BILLINGS- Two federal government agencies have come together to help small businesses in eastern Montana. The Small Business Administration now has a satellite office with the Department of
May 22, 2019
The opportunity for kids to get started in the cattle industry is knocking. That’s because one of America’s most unique youth agricultural scholarship programs is
BILLINGS – Billings is chock full of amazing high school students. Some will take the stage at MetraPark Sunday to graduate. Out of all those students, there’s one at
BUTTE – The Environmental Protection Agency is promising to help get funding to a group that wants to restore a portion of Silver Bow Creek.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals is doing some digging to figure out who exactly owns fossils found buried in Montana. The long-standing dispute is
RED LODGE- Twenty-two new inches of snow fell in Red Lodge in the last 24 hours, and the fresh snow made for some unexpected and
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK – As of Wednesday, May 22, Glacier National Park plow crews were two miles away from Logan Pass. Each year, plows crews
MISSOULA – It’s not the end of the saga, but it’s the beginning of a new chapter in the recovery story for Montana Highway Patrol
HELENA — A hotel worker and union organizer from California appeared Wednesday before the Montana Board of Investments, urging it not to place state money
Customers brandishing guns; bloody fistfights; physical attacks on employees — for workers at one Chicago McDonald’s restaurant, life behind the counter can sometimes be downright
GREAT FALLS- Roberto Salaman-Garcia, a former Thomas Carnival worker, was found guilty of two felony and two misdemeanor counts of sexual assault Wednesday. Salaman-Garcia was
BILLINGS- Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a missing Billings man. Byron Barber, 27, was last seen Monday, Billings police wrote in a
BILLINGS- Mostly cloudy but dry skies are what you’re seeing in Billings Wednesday. However, at least the temperature is starting to warm up little bit.
MHP Trooper Wade Palmer is set to return to Montana later Wednesday in order to continue his recovery from a shooting outside Missoula in March. Trooper Palmer’s
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is returning to Iowa next week to continue his campaign for president. According to a press release issued Wednesday, Bullock