Helena College has announced the appointment of Dr. Laura Vosejpka as its new dean and CEO.
May 15, 2019
Every year, May 15 commemorates Peace Officers Memorial Day: a day to pay tribute to local, state and federal law enforcement officers who have lost their lives or been disabled in the line of duty.
Montana Supporting Military is gearing up for events this weekend in support of Military Appreciation Month.
Big game season is long over, but that didn’t stop hundreds of sportsmen from hitting the hills near Augusta Wednesday.
A visitor to Yellowstone National Park witnessed an incident involving a small dog and some bison last weekend.
Precipitation totals may exceed an inch by Saturday
Three young girls are taking matters into their own hands by organizing people to join hands from east to west in Scobey to raise money for foster families.
Acting, singing and even dancing are ways a youth theater group in Butte is trying to reach fellow students on important issues.
University of Montana President Seth Bodnar is taking his message statewide.
Commissioners voted to transfer responsibility for large areas south and east of the Gates of the Mountains Wilderness to York Fire-Rescue.
A conservation and recreation project southwest of Augusta will move forward this summer, after the Lewis and Clark County Commission approved more than a million dollars to support it.
Over 300 law enforcement officers and athletes carried the Flame of Hope over 2,200 miles to end in Great Falls.
Expect a cooler and rainy forecast to end the week