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Colstrip comfort: Mining town’s family-friendly side often overlooked
COLSTRIP – The sky’s the thing here, or one of the big things. If you haven’t lost yourself in a Montana prairie sky lately, especially in June, especially after a rain shower, you may h ...
Published Mon, Jun 30, 2014 • Added 2 years ago
Where they are: Parks, closest town, acres
PARK CITY ACRES Ackley Lake, Great Falls, 160 Anaconda Smoke Stack, Anaconda, 12.22 Bannack, Dillon, 1529.45 Beaverhead Rock, Dillon, 71 Beavertail Hill, Missoula, 65 Big Arm, Kalispell, ...
Published Sat, Jun 28, 2014 • Added 2 years ago
Suicide conference draws more interest than it can accommodate
HELENA — A standing-room-only crowd of more than 250 people from across Montana turned out for the 2014 Montana Conference on Suicide Prevention.The conference was such a hot ticket that ...
Published Fri, Jun 27, 2014 • Added one year ago
3 administrators fired at Miles City Mental Health Center
The three top administrators of the Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center in Miles City who were fired earlier this month have hired a Billings attorney to fight the termination ...
Published Mon, Jun 23, 2014 • Added 2 years ago
17 to vie for Miss Montana in Glendive this week
The Miss Montana pageant marks 10 years in Glendive this week. Events begin on Wednesday and conclude on Saturday. There are 17 contestants in the pageant. The Miss Montana pageant ma ...
Published Mon, Jun 9, 2014 • Added 2 years ago
Election results from around Eastern Montana
Big Horn County Commissioner (nonpartisan) Angela Russell – 148 votes Phillip Miller – 177 votes George Paul Real Bird III – 345 votes George L. Toyne D.C – 183 votes Marshall M. Lefthan ...
Published Tue, Jun 3, 2014 • Added 2 years ago
Bucking Horse Sale: They don't call it world famous for nothing
MILES CITY — They call the Bucking Horse Sale the cowboy Mardi Gras. Some spectators even wore purple and gold plastic beads around their necks last weekend at the fairgrounds in Miles C ...
Published Sat, May 24, 2014 • Added 2 years ago
Cape Air boardings are taking off in Eastern Montana
SIDNEY — With a million frequent flier miles, Elizabeth Nicodemus had seen it all, but the nine-seat Cessna 402 Cape Air she flew in from Billings to Sidney was still a rare bird. “I lov ...
Published Fri, May 23, 2014 • Added 2 years ago
April 25, 1894
The flight of some 300 unemployed men headed for Washington, D.C., on a train stolen in Butte ended in Forsyth after two days. Federal troops from Fort Keogh near Miles City placed the p ...
Published Thu, Apr 24, 2014 • Added one year ago
April 22, 1880
Montana pioneer Granville Stuart left Miles City on horseback in a search for desirable cattle range. Stuart’s descriptions of the country he traveled gave a vivid portrayal of a large s ...
Published Mon, Apr 21, 2014 • Added one year ago
April 3, 1885
The Eastern Montana Livestock Association and the Montana Stockgrowers consolidated their operations under the name of the latter organization in Miles City to “unite cattle and horse gr ...
Published Wed, Apr 2, 2014 • Added one year ago
Lolo Hot Springs was home to first, 'pretty crude' American luge run
LOLO HOT SPRINGS – They say if you know where to look on the rocky slope behind these steaming hot pools you’ll still find faint traces of America’s first luge run that waxed in late 196 ...
Published Thu, Feb 6, 2014 • Added one year ago
Montana Mallards takes wounded vet on waterfowl hunt at Teller Refuge
CORVALLIS – The hunt began with a prayer.In the dark just before dawn – as cold rain mixed with big wet flakes of snow falling from the sky – the two camouflage-clad men bowed their head ...
Published Sun, Jan 19, 2014 • Added one year ago
New Montana roadkill rule awaits FWP Commission approval
Montanans cannot legally dine on flat fur stew for at least another month.Although the law passed by the Legislature allowing the recovery of roadkill on Montana’s highways for personal ...
Published Fri, Oct 4, 2013 • Added one year ago
Montana governor signs pension, state buildings, school funding bills
HELENA – Gov. Steve Bullock on Monday signed into law some major spending bills to fix Montana’s troubled pension systems, raise state employees’ salaries and pay for some new and renova ...
Published Mon, May 6, 2013 • Added one year ago
Montana tourism good across the board in 2012
Al Sargent, chairman of Hardin’s Little Bighorn Days Committee, can barely contain his enthusiasm.Last summer the annual event commemorating the most storied battle of the Indian Wars ex ...
Published Tue, Feb 19, 2013 • Added one year ago
Opponents seek to derail Montana coal line bid
BILLINGS — Opponents of a proposed railroad that would open southeastern Montana's coal fields to new mining are asking federal officials to revoke the project's application.The Rocker S ...
Published Thu, Jan 10, 2013 • Added one year ago
New route picked for planned Montana coal railroad
BILLINGS — Owners of a railroad that would open Montana's coal fields to increased mining offered a new route for the disputed line on Monday, which backers said would be shorter and aff ...
Published Tue, Dec 18, 2012 • Added one year ago
Wolf hunters flock to trapping certification class in Billings
BILLINGS - Marshall Tate said that a few years ago he’d be deep in the backcountry elk hunting on a day like Saturday.“But here I am — an elk-hunting guide in a wolf-trapping class. Wolv ...
Published Sun, Sep 16, 2012 • Added one year ago
Record high temperatures Tuesday for Billings and Miles City
After several days of scorching temperatures in the area, Billings and Miles City set record highs with triple-digit heat, according to weather service records.The daily high for Billing ...
Published Tue, Jul 3, 2012 • Added 9 months ago
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