The Senator is about to introduce legislation that would seek to change the federal job classification for fire teams from “Forest Technicians” back to firefighters, and make other changes in how they are paid.
May 17, 2019
Casey Blanchard and his mother Julie were injured in the shooting and continue to recover.
MSU Spokesperson Michael Becker said it was about a 30-foot drop that spanned three floors.
Rising water levels have prompted some trail closures and river access restrictions in Stevensville.
The issue was whether state law in place in 1997 could prevent the Miles City Unified School District from being liable in the abuse of 32 former student-athletes.
It could also mark an early foray into plans to develop a tech campus, something envisioned two years ago by Blackfoot Communications and surrounding property owners.
Meet famous Instagrammer and Flathead resident Alex Strohl who shared his journey from simple snapshots to social media stardom.
Every summer in June, Montana State Parks offers discounted guided tours of the caves at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, the best known of Montana’s 55 state parks, featuring the geological wonder of its subterranean limestone caverns. During the month of June, a family of four can take a cave tour for only $25!
Two years after his death, Highway 287 in Broadwater County is officially the Mason Moore Memorial Highway.
The Socati Corporation has acquired Blue Marble Biomaterials and will use its staff of scientists to make hemp oils and extracts.
A reminder is being issued about the dangers of leaving a dog in a hot vehicle as the temperature continues to rise in Northwest Montana.
Local health officials report there are now 119 confirmed pertussis cases in the Missoula area.
It took only six hours for a Missoula jury long to return guilty verdicts on Thursday for the suspect in a double murder in Frenchtown.
Deputy Mason Moore was ambushed and killed near Three Forks on May 16, 2017. A cross-state pursuit ensued before ending in a deadly shootout near Rock Creek.
First, it was testing. Now it’s thunderstorms. But if all goes well, Miss Montana should soon depart for its historic flight to Normandy, France.