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Three youth advocacy groups in Yellowstone County are pooling their resources.

Tumbleweed, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County, and the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch are in the first few months of a pilot program.

DreamWorks Pictures/Universal

The movie Green Book won three Golden Globe film awards in early January for best comedy or musical, best supporting actor in a motion picture and best screenplay. And it could win an Oscar or two in February.

It is the story of a working class bouncer who becomes the driver for an African American pianist on a tour of the South during the racial segregation of the early 1960s.

Moderates Emerge As Major Players In Montana Legislature

Jan 14, 2019
Shaylee Ragar/UM Community News Service

A loose-knit, ever-evolving group of Republican legislators is making waves and causing headaches in the 66th Montana Legislature.

They call themselves the “solutions caucus.”

It’s not a traditional caucus by any means: No barriers to entry, no specified leaders, nor a roster. Simply put, it’s a group of legislators who meet informally and talk about issues. They’ve branded themselves as independent, realistic thinkers in an environment that often feels deeply divided along party lines.

Sara Hollenbeck

On this episode of Field Days, Stillwater County rancher Sara Hollenbeck and her two year-old son Rhett fill their winter days visiting a surprise guest.

Anna Paige

On this episode of Resounds: Arts and Culture on the High Plains, co-hosts Corby Skinner and Anna Paige talk with artist Jennifer Eli French, whose mixed-media installation "This Vibrant, Tarnished World" is a response to the themes of nostalgia and longing in Station Eleven, a dystopian novel by Emily St. John Mendel. Station Eleven is a part of the National Endowment for the Arts The Big Read Program

Saverio Truglia

A Grammy Award-winning contemporary music chamber ensemble will drive into Big Sky, Montana next week to perform.

Kayla Desroches / YPR

Roughly 70 people gathered in Lame Deer Wednesday on what would’ve been Henny Scott’s fifteenth birthday.

Scott’s body was found late last month near her community on the Northern Cheyenne reservation in southeastern Montana. She is one of many indigenous women and girls who have gone missing across North America in recent years.

As Montana Legislators Begin Budget Work, Here’s What The Governor Wants To Spend

Jan 10, 2019
Eliza Wiley/Montana Free Press

First and foremost among the tasks facing Montana legislators as they open up the 2019 legislative session is producing a state budget — the set of bills that will ultimately direct how Montana’s state agencies spend billions in public money over the next two years.

Blue Light Boogie: Hat Attack

Jan 9, 2019

Playlist #1308 Saturday Jan. 5, 2019

“Blue Light Boogie”, Cozy Eggleston, Honkers And Barwalkers vol. 1, Delmark Records,

“Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat”, Walter Trout, Blues On Blonde On Blonde, Telarc Records,

“You Can Leave Your Hat On”, Joe Cocker, Classic Hits, Capitol Records,

Kayla Desroches

Just two weeks after a U.S. Senate hearing on missing and murdered indigenous women, the body of 14-year-old Henny Scott was found on the Northern Cheyenne reservation in southeastern Montana.

She was one of countless indigenous women and girls who have gone missing in cities and rural communities across the United States and Canada. Many have not been found.

Henny Scott's body was found late last month, about three weeks after her mother last spoke with her.

On Saturday, her family held a funeral on the reservation.