Treasure State veterans and their families are getting a head start on Christmas celebrations.
December 20, 2018
The officials took the oath of office from Montana Supreme Court Chief Justice Mike McGrath. All six are incumbents elected to another term in November.
HELENA – A Department of Corrections reorganization announced this fall has been touted by its director as a cost-saver that created a more efficient, streamlined agency.
Lewis & Clark County Commission moves forward with Fort Harrison area zoning, tables Military Affected Area proposal
The zoning regulations would apply to about 20,700 acres, mostly within one mile of the fort boundary. The Rural Growth Area and Urban Growth Area zoning would limit parcels to a minimum size of ten acres, except in “cluster developments” that include undeveloped open space or resource uses.
A Helena landmark is up for the sale for a little under a million dollars, but the price tag might be the least interesting thing about the Kohrs Mansion.
HELENA-Lewis and Clark Co. Coroner Bryan Backeberg released the names of the man and woman who died in a suspected murder-suicide Tuesday evening.
BELGRADE – Curry Express is a well-known authentic Indian restaurant in Belgrade.
BUTTE – Butte’s once bustling Meaderville neighborhood literally vanished without a trace.
The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office shared on Facebook some pictures of a deer that got tangled in a soccer net.
BOZEMAN – Two litters of puppies were recently dumped in the Wolf Point area.
BILLINGS – Gov. Steve Bullock helped introduce Wednesday at Billings Clinic a major step forward in the battle for Montana’s mental health.
POLSON – Tribal and federal authorities are looking for the public’s help in the wake of a pair of grizzly bear shootings.
GREAT FALLS – The Montana School for the Deaf and Blind held an open house Wednesday morning.
SUPERIOR – The Mineral County Coroner released the names of the two men who died in the five-vehicle crash on Interstate 90 Wednesday that shut
BILLINGS – The city of Billings does not have to pay more than $2.73 million to police officers for overtime they say they’re owed dating