For several sessions, state lawmakers have rejected funding for a proposed new Montana Historical Society museum in Helena — but this time, a GOP senator hopes a new funding source that also spreads money statewide will get the project approved.
March 22, 2019
By the end of the school year, all 10th-, 11th- and 12th-grade students at Jefferson High School will be certified in “Teen Mental Health First Aid.”
Student artwork from around the state was recognized for the 2019 ‘Montana Ag in Color’ Drawing Contest.
The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office reports they have become aware of at least four scams over the past few days, including one that is collecting funds on behalf of Trooper Wade Palmer.
Carroll College’s anthrozoology dogs are in need of new homes by April 23.
Melting snow has led to minor flooding
Police on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation are investigating a shooting after a medical team discovered the victim of a car crash had a gunshot wound.
City Manager Ana Cortez confirmed to MTN that Fire Chief Mark Emert resigned his position Friday.
The Bozeman Police Department has released the name of the man and woman who died in a murder-suicide Wednesday in Bozeman.
A poll by University of Montana researchers found a majority of registered Montana voters support legalizing marijuana.
Lowland flooding remains a concern as we head into the weekend.
Sublime with Rome, SOJA, and Common Kings are set to headline the 1st annual Last Chance Music Fest on June 29, 2019.
A pregnant Lockwood woman and her husband were booked into Yellowstone County jail Thursday after police found their 17-month-old daughter dead at home of suspected dehydration and neglect earlier this month.
Flooding concerns increase with incoming rain and snow