HELENA – Around 8:45 p.m. a power outage was reported to NorthWestern Energy in the North Valley.
February 8, 2019
KCAP Park is a parcel of just 0.06 acres at the corner of Broadway and Cruse Avenue. Currently, it includes just a small patch of grass and a bench.
The agency is requesting an additional $12.4 million for the next two years – a 19 percent increase over the budget approved in 2017. Leaders are also asking for more than $7 million in supplemental funding, to cover cost overruns from the current two-year period.
HELENA – Lewis and Clark Public Health (LCPH) are urging residents to be prepared for the measles virus.
HELENA – The 2019 Race to the Sky will kick off on Saturday February 9 as planned in Lincoln, MT.
HELENA – Lewis and Clark Fairgrounds will host the 17th annual Florence Crittenton’s fundraising event, “Paint the Town Pink” on Saturday.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY remains in effect for much of Montana from now through Sunday afternoon.
HELENA – A coalition of groups representing businesses, individual rights and low-income Montanans spoke in favor Friday of a bill to prohibit suspension of someone’s
HELENA- A bill allowing Montana micro-brewery tap-rooms to extend their hours to 10:00 p.m. died a quick death Friday.
HELENA – The president of the Assiniboine and Gros Ventre Tribes on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation delivered Montana’s State of the Tribal Nations address on Thursday at the capitol.
HELENA – A Democratic lawmaker Thursday introduced the first bill this Legislature to continue Medicaid expansion in Montana, saying the program providing health coverage to
BOZEMAN – Two Bozeman Symphony performances that were supposed to happen this week have now been canceled due to the allegations made toward Orchestra Director and Conductor Matthew Savery.
BILLINGS- In January 1910, college students made the trek from downtown Billings to what is now Rocky Mountain College.
BOZEMAN – Frostbite and hypothermia can set in quickly on days when the temperature struggles to hit single digits. This typically increases hospital visits at this time of year.
Former Miles City athletic trainer accused in massive sex abuse case to admit to federal coercion charges
BILLINGS- A former Miles City high school athletic trainer accused of sexually abusing at least 32 teenage boys intends to plead guilty to federal charges.