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For the first time in thirty years, the U.S. Forest Service is updating its management plan for the Custer-Gallatin National Forest. It’ll determine where you can mountain bike, build new trails and harvest timber, among other things.

Flooding concerns continue in southeastern Montana due to rapid snowmelt and ice jams.
National Weather Service - Billings

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Flooding shut down a long stretch of Interstate 90 and covered other roadways across Montana on Monday with the still-frozen ground unable to absorb the rapidly melting snow and ice jams causing water to spill over river banks.

Power Struggle Emerges In Montana's Crow Tribe After Vote

Jan 30, 2019
Crow Tribe.
Josh Burnham / MTPR

CROW AGENCY, Mont. (AP) — A power struggle has emerged between two men who claim to be the leader of Montana's Crow Tribe after a disputed recall election earlier this month.

The tribe's vice-chairman, Carlson "Duke" Goes Ahead says he's the legitimate chairman after the Jan. 19 recall election ousted Chairman Alvin "A.J." Not Afraid and tribal secretary R. Knute Old Crow from office.

Senator Jon Tester campaigned with other Democrats for statewide office in Browning Nov 3, where he was lauded as an advocate for solving the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Nicky Ouellet

As members of the Crow tribal council stood alongside Republican Senate hopeful Matt Rosendale for his pro-coal stance at the Bozeman airport Saturday, tribal leaders from the Blackfeet Nation and Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes threw their weight behind Democrats Senator Jon Tester and Congressional candidate Kathleen Williams.

They started their day in Browning with a breakfast feed. By afternoon, they were at Elks Lodge in Polson with the Blacklodge drum circle.

Montana Tribe Can't Account For $14.5 Million

Jun 25, 2018
Crow Tribe.
Josh Burnham / MTPR

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana's Crow Indian Tribe has been unable to account for $14.5 million it received for transportation programs, marking the second time in less than two years the tribe has been faulted for its handling of federal grant money, government investigators disclosed Monday.

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