Pelicans at the Metcalf
Large white birds in the water, bobbin' for food.
Goldstone Fire Likely Stopped at Less than 10,000 Acres
The Goldstone fire still burning in the Bitterroot 18 miles south of Jackson is the state’s second largest.
Are You Ready for the Perseids Meteor Shower?
It might be worth staying up late this year.
Back the Blue 5K and Pancake Breakfast in Victor
There is no better time then now to "Back the Blue". Coming up on June 10th in Victor is a 5K and Pancake feed for a great cause! Help Back our Blue and enjoy the great outdoors.
Bitterroot River Closures Issued Due to Roaring Lion Fire
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is closing down a section of the Bitterroot citing the need for firefighter access and potential danger to floaters and anglers.
Low River Levels And Higher Water Temperatures Signal Possible Restrictions
Fishing restrictions on local rivers could be on the way due to higher summer temperatures.
Hair Cutting Fundraiser to Help Six Year Old Battle Leukemia
The fundraiser is set for Sunday, June 12th
4.9 Magnitude Earthquake Felt in Bitterroot Valley
A Saturday morning earthquake that the U.S. Geological Survey reports as a magnitude 4.9 trembler hit in Idaho, and was felt by many in the Bitterroot Valley.
Lost Horse Fire up to 55 Acres, Burning in Rugged Terrain
The Lost Horse Fire in the Bitterroot is still burning and has grown to 55 acres.
High Temps Bring New Fishing Restrictions to the Bitterroot and Clark Fork Rivers
Montana Fish, Wildlife and parks is putting new fishing restrictions on both the Clark Fork and Bitterroot Rivers.
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