HB 658 will now go back to the House. If the House votes to approve the Senate’s amendments, the bill will go to Bullock for his signature.
April 16, 2019
A Sanders County woman charged with killing her ex-boyfriend last year entered a plea of not guilty Tuesday morning.
This week’s One Class at Time grant winner is using her award to help her work with students individually as well as small groups.
“I’ve been commuting that route as a deputy for 30 years, and this was definitely a first for me,” said Lincoln County deputy Kirk Kraft.
A man accused of having sex at Bozeman hot springs over the weekend in view of children appeared in Gallatin County Justice Court Tuesday.
Lincoln’s rural sculpture park, called Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild, is this year’s winner of the Heritage and Cultural Tourism award.
The crash was reported around 9:30 a.m. Monday on Forty Mile Road and Owl Creek Road near Lodge Grass.
The anti-DUI measure that sparked a political furor Saturday, when it was revived by cramming it into another bill, is now dead, after the bill’s sponsor decided to pull the measure from the Senate floor.
Changes in procedures are helping reduce theft, vandalism, after-hours damage, and conflicts at green box refuse collection sites across Flathead County.
The Missoula Rural Fire District reports that controlled burns have already escaped and caused damage in the Flathead Valley and near Superior.
Starting in the fall, Sustainable Agriculture will be a full course at Whitefish High School to prepare students for job expectations.
Authorities responded to an On-Star report of a disabled vehicle west of Drummond possibly involving a crash on Friday.
The historic Swan River Bridge in Bigfork will be renovated allowing emergency vehicles and larger trucks to pass through.
Missoula Police are attempting to locate Emma Walter, who was reported as a runaway from her home on Friday, April 12 at about 6 p.m.
The Senate voted 26-24 to endorse House Bill 658, several hours after an identical vote on the Senate floor broke a four-day deadlock that had stalled the measure since last Thursday.