With the state of COVID 19 and athletics worldwide, it was good news from the University of Montana that men's and women's basketball will begin their seasons, however, without fans in the Dahlberg Arena.
Thursday, November 5 has been set aside by Governor Bullock as the annual Eloise Cobell Day, a day to honor the Blackfoot woman who brought the only successful class-action lawsuit against the U.S. government, for its gross mismanagement of trust lands over 100 years.
University of Montana Associate Professor of Fire Ecology Phillip Higuera has released a new study linking the effects of long term climate change on this past summer’s devastating fire season along the west coast.
The University of Montana’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research recently completed a study sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis on how Montana’s working parents are affected by the lack to reliable child care.
The New UM Big Sky Poll was released on Tuesday and the preliminary results show that Montana is still a red state, in that Republican candidates, for the most part, are outdistancing their Democratic opponents at this point.
It may only be June, but the first Grizzly home football game will arrive in early September, and the University of Montana is preparing for whatever may come in this era of COVID 19 and the George Floyd tragedy.