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PNS Daily News - September 25, 2017 


Here’s a look at what we’re highlighting: new travel restrictions announced for eight countries; research highlights a drop in uninsured kids; and weekend protests over the House Speaker’s tax plan.

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Public News Service - MT: Arts & Culture

The Montana Historical Society is laying off nine people due to budget cuts. (Courtesy of Sanna Porte)

HELENA, Mont. – The full scope of pain from impending budget cuts is coming into view for public employees and the Montanans they serve. Lawmakers turned down a number of bills to increase the state's revenue, and now the state faces a shortfall that will lead to $70 million in cuts. Jill

Painter Georgia Baker wants to represent the grizzly bear's more playful side. (2017ęGeorgia Baker ArtWorks)

BOZEMAN, Mont. – A Montana artist wants to show grizzly bears from a different perspective and shed light on their precarious situation with the stroke of a paintbrush. Georgia Baker's art show "Connectivity" in Bozeman is displaying her paintings of grizzly bears to help efforts to conserve

CHOTEAU, Mont. - There's something for everyone in every season in the "Rocky Mountain Front Discovery Guide." The newly revised edition is available this week. It's being featured at presentations in Billings, Helena, Great Falls and Missoula, starting today. Bill Cunningham owns High-Country Adv

Birney, MT - Good food, good music and lively debates are expected this Saturday as hundreds throughout the Tongue River Valley gather in Birney for the annual barbecue. The area has long been known as a farming and ranching valley, but in recent years, coal bed methane development, a proposed coal

Bozeman, MT - Grizzlies are moving into Bozeman Thursday night, as the big bears are featured in the premiere of the new documentary "Grizzly." The filmmakers follow two Yellowstone grizzlies over the course of four years, as well as ranchers, politicians and homeowners in the area who have learned

Choteau, MT – Communities along Montana's Rocky Mountain Front are working to grab more of the tourism industry with a new "Discovery Guide" that promotes hunting, fishing, camping and sightseeing. Mickey Hodgkiss with the Choteau Chamber of Commerce says plenty of people pass through on their

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