HELENA-On a crisp, fall day in November a couple of county workers dug post holes.
November 19, 2018
Brrrr! Fortunately, Thanksgiving holiday temperatures will not be as cold as Saturday morning when it was as cold as -10. Over the next few days,
HELENA- Monday afternoon marked a significant milestone in the construction of the new Central School Building.
GREAT FALLS-A Great Falls man is trying to return a piece of history to its rightful place after it was found in the trash.
LAUREL- A Laurel man is taking a chance on an old historic and vacant downtown building: the old Laurel Trading Post on West Main Street.
BOZEMAN- The Montana Board of Regents approved changing the name of the MSU Center for Western Lands and People to the Ivan Doig Center for the Study of Lands and Peoples of the North American West on Friday.
WASHINGTON- The Department of the Interior said Monday that more than 2,000 landowners with fractional interests on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation had been made buyback offers.
GREAT FALLS- When Giant Springs Elementary School was built, gone was the idea of a traditional classroom setting.
BUTTE– A wanted man was arrested in Butte after he crashed the vehicle he was driving into a building during a pursuit with police late Saturday afternoon.
MISSOULA- One person died on Sunday morning after being shot by a Missoula police officer.
GREAT FALLS- The holiday season is in full swing and the Great Falls Symphony is exemplifying the Christmas spirit with their upcoming concert, “Voices of Christmas.”
BILLINGS- Montana ranchers produce some of highest quality beef you’ll find anywhere, but lately plant-based proteins and lab-grown meat have grabbed headlines and cattlemen and cattlewomen want to protect the integrity of their industry through proper labeling of alternative proteins.
High pressure over the western half of the continent will keep us sunny and dry for the first few days this week.