HELENA— The annual “Law Enforcement Torch Run” took a step forward in supporting Montana Special Olympics made its way through Jefferson County and Helena.
May 10, 2019
Bullock signs package of infrastructure bills, including bonding bill and Historical Society funding
House Bill 652 authorizes the state to issue almost $80 million in bonds to fund large and small construction projects across the state. Senate Bill 338 would increase the state lodging tax to help fund a new museum for the Montana Historical Society and grants to local museums and historical sites statewide.
Happy Mother’s Day to all of the moms out there.
HELENA – Jim Darcy Elementary School students left their mark on their new school Friday afternoon.
HELENA – Lewis and Clark Public Health continues to track instances of two highly contagious diseases that have shown up in the community.
HELENA – Lewis and Clark County says people could experience delays at the Motor Vehicle Department on Monday, May 13th.
HELENA – Family, veterans and members of the military gathered at the Capitol Rotunda on Friday, May 10 to honor the work of two Carroll College Graduates and commission them as new Army officers.
HELENA – Mental health can be a tough topic to talk about, but Lewis and Clark Public Health and the Lewis and Clark Suicide Prevention Coalition are using a program called Man Therapy to help de-stigmatize the topic.
HELENA- Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins is teasing an announcement next week, which political experts in Montana are speculating is a likely challenge to U.S. Sen. Steve Daines in 2020.
BOZEMAN – The drug epidemic, from meth and heroin to prescription drugs and opioids, continues to rise across the country.
MISSOULA – Their advanced years keep them from making the trip, but they can certainly help pay for it.
KALISPELL – National Nurses Week and Mother’s Day fall on the same week this year and for Kalispell Regional Medical Center that’s not where the coincidence ends.
LOCKWOOD – Firefighters responded to a fire at a Lockwood industrial site Thursday afternoon.
HELENA- The Montana Department of Commerce warning citizens Thursday about an imitation census survey showing up in the mailbox of Montana voters.
HELENA – Fire managers plan to conduct two prescribed burns in the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest over the weekend.