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Flavors: Chirping Crickets Under the Big Sky: Cowboy Cricket Farms

Under the flight approach at Bozeman Yellowstone Airport in Belgrade, there’s another winged specimen found at Cowboy Cricket Farms . Here high octane protein products are being produced from Acheta domesticus or the common house cricket by James and Kathy Rolin, the founders and owners of a business that they advertise “brings bugs to the world in fun and exciting ways.”

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Visitors hike near the Dunraven Pass area, Yellowstone National Park, July 01, 2017.
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A small lightning-caused fire started Sunday in Yellowstone National Park as fire danger shifted from moderate to high.

The Yellowstone River Bridge connects the north and south sides of Gardiner, Montana, June 30, 2009.
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The Montana Department of Transportation will renovate a historic bridge that connects the north and south sides of Gardiner, starting September 03. Drivers should expect delays.

Sarah Brown

On this episode of Field Days, Melvyn tops the goats’ grazing pasture to encourage a last push of new growth.


Stella Fong

Under the flight approach at Bozeman Yellowstone Airport in Belgrade, there’s another winged specimen found at Cowboy Cricket Farms. Here high octane protein products are being produced from Acheta domesticus or the common house cricket by James and Kathy Rolin, the founders and owners of a business that they advertise “brings bugs to the world in fun and exciting ways.”

It's Monday, August 19th. Today we have stories about Yellowstone National Park's grizzly bears, an update on children removed from the Ranch for Kids in Rexford and Montana Governor Steve Bullock's goals for the historic presidential forum for Native Americans this week.

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Gun violence awareness groups in 5 Montana cities will participate in a wave of national rallies calling on the U.S. Senate to reform gun laws.

Welcome to the first episode of The Weekender!

This week we chat with the Missoulian's Cameron Evans and Seaborn Larson about their reporting on Montana's private religious teen therapeutic group homes. We meet the newest residents at Zoo Montana and you can test your Montana news knowledge with our quiz.

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Montana Governor Steve Bullock is full steam ahead with his presidential campaign. That’s despite the fact he’s far off from meeting the benchmarks required to participate in the third Democratic debate.

A set of four smoking power plants stacks
Jackie Yamanaka / Yellowstone Public Radio

The state expects to release final details of plans to clean up groundwater contaminated by toxic coal ash at the Colstrip power plant next month.

Mosquito
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The West Nile virus, the leading mosquito-borne disease in the U.S., has just been detected for the first time this year in mosquitoes in three counties in south-central, central and northeast Montana. And public health officials are urging everyone to take precautions.

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