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  • Gold Star Award: Mitchell Harmon

    Gold Star Award: Mitchell Harmon

    Every month, KULR-8 is happy to highlight one local educator who goes above and beyond in the classroom with KULR-8's Gold Star Award. 

    Every month, KULR-8 is happy to highlight one local educator who goes above and beyond in the classroom with KULR-8's Gold Star Award. 

  • Wyoming principal wins prestigious award

    Wyoming principal wins prestigious award

    An elementary principal got the surprise of his life, just as he thought everything was going wrong. It happened at Livingston Elementary school in Cody. As Livingston Elementary Principal Mike Wood was called to the Superintendent’s office, the students and teachers filled the bleachers in the gym. They were excited about the surprise they were planning for Mr. Wood.

    An elementary principal got the surprise of his life, just as he thought everything was going wrong. It happened at Livingston Elementary school in Cody. As Livingston Elementary Principal Mike Wood was called to the Superintendent’s office, the students and teachers filled the bleachers in the gym. They were excited about the surprise they were planning for Mr. Wood.

  • WSU Quarterback dead of apparent suicide

    WSU Quarterback dead of apparent suicide

    WSU Quarterback dead of apparent suicide

    WSU Quarterback dead of apparent suicide

  • Wake Up Montana Weather for Wednesday January 17, 2018

    Wake Up Montana Weather for Wednesday January 17, 2018

    MONTANA'S WEATHER:

    Expect frosty sunshine today but with temperatures a bit warmer. Look for more of those pesky western valley inversions  with gusty winds building out east near Livingston. Our next warm weather system has the potential to bring a variety of weather conditions beginning Thursday and continuing into Friday. Warmer air moves into Montana with Thursday`s trough so snow levels will start off above most valley elevations.

    MONTANA'S WEATHER:

    Expect frosty sunshine today but with temperatures a bit warmer. Look for more of those pesky western valley inversions  with gusty winds building out east near Livingston. Our next warm weather system has the potential to bring a variety of weather conditions beginning Thursday and continuing into Friday. Warmer air moves into Montana with Thursday`s trough so snow levels will start off above most valley elevations.

  • Recess as a reward?

    Recess as a reward?

    Over the last decade there's been an increasing push to get students outside more often. In a 2010 report, the U.S. Department of Health and Human services recommended young students play for at least 60 minutes day. You may have heard of the Play 60 Program or the Liink Project, which is an acronym for "Let's Inspire Innovation 'n Kids." But, some teachers feel the focus on play may not allow some students time to focus on academics.

    Over the last decade there's been an increasing push to get students outside more often. In a 2010 report, the U.S. Department of Health and Human services recommended young students play for at least 60 minutes day. You may have heard of the Play 60 Program or the Liink Project, which is an acronym for "Let's Inspire Innovation 'n Kids." But, some teachers feel the focus on play may not allow some students time to focus on academics.

  • Your health: Holding in a sneeze could be deadly

    Your health: Holding in a sneeze could be deadly

    Doctors releasing a new warning in the medical journal "b-m-j case reports" which says you shouldn't hold in your sneezes. It highlights the case of a 34-year-old man who suffered an injury to his neck by holding in a forceful sneeze. The force of the held-in sneeze sent air and matter crashing into the back of his throat. Sneezes can produce pressurized air which can explode at speeds up to 100 miles an hour.

    Doctors releasing a new warning in the medical journal "b-m-j case reports" which says you shouldn't hold in your sneezes. It highlights the case of a 34-year-old man who suffered an injury to his neck by holding in a forceful sneeze. The force of the held-in sneeze sent air and matter crashing into the back of his throat. Sneezes can produce pressurized air which can explode at speeds up to 100 miles an hour.

  • Billings TrailNet informs city council of Skyline Trail concept

    Billings TrailNet informs city council of Skyline Trail concept

    The Billings TrailNet presented a new project to the Billings City Council Tuesday night called the Skyline Trail.

    The Billings TrailNet presented a new project to the Billings City Council Tuesday night called the Skyline Trail.

  • Local reaction to McDonald's "Going green"

    Local reaction to McDonald's "Going green"

    Montanans have mixed thoughts on McDonald's eco-friendly plan.  Here's what they said...

    Montanans have mixed thoughts on McDonald's eco-friendly plan.  Here's what they said...