The award-winning documentary opened this week at several theaters in the state. It focuses on Montana reporters and political leaders as they investigate the sources of “dark money” campaign spending.
HELENA – People in Helena got a chance Saturday to experience firsthand how Montanans living through World War I helped with the war effort.
More than 500 kids celebrated good health and good times Saturday morning. The day started with a fun run for kids and families around Centennial Park.
Leaders demonstrated some of their training exercises. The facility features life-size airplane models, and they can use propane to create everything from a burning engine to a full-scale fire around the fuselage. Firefighters can then put out the flames using a specialized airport fire engine.
The state auditor, Montana’s insurance commissioner, must review the rates insurance companies propose. However, Rosendale’s office emphasized in a statement they can’t reject those rates unless they are found to be unfairly discriminatory.
Wildlife managers are working to be ready to take over managing the bears if the federal government decides to remove them from the list of threatened species. Leaders with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks said that process could begin as soon as this November or December.
State Superintendent Elsie Arntzen’s office showcased 14 new posters Wednesday in an event at the State Capitol. They will be distributed to all Montana middle schools and high schools.
Montanans Against Tax Hikes, the committee formed to oppose Initiative 185, says the summary of the initiative that voters will see on the ballot is misleading. The group filed a legal challenge, asking the Montana Supreme Court to order changes in the language.
On Saturday morning, dozens of members of the Gruber family were on hand to help dedicate the William Dawson Gruber Memorial Trail at Tenmile Creek Park.
HELENA – A Northwest Montana woman who has spent more than a decade riding around the U.S. on horseback shared stories from her travels in Helena.
HELENA – 29 craft breweries from around Montana showcased their products in Helena Saturday evening.
HELENA – With the start of Montana’s bow hunting season less than a month away, archers in the Helena area were getting prepared this weekend.
A crane lifted 9,600-pound metal boilers high into the air and over a phone line Friday so they could be installed at the complex’s main plant.
U.S. Forest Service leaders say they plan to move forward immediately on the Telegraph Vegetation Project, after a federal judge ruled against two environmental groups that challenged it.
Air quality in the Helena area briefly dipped to the “Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups” level Thursday morning, before improving later in the day.