I don’t have any moral issue with short-term rentals, but it’s the collateral impacts on the town that rubs me. There is a whole economy in short-term rentals and people making money on it, and there are a lot of people in the community being impacted by it in terms of high housing prices and traffic.”
Missoula County, MTPosted byM Curren
Have you ever wished there was a pedestrian or bike trail near your house to help you commute safely to work or the store? If so, now is the time to let Missoula County know where trails are needed. This week, the staff of Missoula County Parks and Trails held...
Congress & CourtsBig Hollywood
Republican senators leading the charge against Tracy Stone-Manning, President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), introduced a bill on Wednesday to combat tree spiking after new information surfaced about Stone-Manning’s involvement in a tree spiking plot 30 years ago. Energy and Natural Resources Committee ranking...
As early as the 1850s, scientists have been studying glycogen, a unique energy storage system for carbohydrates, in the human body. About 70 years later scientists discovered an apparent link between fatigue in marathoners and carbohydrates as a fuel source. But it wasn’t until the 1960s that it was confirmed that muscle glycogen played a major role in endurance performance.
On July 27, the U.S. Senate voted to bring President Joe Biden’s appointee to head the Bureau of Land Management to a final vote, though a date on which the vote will be held has not been set. Tracy Stone-Manning, whom Biden nominated on April 22, has become a controversial...
Second annual Relay For Life has a big payoff – this year’s total was over $101,700. Leona’s Pride was the top team, raising approximately $17,223. Two hundred ninety walkers kept on through the night and into the early morning. . .Sixth annual Jim Stanton Golf Tournament was held July 9 at Lakeview Country Club. Winning team members were Nathaniel Packineau, Neil Packineau, Lester Straub, Tyler Irigoin and Josh Schwartz. A special tribute was also paid to coach Don Schillinger on his retirement from the head football coaching position. . . Hannah Gonsioroski, daughter of Charlie and Katina Gonsioroski, won first place in the Montana State Poppy Poster contest class I. . .Baker Fire Department has been busy with summer fires due to equipment malfunction and lightning. . .Work is going on again at the Fallon County Veterans Memorial. The wet spring delayed the project, but volunteers are determined to get the monument in place this summer.
Laurel, MTLaurel Outlook
Timothy James Lockwood of Cheyenne, Wyoming, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on February 13, 2021 at the age of 81. Tim was born to parents Clark Augustus Lockwood and Cathron Mary Reardon on July 22, 1939 in Billings, Montana. He spent his formative years in Laurel, Montana, where his large family of aunts, uncles and cousins all grew up together in a tight knit family. He married the love of his life, Kathleen Camille Robot, on September 16, 1961 in Laurel. They had two children, Kathleen (Casey) and Timothy.
HINSDALE — Three recent Hinsdale Central School graduates received scholarship awards from funds managed by the Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation to support graduating Hinsdale seniors continuing their education. Sarah Elsigan and Larissa Kirtz each received the Hinsdale Alumni Association Memorial Scholarship for $1,500. This scholarship established by the Hinsdale Alumni...
Havre, MTHavre Daily News
Property West said in a release is is excited to welcome Russ Getten and Diane Savasten Getten to its team. Russ Getten grew up in Turner and graduated from the University of Montana. Diane Savesten Getten is native to Havre and graduated from Montana State University-Northern, the release said. The...
Montana StatePosted byOnly In Montana
If there’s one thing Montanans love, it’s learning about local history. Between our abundance of dinosaur fossils, our rich Native history, and our mining and railroad adventures, there’s certainly a lot to talk about — and that’s just the beginning. The early 1900s really don’t seem like all that long ago, but when you see […] The post 8 Historic Photos That Show Us What It Was Like Living In Montana In The Early 1900s appeared first on Only In Your State.
EnvironmentPosted byWJCT News
Across the country people have been experiencing hazy skies from big wildfires in Western states. More than 3 million acres have already burned, and fire experts say this is just the beginning. A historic drought and heatwave have primed forests to burn big this year, just like they did last year.
Sacramento, CABig Hollywood
Exclusive—Co-Worker of Unabomber Victim: Biden Nominee Must Answer for Ecoterrorism That Inspired Ted Kaczynski
In 1995, I was an employee of the California Forestry Association in Sacramento, California. On April 25, 1995, my co-worker Gilbert Murray opened a package addressed to William Dennison, the previous executive of the organization. The package contained a bomb sent by Ted Kaczynski, better known as the Unabomber. Kaczynski’s...
Columbia Falls, MTthednvr.com
Henry Chisholm chats with Andre Simone about all things Pac-12 Media Day, then talks with Nate Landman and Dimitri Stanley. Henry was born in Columbia Falls, Montana and graduated from Columbia Falls High School in 2015. He earned bachelor's degrees in journalism and economics from the University of Montana in 2019. Henry joined DNVR as a remote staff writer in 2017, providing support to BSN's Broncos beat reporters. He interned at DNVR headquarters in the summer of 2018 and accepted a full-time position after graduating from UM. Follow Henry on Twitter - @HenryChisholm.
MISSOULA, Mont. - Floating the Clark Fork river just got a whole lot easier. The University of Montana is now offering a new, free shuttle service. Floaters can hop on the UDASH from the campus recreation center and get a ride to the Sha-Ron Fishing Access Site. Then, floaters basically get to float back home.
Dr. Stanley R. Riggs, distinguished research professor in East Carolina University’s department of geological sciences, was recently awarded the 2021 Francis Parker Shepard Medal for “Excellence in Marine Geology.”. The national Society for Sedimentary Geology presented the award, which is named for the “founder of American Marine Geology.” The nonprofit...