After a 15-year absence, American lamb has returned to Japan and some people in the United States sheep industry are excited to have the export market open for business again.
December 5, 2018
Proposed budget and staff cuts at Montana Tech in Butte were up for discussion Tuesday at a public meeting on the Mining City campus.
The Montana State Capitol Christmas ornament for 2018 has been revealed.
A public survey released this week will ask anglers a wide variety of questions about their uses and preferences for the reservoir system and the adjacent stretches of Missouri River.
The Montana Supreme Court held oral arguments Wednesday in an ongoing legal battle between Gov. Steve Bullock and Attorney General Tim Fox over who has authority to approve conservation easements.
The meeting took place before the president’s speech and Cooney brought his oldest son, Ryan, just five years old at the time.
New details emerging in court documents appear to indicate the woman who died in a November shooting incident with Missoula Police may have intended to die via law enforcement gunfire.
A ridge building in will gradually increase our temperatures.
The minimum hourly wage for people in Montana will go up to $8.50 beginning on January 1, 2019.
“I represent my Tribe and that’s an extension of my family, my community, my tribe, my state, my nation,” Plant said.
The listing price was just under $14 million but the final sale price hasn’t been disclosed.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials say there was no wrongdoing in the harvesting of a Yellowstone wolf that has gained national attention.
A cold air mass continues to blanket Montana, keeping daytime high temperatures well below freezing.
Below-average temperatures stick around through Friday