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State park visitation dips during cool spring
May 18, 2022 noon

State park visitation dips during cool spring

Temperate weather with a few cold spells during the first quarter of 2022 contributed to a slight decrease in the number of overall visitors to state parks in Montana, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reported last week.

Suit seeks to end camping on gravel bar near Blankenship Bridge
May 18, 2022 11:20 a.m.

Suit seeks to end camping on gravel bar near Blankenship Bridge

A group of residents calling itself Friends of the Flathead River filed suit against the Forest Service on May 16, claiming the agency is violating the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, The Forest Service Organic Act and the Administrative Procedures Act for allowing people to camp unfettered on a gravel bar near the Blankenship Bridge.

BNSF changes controversial attendance policy
May 18, 2022 7:40 a.m.

BNSF changes controversial attendance policy

Montana’s largest railroad company is making changes to a controversial new employee attendance policy after receiving pushback from railroaders and unions. But even with the changes, labor officials remain unimpressed and said BNSF Railway’s new policies could lead to unsafe working conditions on the railroad.

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