HELENA – President Donald Trump has an approval rating of 54.5 percent in Montana – more than any top politician in the state, according to a Montana Television Network-Montana State University poll.
October 25, 2018
HELENA – The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) has released the first year evaluation of the state funded STARS Preschool Pilot project.
HELENA – Demolition of Helena’s former Capital Hill Mall won’t take place until sometime early next year.
HELENA – Most Republican lawmakers whose support enabled passage of Medicaid expansion at the 2015 Legislature are now opposing Initiative 185, which would extend the program past next year.
GREAT FALLS — Linemen are the blue-collar members of any football team. They grind in the trenches, often times going unnoticed for doing the thankless job of clearing or taking up space.
MISSOULA – Missoula Police are looking for another person of interest in last week’s double homicide at a Missoula motel. MPD Sgt. Travis Welsh says
CLANCY – A Clancy lumber mill is opening its doors to the public for the second year in a row as part of a statewide effort to highlight the importance of forestry products.
MISSOULA – A Missoula woman is combing through the charred remains of her clothes and belongings after her home caught fire early Wednesday morning.
ROUNDUP- Smoke billowed from a hillside just south of Roundup on Tuesday as fire ate away at underbrush and occasionally enveloped a larger tree, but there was no panic or sirens. This was a planned fire, years in the making.
A Missoula-based nonprofit is helping families in the Blackfeet Nation put food on the table.
MISSOULA – The MacArthur Foundation will be giving $700,000 to help reform Missoula County justice system and to try and reduce Missoula County jail population.
BUTTE – There’s no safe place for a crow to land at the World Museum of Mining in Butte. Not with all the creepy scarecrows around.
A 69-year-old hunter was rescued Monday after reportedly being trapped under his ATV for about 44 hours in the Clark Canyon area in Beaverhead County. The man is now in a Missoula hospital.
BOZEMAN – Bozeman Police are looking for a man who reportedly exposed himself four different times in Bozeman businesses.
BOZEMAN – Gallatin County has seen a record number of absentee voters ahead of the November 6 election.