There is still much we don’t know as we continue to wait for samples taken from the Yellowstone River and its tributaries by Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks. Those samples are being analyzed presently and we expect to hear about the results soon, and as soon as we learn more we will pass that information
July 4, 2015
By: Jeff Reed
As one of several Park County land owners adjacent to the proposed Gravel Pit and Asphalt Plant, I wanted to briefly express my thoughts and opinion on this issue and future ones that I’m sure Park County will continue to face.
First, some context. I grew up in Billings, MT and lived
July 5, 2016
By: Ernie Seevers
On July 5th, Park County citizens met at the Old Saloon in Emigrant. Thirty residents gathered to plan next steps in response to a Riverside Contracting application for an open cut gravel mine and asphalt plant in Paradise Valley. This meeting had been called in order for people of