ExplorationWorks opened its newest exhibit, “When the Earth Shakes,” on Friday.
May 17, 2019
They urge Montana’s junior senator to do whatever he can to bring changes that would convince more young men and women to stick with firefighting as a career and help those who are seriously injured protecting homes and forests.
On Monday, Helena city manager Ana Cortez will present the preliminary city budget for the 2020 and 2021 fiscal years. That budget proposal will include some significant cuts.
Due to potential flooding threats, the Elkhorn COAD and the Salvation Army are reminding residents that sand and sandbags are available.
East Valley Middle School students partnered with Kindness Makes Miracles to stand up to bullying in schools and online.
A construction worker was injured after falling through an elevator shaft on Montana State University’s campus Friday morning.
Rain and snow continue into Saturday
Parties in a massive Miles City sex abuse case involving a former high school athletic trainer met Friday for a formal hearing in Custer County District Court.
As spring settles in and many people welcome warmer temperatures, for some, this time of year brings the dread of allergy season.
The State of Freight: Montana Rail Link announces $95 million in investments, largest in its history
An industry that’s been in Montana for over a century doesn’t seem to be slowing down.
Every summer in June, Montana State Parks offers discounted guided tours of the caves at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, the best known of Montana’s 55 state parks, featuring the geological wonder of its subterranean limestone caverns. During the month of June, a family of four can take a cave tour for only $25!
The Montana Department of Justice has issued a Missing/Endangered Person Advisory for a 15-year-old boy from Crow Agency.
Widespread rain will continue into the weekend.
Bands of heavy showers continue to push through today and tomorrow