DNRC leaders updated the state Environmental Quality Council Wednesday on the state’s wildfire outlook.
September 12, 2018
HELENA – The man who was found in critical condition in the woods near Lincoln a couple weeks ago”>several weeks ago has been identified as Lee Klette of Great Falls, 42 years old.
HELENA – For the second year in a row, Montana State Fund’s “Growing a Safer Montana” program handed out safety gear to high school students and teachers.
HELENA – The Lewis and Clark Suicide Prevention Coalition, spearheaded by Lewis and Clark Public Health, launched of a new campaign this week called Man Therapy which is aimed at reducing the stigma surrounding mental health for working-aged men.
What a beautiful gray day here in Montana with some snow in the higher elevations.
CLARKSTON – The Horseshoe fire in Clarkston did not grow overnight, according to officials, but on its third day burning a public meeting will be held in town to give locals an update.
HELENA – According to the Missouri River Drug Task Force (MRDTF) they has seen a significant increase in heroin use in the Helena area.
The investigation continues into the deaths of several horses found in Roosevelt County.
BILLINGS – A 74-year-old male pilot of an experimental gyrocopter died Wednesday afternoon after crashing into a hangar at Billings Logan International Airport.
MISSOULA – University of Montana football player Jeremy Calhoun will be charged with misdemeanor assault because of an incident that occurred outside of a bar in May.
GREAT FALLS – The Order of the Arrow Boy Scouts of America held a flag burning ceremony on Tuesday evening in remembrance of 9/11 in
HAVRE – State District Judge Dan Boucher has filed a letter of resignation.
GREAT FALLS – The “MTN Zero Suicide Initiative” aims to tell the stories of our state and provide suicide prevention information and resources. We are teaming up with community partners who are passionate about bringing Montana’s high suicide rate down to zero.
MISSOULA – The man who is accused of leaving a baby in the woods near Lolo Hot Springs appeared in court via video conference on Tuesday.
MISSOULA – There are still details being ironed out, but the Montana University Board of Regents are set to review the University of Montana’s budget details for next year, a spending plan reflecting declining revenue and enrollment.