MISSOULA – On Thursday the Missoula International Airport will have one arrival that requires some extra attention, leaving some to ask what effect that will that have on other flights
HELENA – Public Service Commission Chairman Brad Johnson, vying for a second term representing western Montana’s PSC District 5, says he’d like to continue helping guide the regulatory body in keeping rates affordable for consumers – and fair for utilities.
HELENA – Montana Attorney General Tim Fox ruled Monday that Gov. Steve Bullock ignored state law this summer when his administration finalized a $6 million
HELENA – As Montanans start early voting this week, they’ll be choosing not only two of the state’s members of Congress, but also 125 offices that will have far more influence on state policy: Montana House and Senate seats.
MISSOULA – Details surrounding President Donald Trump’s visit to Missoula on Thursday have slightly changed.
The three men running to represent Montana in the U.S. Senate faced off in Bozeman Saturday in a televised debate, organized by MTN News and Yellowstone Public Radio.
Tune in to KTVH’s sister station KXLH and our digital platforms Saturday for the final Montana U.S. Senate debate, featuring Democrat Jon Tester, Republican Matt Rosendale, and Libertarian Rick Breckenridge.
The Milk River project in north-central Montana could get more funding from the federal government.
In Lewis and Clark County, about 27,200 ballots were loaded onto a truck Friday morning and taken to a Helena post office to be sent out.
The ballot language should include underlines where a ballot measure would add words to existing state law, and strike-throughs where it would remove words. But in the text for I-185 and I-186, some of those markings weren’t included, so it wasn’t immediately clear what the measures would change.
A familiar face in Montana could soon be on the political world stage.
MISSOULA – President Trump’s upcoming campaign stop for Republican US Senate candidate Matt Rosendale has Missoula GOP members excited for the opportunity to host the highest-ranking member of their party.
HELENA – On the issue of health care, Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester and his Republican challenger, Matt Rosendale, couldn’t be much farther apart.
MISSOULA – Republican Party sources have confirmed with MTN News that President Donald Trump is planning to visit Missoula on Thursday, October 18.
HELENA – In the campaigns for US House and US Senate this year in Montana one of the biggest issues on the minds of voters is health care.