Livingston and Park County have been featured in the news many times in the past week. Many of our local issues carry national importance because our county is the northern gateway to Yellowstone National Park. Millions of visitors pass through here every year, remember the unique beauty of this place and continue to pay attention,
Join Montana Aquatic Resources Services (MARS) and the Trout Unlimited Montana Water Project for a two-day symposium discussing the state of the Yellowstone River and future threats to its vitality. Open to all, this event will bring together community members, agricultural producers, business
Micheal Werner, with Crevice Mining Group, raises more questions than he answered in the following interview with The Billings Gazette. From what we can gather he thinks an open pit operation would be appropriate on the border on Yellowstone National Park (except we’re not Nevada) and that his interests and needs supersede those of the local
Montana Releases Draft Environmental Assessment on Lucky Minerals Exploration & Senator Tester Requests Mineral Withdrawal
Despite overwhelming opposition from local residents and businesses, the Canadian company Lucky Minerals has not given up its plans to explore for gold up Emigrant Gulch, just north of Yellowstone National Park.
Montana DEQ released its Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) of Canadian