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GREAT FALLS – Enjoy the holiday season at your favorite buffalo jump by visiting First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park to help trim their tree and celebrate the holiday season on Saturday December 11 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. During your visit you can make your own paper ornaments, decorate the …

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BILLINGS, MONT -- Coming on the heels of a very successful NILE Stock Show and Rodeo, the NILE Board of Directors regrets to inform the membership, volunteer base, exhibitors, vendors and NILE fans of the departure of General Manager, Chad Reisig. Due to an unexpected family illness, Chad wi…

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MISSOULA – With snow already dusting nearby Mount Sentinel, the University of Montana began construction this week on a new combined heat and power (CHP) facility that will provide electricity and steam to its buildings.

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BOZEMAN —Montana State University invites students, staff, faculty, alumni and members of the community to celebrate the traditional yearly lighting of Montana Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 1.“Lights on Montana Hall” starts at 5:30 p.m. at Alumni Plaza and the Bobcat Spirit statue, just north of M…

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Thanksgiving Thanks For Life InsuranceThree Ways Life Insurance Can Help Protect Your Loved Ones NEW YORK, 11/21/21 – Thanksgiving is a time where many families gather around the table and share what they’re thankful for. If you’re fortunate enough to consider your family as one of the thing…

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BOZEMAN — Construction at a rural school in the central part of the state is giving Montana State University researchers an opportunity to help pioneer a new kind of geothermal heating and cooling system that could lower the cost of the technology.

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The Hi-Line Climbing Center of Great Falls is always in support of our local community, which is why The Hi-Line Climbing Center is now offering a way for non-profit organizations to raise money to support their cause. It is called Climbing for a Cause. 

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CWD sample numbers up from previous yearsTest results turn-around time averaging seven days HELENA – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks staff is on pace to collect a record number of chronic wasting disease samples from deer, elk and moose this year. Between July 1 and Nov. 12, FWP staff col…

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NOVEMBER 02, 2021Cascade Schools will be honoring all US Military Veterans and celebrating Veterans Day on Thursday, November 11th at 9 am in the new gym. Please join Cascade Public Schools for our annual Veterans Day Celebration.Please use the north entrance to the school and make sure and …

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Our fire year is not over

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On Thursday, the Biden Administration announced a January 4, 2022 deadline for all businesses that have at least 100 employees to require vaccinations or weekly tests for their employees. This deadline also applies to employees of federal contractors and health care workers.

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The ever so popular Annual Harvest Party took place at The First Baptist Church Sunday evening. There was lots of fun to be had for all ages that included games, plenty of food and candy! Upon entering, the eager trick or treaters received a goodie bag, pre-filled with treats, and they immed…

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The Cascade Food Bank's food box distribution day will be Monday, November 8. If you or your family are experiencing a difficult time, need food, and live in the Cascade Community, please contact Linda Cotton. We will add you to the distribution schedule or provide assistance if need is immediate

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 The third Thursday of every October is the Great ShakeOut! drill. As we are not in session that day, we practice on 10/25 at 10:25 AM. The students are notified to duck under an item that will provide protection and cover their head, while they hold onto the item to prevent it from moving. …

Cascade is a generous and caring community who takes care of its own.  This was in evidence Saturday morning as members of the Cascade Volunteer Fire Department held a "Pass the Boot" fundraiser for the family of firefighter Ken Lemanski who recently passed away.  The morning saw a steady st…

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HELENA – The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet on Oct. 28 in person at the State Capitol in room 303. Additional seating is available in the balcony. The meeting begins at 8:30 a.m.

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Not only can you advertise your business, read up on Cascade Town News and look through available jobs , but have you seen our website?! WWW.CASCADENEWSPAPER.COM is the place to go to read up on local events and statewide news that has beneficial options. Don't have time to go purchase your …

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Bighorn sheep season to close in HD 501HELENA – By order of the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission, hunting district 501 as described in the current Moose, Sheep and Goat regulations legal descriptions shall be closed to hunting of ALL bighorn sheep, effective one-half hour after sunset on…

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Wildlife Quarterly: October 2021Montana has a long history of mule deer research and management.The goal? Manage for the long-term welfare of Montana’s mule deer resource and provide recreational opportunities that reflect the dynamic nature of deer populations.To “manage for the long-term w…

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WHIP accepting grant applications through WebGrantsHELENA – The Montana Wildlife Habitat Improvement Program (WHIP) is currently accepting grant applications. The application process for this year was initiated in a grant administering system that Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has decid…

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This past weekend on October 16 and 17, the Wedsworth Memorial Library held a book sale at Wedsworth Hall. The tables were lined with knowledge and entertainment containing books, dvd’s and audio books. We entered and donated, bought books and cds at a reasonable price, but we also ate! Ate …

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Today at church, the congregation of The First Baptist Church surprised Pastor Steve Boettger with a heart felt gift. A gift that sure is a near and dear to his heart, Forgiven , the painting by Thomas Blackshear.  Not a dry eye in sight at church because Pastor Steve is seldom seen emotiona…

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Celtic Musician Jerry Barlow, performed at the Wedsworth Memorial Library on Tuesday October 12. Mr. Barlow Is a very crowd interactive guitarist that keeps you clapping and smiling all through his performances. His songs take you on a mental journey that accompany his storytelling abilities…

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BOZEMAN — A junior in Montana State University’s environmental healthprogram became the first MSU student to be selected for a national toxicology mentorship program last month.Emory Hoelscher-Hull was one of 25 undergraduate students nationwide selected for the Toxicology Mentoring and Skil…

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 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Stockman Bank Now Top-Tier Investor Montana Chamber welcomes its newest Treasure State member HELENA, OCT 12, 2021- On October 1st, the Montana Chamber of Commerce welcomed its newest Treasure State member, Stockman Bank. Stockman Bank has been a member of the Montana …

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Today, the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office, under the Slaughter/Reeves Administration, rolled out the latest jail update; the Inmate Tablet Educational Program. Staff spent the day training on the Tablets and tomorrow morning, the Tablets will be rolled out to every inmate in the jail. These…

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Goat taking in the sun at Applestem Corn Maze over the weekend.

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BOZEMAN — With a $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, Montana State University will offer a summer program for elementary schoolteachers to gain hands-on research experience and fresh ideas for bringing science, technology, engineering and math into their classrooms.The fundi…

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BOZEMAN, MT, Oct. 07, 2021 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced an investment of $4.7 million to establish partnerships with organizations to provide outreach and technical assistance to historically underserved farmers and ranchers. The partnerships will support participati…

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MISSOULA, Montana - A new investment platform has launched to empower Montana businesses to raise investment capital directly from the general public, helping entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses free from the control of traditional financial gatekeepers.

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Helena, Mont. – Bovine tuberculosis (TB) has been confirmed in a Montana beef herd for the first time in decades. The Montana Department of Livestock (MDOL) confirmed TB in a Blaine County herd following detection of the disease in a cow at slaughter. The infected cow was identified by meat …