ANACONDA – According to U.S. Sen. Steve Daines, this year’s open house at the Anaconda Job Corps Center was anything but routine.
BUTTE — Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney on Wednesday became the most prominent Democrat vying for Montana’s open governor’s seat in 2020, announcing in his hometown that he’ll be a champion for public schools, access to health care and economic chances for the average worker.
HELENA- The Montana Supreme Court has denied author Jon Krakauer access to education records he sought from the Montana University System.
HELENA – Lewis and Clark County Commissioners also approved November voting on whether county officials should be chosen through non-partisan elections.
HELENA — From the Southern border crisis to the economy to the cost of college, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester answered questions from an audience of more than 100 people at a free-wheeling town hall here Tuesday morning.
HELENA — The state’s top political cop has dismissed campaign-finance charges leveled against former gubernatorial candidate Ken Miller — seven years after they were initially filed.
BILLINGS – Montana county election officials say they are concerned over Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton’s plan to implement a new election computer system in time for the 2020 elections.
Shane Morigeau said he is seeking the auditor’s job to work for affordable health care, which he said has been vital for people like his parents.
Mike Cooney, a Democrat, has reportedly set a “special announcement” for Wednesday, July 3, at Butte’s Stodden Park. Cooney is widely expected to announce that he will run for governor in 2020.
HELENA — A Helena lawyer and former assistant attorney general is running for Montana’s open Supreme Court seat in 2020, and a state district judge in Helena is considering the race as well.
HELENA — The U.S. Supreme Court Friday said it will decide an appeal from parents of children attending a private Christian school in Kalispell, who are challenging a state rule that barred them from benefiting from a new state tax credit.
The Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians is one step closer to achieving federal recognition.
HELENA — For the first time under the federal health-care law known as “Obamacare,” all three companies selling health coverage in Montana’s individual market are
DES MOINES, IOWA- Montana Gov. Steve Bullock didn’t qualify for the first Democratic presidential debate but did get some valuable “face time” Wednesday in Iowa, the state where the first caucus will be held next February.
HELENA — Big Sky businessman Troy Downing, a Republican who ran for U.S. Senate last year, announced Wednesday that he’s running for state auditor in 2020.