The 21st annual “Made in Montana” Trade Show returns to Helena this weekend.
March 15, 2019
The sounds of drums, bagpipes and dancing thundered through the halls of the Capitol Friday morning to celebrate Irish heritage.
Flooding looks less likely compared to last Spring.
Montana firefighters were at the Legislature Friday continuing their fight for coverage for on-the-job illnesses.
It is with a heavy heart that the MTN family says goodbye to a friend and colleague.
One of the victims injured in a series of shootings Thursday night and Friday morning has died, according to the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office.
A Lewis and Clark County Judge sentenced a Helena man to two consecutive life sentences for the murder of his parents.
The biggest issue of the 2019 Legislature will be under the spotlight Saturday, as a House committee plans an all-day hearing on the two competing bills to continue Medicaid expansion, the $750 million-a-year program that provides government-funded health coverage to 95,000 low-income adult Montanans.
A quiet Saint Patrick’s weekend ahead of us. Temperatures expected to be in the 30s and 40s. Temperatures continue to trend warmer next week.
The U.S.D.A – National Agricultural Statistics Service, is seeking nominations to the Agriculture Statistics Advisory Committee .
Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer, who was shot early Friday morning near Missoula, has been airlifted to a Salt Lake City hospital.
A Minnesota couple avoided federal prison Thursday after they were arrested with about 1,000 pounds of marijuana in Miles City in 2017.
MTN News has confirmed that former University of Montana interim president Sheila Stearns and her husband Hal, a well-known Missoula historian, are safe.
A bill moving through the Legislature would allow microdistilleries to increase their alcohol production and still keep their tasting rooms.
The Montana Highway Patrol trooper who was shot near Missoula Friday morning is in critical condition.
High pressure will be a nice change this weekend, allowing for temperatures to climb to the 40s.
The Montana Highway Patrol reported a trooper was shot early Friday morning in the Evaro area and a suspect has been arrested.
Warming trend continues