Tongue River


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Tongue River

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A river, about 360 km (225 mi) long, rising in northern Wyoming and flowing generally northeast to the Yellowstone River in southeast Montana.
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Campbell and his men embarked with the peltries, Fitzpatrick took charge of all the horses, amounting to above a hundred, and struck off to the east, to trap upon Littlehorn, Powder, and Tongue rivers. He was accompanied by Captain Stewart, who was desirous of having a range about the Crow country.
1873 - US 7th Cavalry, under Lt Col George Armstrong Custer, clashes for the first time with the Sioux near the Tongue River. One death on each side.
The 5.8-acre site sits along the Tongue River, a scenic and important recreational area.
S 137 Focus: Yellowstone River Compact Violation Judgment Awards Judgment is awarded against the State of Wyoming and in favor of the State of Montana for violations of the Yellowstone River Compact resulting from Wyomings reduction of the volume of water available in the Tongue River at the Stateline between Wyoming and Montana by 1300 acre feet in 2004 and 56 acre feet in 2006.
Surface Transportation Board (STB) has killed the future of the planned 42-mile-long Tongue River Railroad, citing the uncertainty of permitting, costs and a continued weak coal market.
The federal Surface Transportation Board (STB) has killed the future of the planned 42-mile-long Tongue River Railroad, citing the uncertainty of permitting, costs and a continued weak coal market.
Five additional reaches located at tributary mouths (Tongue River, Sunday Creek, Powder River, O'Fallon Creek, and Cabin Creek) were sampled in 2009 to ensure tributary confluences were included in the study.
IN THESE DAYS OF FADING WINTER, with springtime emerging, all I can think about is the smell of the wild raspberries in their full ripeness, their red skin glowing along the banks of Tongue River in the Shining Mountains.
Bob Thaden, owner of Tongue River Winery in Miles City, called the conference "a watershed moment" for the Montana industry.
Labre Indian School, 1000 Tongue River Rd., Ashland, MT 59003 (www.stlabre.org).
New York (AirGuide - Airline & Travel News) Tue, Feb 18, 2014 - The Surface Transportation Board (STB) yesterday announced it accepted for consideration the Tongue River Railroad Co.
Today, the Northern Cheyenne Reservation stretches west from the Tongue River over more than 400,000 acres of pine forests, gurgling streams, natural springs, and lush grasslands in southeastern Montana.