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MSUB Chancellor Speaks On Future Campus Goals

Montana State University Billings’ new chancellor, Dan Edelman, joined MSUB in April of last year. On campus Thursday, he presented on the college’s strategic plan and its objectives. It’s the first of two meetings addressing the plan this month and next.

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Montana State University Billings’ new chancellor, Dan Edelman, joined MSUB in April of last year. On campus Thursday, he presented on the college’s strategic plan and its objectives. It’s the first of two meetings addressing the plan this month and next.

Kayla Desroches / KMXT

As Congress considers bills to address the epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women, reservation communities are tired of waiting.

Today, Northern Cheyenne tribal members are holding the third memorial march for a young girl whose body was found in late December, three weeks after her mother last spoke to her.

Montana State University

It may not be everyone’s epicurean delight but the brave and the curious get a chance to sample edible bugs Feb. 14. 2019, noon  to 4:00pm, at the 31st annual Bug Buffet at Montana State University.

When MSU began this sampling of edible insects in 1991, the treats received a less than enthusiastic response.

MSU entomologist Florence Dunkel, PhD, said that first year, 1991, only about 9 % of those who filled out the survey expressed an acceptance of the edible insects.

Cattle on Weston Merrill's family ranch

Montana saw a week’s worth of negative temperatures across the state this month.

YPR’s Kayla Desroches sat down with reporter Sarah Brown, who covers agriculture for the Prairie Star and produces Field Days for YPR, to talk about what that means for ranchers in the state.

courtesy Sara Hollenbeck

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County sheep ranchers Sara and Henry Hollenbeck speak at a Young Ag Couples Conference in Helena.


courtesy Gavin Woltjer

Located in downtown Billings, Montana, the Billings Public Library strives to be a place of exploration, education, and inclusiveness that provides entertainment, research resources, music, computer technology, digitization services, and educational opportunities for our community.

Library Director Gavin Woltjer joined Resounds in the studio to talk about the 5th year anniversary of the library and a preview of what he sees as the future for the institution.


Yellowstone County Commission Meeting / Community Seven Television

Residents and business owners in west Billings near Oscar’s Park and Yellowstone River have been actively speaking against a construction project working its way through local government.

Rule Hiding Bill Legal Notes Clears Montana House

Feb 7, 2019
Eliza Wiley/MTFP

A rule to keep the Montana Legislature website from publishing legal notes flagging potentially unconstitutional bills cleared the Montana House Feb. 5 after a vote to strip the language from a broader rules package failed on largely partisan lines.

Playlist 1342 Sat. Feb. 2, 2019

“Blue Light Boogie”, Cozy Eggleston, Honkers And Barwalkers vol. 1 (various artists), Delmark Records, http://www.delmark.com

“Mean Red Spider”, Muddy Waters, The Chess Box, MCA/Chess Records, https://www.muddywatersofficial.com

“Streamline Woman”, Muddy Waters, The Chess Box, MCA/Chess Records, https://www.muddywatersofficial.com

Playlist #008 Fri. Feb. 1, 2019

“Blue Light Boogie”, Cozy Eggleston, Honkers And Barwalkers vol. 1 (various artists), Delmark Records, http://www.delmark.com

“Pony Blues”, Charley Patton, Founder Of The Delta Blues, Yazoo Records

“The Pony Blues”, Son House, Delta Blues, Biograph Records

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