HELENA – That winter weather is already causing some problems around Helena.
October 9, 2018
GREAT FALLS – The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced on Tuesday a $837,000 grant to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to combat invasive mussels in
HELENA – Local healthcare professionals were joined by Governor Steve Bullock at St. Peter’s Health on Tuesday October 9 to show their support for I-185, which would extend Medicaid Expansion and increase tobacco taxes in Montana.
HELENA – The Lewis and Clark County Elections Office said a third-party mailer recently sent out to Montana residents has created confusion among some voters.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY continues for areas near the Continental Divide into Wednesday morning. Snow will continue to fly in the mountains, valleys, and adjacent
GREAT FALLS – The Great Falls Police Department announced on Tuesday morning that stolen property was recently recovered near Cascade.
HELENA – Outside money continues to pour into Montana’s U.S. Senate race, including more than $4 million the past week or so – pushing the total to nearly $21 million, through last Friday.
HELENA – The Lewis and Clark Brewing Company, which started in Helena more than a decade ago, has come to gain national recognition.
GLASGOW – For certain people the taste of Eugene’s Pizza in Glasgow is the best in the world. And when the craving hits they are
Kathleen Williams, the Democratic challenger to Greg Gianforte, shares her experience of campaigning with Dr. David Parker.
MTN News 1:05 pm October 6, 2018 MISSOULA – The University of Montana has added e-cigarettes to its Tobacco Free UM Policy. School officials say
BILLINGS – Westmoreland Coal Co. announced Tuesday it will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. In a press release, the Denver-based company that owns the
GREAT FALLS – Malmstrom Air Force Base has been a cornerstone in Great Falls for decades.
Glacier National Park has closed the Going-to-the-Sun Road in the Logan Pass area for the winter season due to continued winter weather. According to a
MISSOULA – Mount Jumbo School, a vacant elementary school in East Missoula, played host to a special training session between multiple emergency response agencies from Missoula.