Is Butte the Davos of the Rockies? A Visit to the Montana Jobs Summit
Sitting squarely on the Continental Divide, the mining town of Butte routinely hosts a fair piece of the world's movers and shakers as it works to shift its gaze from one boom to another.
More Evidence Linking Pesticides and Malformations
Additional studies suggest that common pesticides may be endocrine disruptors, bad news that nonetheless warms the heart of one citizen scientist.
Questions and Answers With Energy Guru Teryn Norris
In a Miller-McCune Q&A, the co-author of the 'Rising Tigers, Sleeping Giant' report addresses the United States' stumbling response to green energy.
Seeking Culprits for Montana's Falling Deer Harvest
Judy Hoy's lonely crusade to determine if farm chemicals are deforming deer boosted by falling populations
A Look at History of Health Cooperatives in the U.S.
Depression-era health solution may find new favor in the modern American struggle for health care change.
In Man vs. Virus, The Win Goes to the Swift
The executive director of the Consortium for Conservation Medicine explains that while zoonotic diseases like swine flu are increasingly with us, quick public health reflexes can successfully clamp down on the outbreak. A Miller-McCune.com interview.
Cajune Brings American-Indian History to Public Schools
Julie Cajune leads a groundbreaking Montana initiative to compile American-Indian history and include it in public education.
Tapping Solar for Places Where the Sun Don't Shine
We've got deserts with no people and people with no power. So, like an electrical Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, we've got thinkers with an idea ...
Forecasters Work to Avoid Next New Orleans
As weather patterns are likely to change with the climate, a national NOAA project centers on gathering meteorological data both before and during significant storms to create precision forecasts that researchers hope will allow us up to a week's notice.