HELENA — The bill to continue Montana’s $700 million-a-year Medicaid expansion program failed on a 25-25 vote in the state Senate Thursday, setting up a last-ditch effort to revive the measure on Friday.
April 11, 2019
HELENA – This Monday April 15th is circled on almost everyone’s calendar. For most, it’s because it’s tax day. But for others, it’s a more enjoyable occasion.
HELENA – The Montana VA, Carroll College and St. Peter’s Health Care System all joined forces to educate the community on common issues returning Vets and their families face.
A major spring storm continues to impact millions of Americans.
HELENA – On Wednesday we told you about an anonymous $2,500 donation made to Helena Public Schools to help pay down delinquent meal accounts.
HELENA – Wells Fargo Volunteers has donated a $100,000 grant to support affordable housing for Helena’s Habitat for Humanity.
HELENA — A Montana House committee Thursday voted to kill the measure that would authorize construction of a new, $48 million museum for the Montana Historical Society in Helena, and increase the state lodging tax to help fund it.
MISSOULA – The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office is taking a look at a cold case from 1991 where two people were found shot to death in the Swan Valley.
HELENA – The Montana Department of Transportation will soon begin construction on a roundabout at the intersection of York Road and Lake Helena Drive.
GREAT FALLS – Wanda Guzman of Great Falls has claimed her $1,000 a day for life prize.
BUTTE – Traditional Neighborhood Watch programs have been around for decades, but social media sites like Facebook are the new way to watch the neighborhood.
GREAT FALLS – A pursuit that started in Great Falls and reached speeds of 120 mph ended near Fort Benton Wednesday night.
MISSOULA – Representatives of the Environmental Protection Agency tell Missoula County it might be another two years before they have a clear picture of contamination at the old Smurfit Stone mill site, and that means it might be another three or four years before a cleanup plan is final.
CONRAD – Conrad Public Schools Superintendent Sharyl Allen submitted a letter of resignation to the school board Tuesday night.
HELENA – Montana’s state auditor issued a cease and desist order against a Tennessee man for selling fake auto insurance policies to Flathead Valley residents.