HELENA – On Wednesday, November 14th, the Montana Department of Transportation is holding an open house on the future Custer Avenue Improvement Project.
November 7, 2018
Gianforte has extended his lead to 51 percent to 46 percent, according to the Montana Secretary of State.
MISSOULA – Nearly a year after announcing the largest cuts in decades, University of Montana administrators say campus leaders have been able to develop a plan to save nearly $5 million, but retain most of UM’s programs.
Montana is in the midst of a cold and snowy November pattern.
Lewis and Clark County treasurer and clerk and recorder Paulette DeHart, the county’s election administrator, said she was surprised by the long lines for people waiting to vote – and especially for those doing same-day voter registration.
GREAT FALLS – Montana voters are rejecting ballot measures to extend Montana’s Medicaid expansion program, funded by a tobacco-tax increase, and to impose new water-treatment regulations on new hard-rock mines.
HELENA-Democrat incumbent Leo Dutton has won another term as Lewis and Clark Co. Sheriff.
Montana is known for growing some of the best barley in the world, and a lot of that commodity is used to make beer. Hops are also an essential component of the brewing process.
UPDATE 11:00 A.M.: After regaining the lead in the U.S. Senate race Wednesday morning, Tester has announced he won a third term in the Senate.
BILLINGS – The Billings Police Department announced Wednesday it has gone live on Twitter and will no longer issue traditional press releases. “Our goal is
HELENA – Great Divide Ski Area is once again making a bid to be the first hill to open in Montana for the ski season.
MISSOULA – We reached out to voters on Election Day to see what drew them to come out to polls. Montana has lots of voters
BILLINGS- While voters head to the polls and cast their ballots; elections officials across the state of Montana are readying themselves and their machines for a busy night of counting.
GREAT FALLS – Kyle Normal Heupel has been charged in Great Falls after he allegedly threatened to kill two people. Court documents state that on
Michael Allen of Columbia Falls, 79 years old, has been identified by the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office as the man who died after a boat capsized in the Flathead River.