The Lewis and Clark Humane Society is asking for help contacting an individual who abandoned two cats outside the shelter’s open gate in freezing temperatures.
February 28, 2019
The change increased the number of counties in Montana in which brucellosis vaccination is required from four to ten.
Kessler Elementary School students are learning everything from baking to cryptography to video production as a part of their Kid’s College program.
Temperatures begin to fall on Frida
City officials have issued an avalanche warning for the Rattlesnake area.
Prickly Pear Bronc Rider champion Fannie Sperry Steele, and two architects, John G. Link and Charles S. Haire, were selected.
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality and other partners detailed cleanup efforts at the Upper Blackfoot Mining Complex to two Helena High School advanced placement environmental science classes.
As bitterly cold temperatures linger across much of Montana, organizations that help people in need pay their energy bills are expecting higher demand for their services.
State lawmakers Wednesday unveiled a bipartisan compromise to crack down on sexual abusers of children in Montana – although the sponsor of the upcoming bill said it’s “not perfect” and that he would prefer stronger steps.
An avalanche closed part of Highway 287 approximately 39 miles south of Ennis near Quake Lake.
Hit and miss snow flurries will continue into the weekend and clear skies are leading to bitterly cold overnight lows.
Another arctic blast moves in this weekend