The Bitterroot Hot Shots’ firefighting season officially got underway last week while battling a blaze in a Canadian boreal forest and hazing away bears with helicopter water drops.
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Just past The Gate and down below The Corkscrew, three young trail builders were putting their spud bars to good work.
Humans aren’t the only ones that need to worry about contracting the deadly Rocky Mountain spotted fever from an infected tick, especially this cool, wet spring.
A pair of stakeholder forums about the future of the Lolo and Bitterroot national forests raised complaints from groups wondering why they weren’t invited.
There was a time when sharp-tailed grouse were a common sight throughout the Bitterroot Valley.
Despite having virtually no grizzly bears and no time to think about them, Salmon-Challis National Forest Supervisor Chuck Mark faces a lot of criticism for how he handles grizzly recovery in the Bitterroot Mountains.
With up to another eight inches of new snow in the forecast for Wednesday, four school districts in Ravalli County and the Bitterroot College will release their students early.
Missoula chalked up a daily snowfall record with 8.6 inches of fluff, more than the 8 inches recorded in one day in 1917, according to the National Weather Service.
A group of environmental organizations has criticized Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest officials for neglecting grizzly bear protection, which they claim breaks the law.