BILLINGS- America’s farmers and ranchers are about to get an early Christmas present-a new farm bill. The House of Representatives followed through with passage of
In June of 2017, Ashley Loring HeavyRunner went missing. For over a year, her sister Kimberly Loring and other family members and friends have combed the mountains on the Blackfeet Reservation searching for her.
Every two years, Helena experiences a burst of activity as 150 lawmakers – and many more lobbyists and members of the public – come to the capital for the state legislative session. But that session can’t run smoothly without a lot of preparation behind the scenes.
HELENA – The Montana Supreme Court Wednesday struck down a state tax credit for donations that fund scholarships for students at private schools, calling it a form of unconstitutional aid to religiously affiliated schools.
Montana’s Congressional delegation and the state’s farmers and ranchers are celebrating Tuesday evening after the United States Senate gave approval to a new Farm Bill worth more than $860 billion.
TACOMA, Wash.- A federal judge in Washington state dealt another blow Tuesday to a proposed Columbia River coal terminal that would ship Montana and Wyoming coal to Asia.
HELENA – The Montana Supreme Court overruled an opinion by Attorney General Tim Fox over the governor’s approval of conservation easements.
Tester and Daines urge passage of bill aimed at helping Vietnam veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange
HELENA – Montana’s two U.S. senators on Tuesday urged the passage of a bill, blocked in the Senate, to mandate health and disability benefits for a group of Vietnam War veterans exposed to the herbicide Agent Orange.
MISSOULA – The nation has been celebrating the life of former President George H. W. Bush since his passing. The funeral procession was made possible
HELENA – Spending on Montana’s 2018 U.S. Senate race smashed the record for a single Montana campaign, surpassing $63 million by the two main candidates and more than 40 outside political groups.
BILLINGS – A congressional measure that has interest in Montana as well as many other western states has cleared a hurdle in the process of becoming a bill, Thursday in the U.S Senate.
HELENA – A state criminal-justice panel agreed Wednesday to support proposed changes that restrict how Montana parolees and probationers can seek to get off state supervision.
HELENA – Reauthorization of the Farm Bill and a conservation fund, protecting Yellowstone National Park and recognizing the Little Shell Indian Tribe are among the Montana delegation’s goals for the final weeks of the 2018 Congress.
BILLINGS- Many Montanans watched in awe at the pomp and circumstance of the funeral of former President George H. W Bush Wednesday morning.
BILLINGS – A recount in the race for state District Court judge was moving steadily Thursday, according to Yellowstone County Elections Administrator Bret Rutherford.