Triangle Communications and Hill County Electric CEO Craig Gates said the equipment they use is not a threat to the missile complex throughout rural Montana.
March 25, 2019
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient is Eastgate Elementary School kindergarten teacher Adrienne Simonson.
Republicans in the Montana House voted Monday to increase state income-tax revenue — by repealing more than a dozen tax credits, including several that benefit installers of energy-conservation and alternative-energy systems.
On a 10-9 vote, the bill to finance a proposed $48 million new museum for the Montana Historical Society advanced out of committee Monday.
Spring flooding is being driven by runoff and ice jams
The Montana High Tech Business Alliance reported the state’s high-tech companies generated more than $2 billion in revenue in 2018.
Interstate 90 between Hardin and the Wyoming border remained closed Monday morning.
House Bill 21, or Hanna’s Act, failed on a tie vote in the Senate Judiciary Committee Monday.
If you’re injured on someone else’s property, you might be entitled to compensation — and if you’re a property owner, you’re responsible for maintaining safe conditions to prevent those injuries from happening. This is all part of what’s known as premises liability.
Before law enforcement arrived, another caller reported they had struck the man with their vehicle.
MTN News reached out to Montana’s U.S. senators for their response to the special investigation’s findings.
Some Montana ranchers are improving their herds through hard work, traditional marketing methods, and 21st century technology.
This work week is shaping up to be a bit cooler and wetter than the last.
Areas of flooding occurring in Northeast & North-Central Montana