Her take, titled “In Defense of Joe Biden: A Hug When I Needed One,” was published on Medium on April 4th.
April 8, 2019
HELENA – Governor Steve Bullock and First Lady Lisa Bullock joined Montana students, lawmakers and advocates to kickoff Fight Childhood Hunger Week Monday at the Capitol.
A big spring storm is poised to bring rain and lowering snow levels for Montana on Tuesday into Wednesday.
HELENA – The Montana History Foundation recently announced the recipients of its 2019 grants.
BOZEMAN – A 17-year-old male was attacked by a bear south of Ennis on Sunday. He fortunately survived the attack with relatively minor injuries.
A large rockfall occurred several days ago on Highway 2 near West Glacier closing the road. On Monday in the Bearmouth area, the Frontage Road along Interstate 90 was closed because of a rock slide.
Democratic state Sen. Tom Jacobson is sponsoring Senate Bill 265, which would make several major changes to Montana’s medical marijuana system. The largest would be removing a requirement that patients buy marijuana from a single provider.
HELENA — Spring has finally sprung with the reopening of Bill Roberts Municipal Golf Course.
CHOTEAU – Teton Pass Ski Area near Choteau was closed for business for the second year in a row.
MILES CITY- School officials in Miles City were unaware their former longtime trainer was sexually abusing dozens of male athletes during training sessions decades ago, the district’s attorneys argued in court documents filed Friday.
BILLINGS – Community service is part of the Miss Montana experience, and those involved in the pageant worked in Billings on Saturday.
GREAT FALLS – Lothar Konrad Krauth, a retired Catholic priest, pleaded guilty to one count of receipt of child pornography Monday.
A Montana teenager was killed and two other people were injured in a rollover crash near Buffalo, Wyo.
HELENA – The Montana Legislature advanced bills this week aimed at protecting elderly and vulnerable adults from abuse. Rep. Barbara Bessette (D-Great Falls) is sponsoring
GREAT FALLS – A new name has been added to the Medal of Honor recipients at the Montana Veterans Memorial. Staff Sgt. Travis Atkins was