LIVINGSTON — It has been nearly two months since Montana’s Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester introduced a bill to ban new mining claims on 30,000 acres of public lands east of the Paradise Valley, and supporters of the measure want to see the bill get a hearing. “We want Daines to ask that this bill gets a hearing, and it needs to happen soon,” said Karrie Kahle, the special events coordinator at Chico Hot Springs and a member of the Yellowstone Gateway Business Coalition.
Yellowstone National Park is seeking public input on a proposal to build a 59-foot tower at the Blacktail Deer Plateau for three decades of ecological research. The park released an environmental assessment of the project on Monday and is asking for public comment. The document lays out plans for the tower, which would be within a half-mile of the Grand Loop Road between Mammoth Hot Springs and Tower Junction. The proposal came to the park from the National Ecological Observatory Network.
LIVINGSTON — Beyond the pivot, the cows, the houses, the lodge and the fly shop, there's a spring creek that gives this place its name: Nelson's Spring Creek Ranch. The water's clear and gorgeous, and anglers pay a fee to cast artificial insects at the trout that live there. Off away from the creek are a few ponds, filled with creek water and thousands of rainbow trout destined for someone's dinner table.Roger Nelson is the third generation here, and his adult children are working here now too.
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Selecting a term
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