MISSOULA – The US Fish and Wildlife Service takes the decision right up to the deadline, but will go ahead with an appeal of a federal judge’s ruling which blocked a decision to remove protections for the Yellowstone grizzlies.
December 21, 2018
A representative of owner Dick Anderson told MTN they had seen a number of people trespassing on the property since then, and they put up the fences to stop it.
Gov. Steve Bullock read out the names of eight people who died while homeless this year. For each name, a rose was placed in a memorial bouquet.
BILLINGS- The man convicted of torturing and murdering a Crow Agency woman in 2016 will spend the rest of his life in prison, and an accomplice was handed a 40-year sentence Friday.
Happy Friday and first day of Winter! Big Sky Country will start looking and feeling like winter through the last weekend before Christmas.
Susan Good Geise, a Republican from Augusta, said she has been honored to serve on the commission, but that she is ready to return to her community.
BOULDER – Sixteen months ago, Gov. Steve Bullock visited and praised the Riverside Recovery and Re-Entry Program here for women inmates, calling it an example of a successful correctional program helping offenders prepare for release.
Former Miles City athletic trainer charged with coercion and enticement of minors to engage in sexual activity
GREAT FALLS – An indictment filed Friday in U.S. District Court charges former Custer County High School athletic trainer James “Doc” Jensen, of Miles City, with coercion and enticement of minors to engage in sexual activity, U.S. Attorney Kurt G. Alme announced.
GREAT FALLS – The Montana Highway Patrol reports that at least one person died in a crash in Cascade County on Friday.
Fifteen dogs have been “Pet of the Week” features, and thirteen have found homes.
GREAT FALLS – This holiday season 22 local nonprofits will benefit from a significant donation.
BILLINGS- Two pieces of key legislation in a massive lands package will not be addressed in Congress before 2018 is up. The bipartisan Land and
FRENCHTOWN – A Frenchtown firefighter from Alberton is recovering from “traumatic injuries” he suffered while responding to a deadly five-semi truck crash in Mineral County on Wednesday and is said to be in “good spirits.”
MISSOULA – Details from a February shooting that took place on Turner Court that left one man in the hospital have begun to emerge in
BOZEMAN – Jodi Moore, the widow of Mason Moore who was shot and killed during a traffic stop near Three Forks, joins Chet to explain