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  1. Wildfire season projected to increase two days per year, according to new assessmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 18 | KFBB

    Since 1950, the average temperature across Montana has increased by about three degrees. That's according to the new Montana Climate Assessment released Wednesday by Montana State University.


  2. Sparks' Deja Vu Return Lifts Rocky to Win Over MSU NorthernRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 2 | KHQ-TV Spokane

    Sparks' Deja Vu Return Lifts Rocky to Win Over MSU Northern - SWX Right Now-Sports for Spokane, CdA, Tri-Cities, WA It took 307 yards rushing and an 86-yard kickoff return for a touchdown for the Rocky Mountain College football team defeat Montana State University-Northern, 32-25, in Frontier Conference action at Herb Klindt Field on Saturday afternoon. The 307 rushing yards from Rocky Mountain is the most by a Battlin' Bears team since November 15, 2014.


  3. Runnin' with Rani: Embracing the Ranfranz EraRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 25 | West Hawaii Today

    Three years ago, a relatively young and unknown Cody Ranfranz surprised everyone when he claimed the overall victory at the 2014 Peaman Red, White and Blue Biathlon event. At the time, Ranfranz was only 14 years of age when he earned the distinction of being the youngest victor in all 26 years of Peaman Biathlon history.


  4. College of Charleston central to ambitious eclipse live-streaming effortRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2017 | Post and Courier

    A team from Montana State University prepares to launch a high-altitude balloon in Idaho as researchers test whether they can successfully stream video from the stratosphere. The process will be replicated by seven teams in South Carolina for August's eclipse.


  5. Solar eclipse to be streamed live 1st time from balloonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2017 | The Daily Star

    A balloon carries cameras and other equipment that will be used to monitor the coming solar eclipse during a test launch with students and faculty with the College of Charleston for the Space Grant Ballooning Project on board a US Coast Guard response boat at sea near Charleston, South Carolina, US August 17, 2017. Location coordinates for this image are 32Ao41' 975" N 79Ao44'195" W. Photo: Reuters Next week's solar eclipse will be streamed live online for the first time, from the vantage point of helium-filled balloons across the United States, providing the public with sky-high views as the moon blocks the sun.


  6. Solar eclipse to be streamed live for first timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2017 |

    Nasa has teamed up with US researchers to send balloons 24,384 metres up to capture the solar eclipse as it crosses the US. Next week's solar eclipse - visible as a total or partial eclipse in North America and parts of South America, Africa, and Europe - will be streamed live online for the first time, from the vantage point of helium-filled balloons across the United States.


  7. Runnin' with Rani: A tough weekend of climbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2017 | West Hawaii Today

    Only one cycling race on the island has stood the test of time and to this day, it is revered to be a brutal challenge in just 6.5 miles. The notorious Pedal Till Ya Puke and Run Till Ya Ralph cycling and footrace held on Kaloko Drive has attracted athletes from all over the state for the last 27 years, providing a chance to test themselves against the clock and earn bragging rights on a gnarly climb featuring 3,000 feet in elevation gained with steep gradients upwards of 20 percent.


  8. MSU Staff donates 11,000 pounds of water to help with fire seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2017 | KFBB

    Some staff members at Montana State University are jumping up to help with fire season, how? Staff in the MSU Department of Animal and Range Sciences donated 11,000 pounds of water to the Lodgepole Fire Complex in Eastern Montana. JT Saunders, Red Bluff Ranch Manager in the Department of Animal and Range Sciences in the College of Agriculture, was working and wondering what he could do to help the hundreds of firefighters in Eastern Montana.


  9. College of Charleston students offer a bird's-eye view of eclipseRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 5, 2017 | The Moultrie News

    CofC's ballooning team has been preparing for the eclipse for more than a year. Last summer Logan Avera '17 and senior Sam Fink, both geology majors, traveled to Montana State University to attend a week-long training seminar through the Montana Space Grant Consortium where they learned how to launch high altitude balloons, as well as operate GPS ... (more)


  10. 'I haven't accepted it yet,' Missoula father shares heartache for fallen firefighter sonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2017 | KFBB

    Sadness and grief fill the firefighting community in Montana after news that a young firefighter died in Montana while fighting a wildfire near Seeley Lake. Johnson was a resident of Missoula and this was his first year as a firefighter and second tour of duty this season.


  11. Zero Gravity Solutions Announces That Rik Miller, Former President Of ...Read the original story

    Jul 18, 2017 | BioSpace

    Zero Gravity Solutions, Inc. , an agricultural biotechnology public company commercializing its technology derived from and designed for Space with significant applications for agriculture on Earth, announced the addition of Rik Miller , a 31-year veteran of the DuPont Company to its senior advisory group. Mr. Miller worked at DuPont from 1984 to 2015, where he held numerous successive senior leadership and management roles in sales and marketing in DuPont's agricultural chemicals business.


  12. Kootenai Falls protection celebrates 30th anniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2017 | Char-Koosta News

    Sacred site reminds tribal people of hard-won victories, and continued battles to protect indigenous areas By Alyssa Kelly Char-Koosta News Dropping 300-feet in elevation, Kootenai Falls is the largest undammed falls in the Montana.


  13. Rentec Direct Announces Tech Mastery Scholarship RecipientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2017 | PRWeb

    The Tech Mastery Scholarship from Rentec Direct is offered to college and graduate students pursuing an education in computer science, technology or a related field. Rentec Direct , a leading online property management software company, is excited to announce the most recent recipients of the Rentec Direct Tech Mastery Scholarship .


  14. Amateurs Like Us: Rebecca Kissee Fell In Love With Jumping In AlaskaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2017 | Chronicle of the Horse

    "Of all places, I never would have imagined Alaska, with the snow and tundra and dark winters, that I would fall into this amazing horse community here." Not many people would think of Alaska as a place to discover a love of hunter/jumper showing, but moving to Anchorage five years ago opened up a whole new world for Kissee.


  15. McDowell, Lewis pace runners in AnnihilatorRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2017 | Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

    Devin McDowell earned the overall victory and Melissa Lewis captured the women's title in the Annihilator trail run near Nenana on Saturday.


  16. Iceland Is Getting Hotter, Thanks to Game of ThronesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2017 | MSNBC

    You're not imagining it if it seems like everyone you know is either planning a trip to Iceland - or just got back. The Nordic island nation - population 350,000 - has seen tourism numbers explode from under 500,000 in 2010 to more than 2.4 million tourists expected this year.


  17. Roughriders sweep Rapid City schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2017 | The Gillette News-Record

    Next, the Post 42 Roughriders blasted Rapid City Stevens 10-2 to win both games of a doubleheader in South Dakota. "They did kind of a deal where we played Central first and Stevens second, which was good for us," Gillette coach Nate Perleberg said.


  18. Farming practices focus on maximizing soil healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2017 | Sequoyah County Times

    Mitch Auer is one of The Prairie Star's featured producers this season. He and his father, Les, farm about 10,000 heavy clay acres on the Comanche Flat in Yellowstone County, 16 miles northwest of Billings.


  19. 4 Takes On Chicago's Latest Gentrification WoesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2017 | Chicagoist

    While scholars argue the merits vs. harms - and even the definition - of gentrification, the eternal debate seems to be repositioning front and center in Chicago, even of course, as it never really dissipated. With that being the case, we rounded up four recent essays on gentrification which, to varying degrees of penetration, offer something of a roadmap for where the conversation appears to be headed in our city.


  20. More hummus: U.S. chickpea acres climbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2017 | The Columbian

    Plantings are expected to climb 53 percent from the prior season to 498,000 acres, the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates. While the amount is minuscule compared with major row crops - corn will be planted on 180 times the area - chickpea acreage has more than doubled since 2013, and this year's percentage increase in planting was among the largest of the commodities surveyed.