GREAT FALLS – Billy Carol Smiley was a well-known gymnastics coach in Great Falls. She coached for over 50 years.
January 11, 2019
The city attorney’s office will review the applications and prepare them for public comment beginning on Monday. The Helena City Commission will interview the finalists Feb. 4, then select one to fill the position.
HELENA – St. Peter’s Health Medical Group is opening its 2nd annual seasonal Cough, Cold and Flu Clinic on Monday, January 14th.
HELENA – The United Way of the Lewis and Clark Area are asking those affected by homelessness to reach out in anticipation of the next community homelessness survey.
The event was sponsored by environmental and outdoor groups, including the Montana Wilderness Association, Montana Wildlife Federation and Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. Organizers estimate at least 1,800 people were in attendance.
HELENA – Legislative Democrats said Thursday they’re introducing their own bill to reauthorize expanded Medicaid in Montana, but offered few details on how it may update the program that provides health coverage to 95,000 low-income Montanans.
The FBI is investigating a shooting in Browning that sent two people to the hospital Thursday.
MISSOULA – In addition to serving as the University of Montana’s 19th president, Seth Bodnar now also holds the title of major in the Montana
GREAT FALLS – Senator Jon Tester joined Montana This Morning Friday to discuss several issues impacting the state including the federal response to missing and murdered Indigenous women, the reintroduction of the Little Shell Restoration Act, and the ongoing government shutdown.
Samantha Sullivan 3:59 pm January 10, 2019 BILLINGS – A one-time federal agent for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has been indicted on child
BUTTE – Butte is considering adding time limits for the use of large storage containers on city streets.
BILLINGS- If there are no buyers of prostitution, there is no business.
HELENA – Montana saw record high school graduation rates in the latest school year. The Office of Public Instruction reports that the statewide four-year graduation
A former U.S. Postal Service employee in Pondera County who was found guilty of tampering with residents’ mail was sentenced Thursday.
Paychecks were supposed to go out today for thousands of furloughed federal employees affected by the government shutdown.