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Two Senate Republicans seek to eliminate or privatize Montana State Fund
This photo from June 2010 shows the 110,000-square-foot Montana State Fund Building in the Great Northern Town Center. MooreThomasMISSOULA — The state’s largest provider of workers compe ...
Published Mon, Mar 20, 2017 • Added 9 months ago
What happens after Gov. Steve Bullock suggests closing a college
Gov. Steve Bullock said Montana Board of Regents may need to consider closing a college.MISSOULA — Closing a college isn't on the agenda of the Commissioner of Higher Education or the Mo ...
Published Fri, Mar 3, 2017 • Added 9 months ago
Billings students back bill that would allow Native American dress at high school graduations
Kaitlin Hugs receives her diploma Sunday during the Billings Senior High Class of 2016 graduation ceremony at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.Natasha Goes Ahead waits in line before comm ...
Published Wed, Mar 1, 2017 • Added 9 months ago
Sidney hospital no longer will perform sexual assault exams
Nurses at Sidney Health Center in Richland County are no longer performing sexual assault exams. The hospital is being sued and won't say why the exams are being suspended.Victims of sex ...
Published Sat, Feb 25, 2017 • Added 9 months ago
Bill would prohibit county attorneys from ... owning bars?
Bar 47 sits on Main Street in White Sulphur Springs. Meagher County Attorney Kimberly Deschene took over the business in 2014, leading some to accuse her of conflict of interest.Meagher ...
Published Tue, Feb 21, 2017 • Added 10 months ago
Meth abuse overwhelms law enforcement, courts across the state, lawmakers told
Evidence seized in meth-related crimes in Butte-Silver Bow includes methamphetamine and user paraphernalia kits with syringes, spoons, and scales as well as weapons and cash.HELENA - The ...
Published Sat, Feb 18, 2017 • Added 10 months ago
St. Vincent, sister hospitals move to regional model
St. Vincent Healthcare's CEO Steve Loveless, left, and Chief Operating Officer Michael Skehan speak about moving to a regional model Friday at the Mansfield Education Center in Billings. ...
Published Fri, Feb 17, 2017 • Added 10 months ago
Bill would let legislators see files on children in contact with Child and Family Services
MooreHELENA — Letting lawmakers see private case files for children who have come into contact with Child and Family Services would help legislators better serve their constituents and m ...
Published Mon, Feb 13, 2017 • Added 10 months ago
California woman sentenced in Glendive meth conspiracy
BlankenshipA California woman will spend five years in federal prison for her role in a meth conspiracy that distributed the drug in the Glendive community.U.S. District Judge Susan Watt ...
Published Thu, Feb 9, 2017 • Added 10 months ago
Oregon woman gets probation in case where meth was stashed in son’s car seat
James F. Battin Federal CourthouseAn Oregon woman facing a prison sentence told a federal judge in Billings on Wednesday that she had cleaned up her life after getting convicted in a con ...
Published Wed, Feb 8, 2017 • Added 10 months ago
Wet winter prompts warnings for future ice jams
Water backs up as ice jams the Yellowstone River near Oscar's Dreamland between Billings and Laurel in March 2014.Ice jams the Yellowstone River near Laurel.The amount of precipitation t ...
Published Sat, Jan 28, 2017 • Added 10 months ago
Debate opens on bills to help oversight of vulnerable kids
Sen. Eric Moore, R-Miles City, during the first day of Montana’s 65th Legislative Session at the State Capitol in Helena. Moore is sponsoring a bill aimed at increasing oversight of the ...
Published Fri, Jan 20, 2017 • Added 11 months ago
Investigation focused on Custer County officer's use of force
Custer County Courthouse - Miles City The Montana Department of Justice will review an investigation into a use-of-force complaint against a Custer County detention officer.Officials hav ...
Published Thu, Jan 19, 2017 • Added 11 months ago
Wet December reduces drought, boosts snowpack
A woman walks her dogs down a snowy Burlington Avenue on Monday. Some of that snow will start to disappear as temperatures climb this week into the high 40s.Lanes are cut in snow piles a ...
Published Tue, Jan 17, 2017 • Added 11 months ago
Poodle reunited with owners after crash in eastern Montana
MILES CITY — A toy poodle who ran away after a car crash in eastern Montana has been reunited with its owners after managing to survive in severe winter weather for over a week.LJ disapp ...
Published Sun, Jan 15, 2017 • Added 11 months ago
NorthWestern, MDU customers to see rate increases this month
The 500-kilovolt power line from Colstrip to Broadview is the largest in Montana.Energy bills are going up for customers of Montana’s two largest utilities.NorthWestern Energy customers ...
Published Sat, Jan 7, 2017 • Added 11 months ago
FWP's law enforcement chief Flowers removed in unusual settlement
Helena-based game warden Sgt. Dave Loewen, shown in 2013, has won a hiring appeal and on Jan. 9 will become Fish, Wildlife and Parks' new chief of the Enforcement Division.In an unusual ...
Published Wed, Jan 4, 2017 • Added 11 months ago
To schools or taxpayers? SD2 has $8.4M savings as bond work wraps up
School District 2's Lew Anderson, right, and Scott Reiter look over upgraded heating systems at Meadowlark Elementary on Thursday, December 22, 2016.A few years ago, winters in the north ...
Published Mon, Dec 26, 2016 • Added one year ago
More snow on the way
Joe Rookhuizen clears the sidewalks on the corner of Avenue C and 19th Street West on Sunday.A winter storm is expected to bring from three to five inches of snow across much of southeas ...
Published Fri, Dec 23, 2016 • Added one year ago
Co-defendent of people who hid drugs in child's car seat sentenced for meth trafficking
Timothy Patrick Pine IIA Miles City man who admitted trafficking methamphetamine throughout the state, including in Missoula and Kalispell, will spend more than 11 years in federal priso ...
Published Wed, Dec 21, 2016 • Added one year ago
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