25 min ago | Flathead Beacon
Last month more than 1,300 women attended a health fair hosted by the Center for Prevention and Wellness in Pablo.
4 hrs ago | The Missoula Independent Online
Top news links, courtesy of Mountain West News. Federal judge in Montana dismisses oil, gas leasing challenge Last Friday, U.S. District Judge Sam Haddon dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Montana Environmental Information Center, WildEarth Guardians and Earthworks' Oil and Gas Accountability Project that sought to block gas and oil leases on 800,000 ... (more)
8 hrs ago | Great Falls Tribune
For more than a decade, telemedicine services have been available to Montana patients and providers thanks to a growing network of fiber-optic lines, IP addresses and, perhaps most essentially, increased trust and enthusiasm in a system that turns traditional health care on its head.
The Model T Ford Brandon Langel drove through Great Falls Monday morning has driven in all 53 Montana 500 endurance runs.
Federal and state officials will weigh in this week on a Wyoming company's application to lease 198 million tons of coal adjacent to a southeastern Montana mine, amid an emerging debate over whether the government is undervaluing the coal from such projects.
The Flathead Beacon won top honors among the state's weekly and small daily newspapers in the Montana Newspaper Association's Better Newspaper Contest.
"The average 'medical' marijuana user is a 32-year-old white male with a history of alcohol, cocaine and meth use, but NO history of a life-threatening illness," wrote a rehab industry shill in Sunday's Montana Standard .
President Barack Obama set a goal early in his first term for the U.S. to turn out more college graduates than any other nation, but there hasn't been much progress as most states have stumbled in their attempts to improve.
Authorities in northern Montana say five people have died and two more are injured in a car accident near Browning.
On a sun-splashed Sunday that offered NFR stars and Circuit champs, a happy homecoming stole the show.
No matter how many books you read, whole genres can pass you by. My wife used to read a lot of romance novels and occasionally I would dip my nose into one just to see what was going on.
At 49 years old, Mike Johnson shows no sign of slowing down. Saturday night at the 53rd annual Belt PRCA Rodeo proved that, as the veteran tie-down roper from Henryette, Okla., recorded a field-topping time of 9.8 seconds.
Received this e-mail today from Bold Progressives regarding the campaign to draft former Governor Brian Schweitzer to run for Senate: The Hill newspaper reports Brian "Schweitzer is Democrats' best hope at winning retiring Sen. Max Baucus's seat.
Like author Kay Moore, I first learned of the Black Bicycle Corps when a documentary of its mission was on PBS.
Charles Aron knew he was in for a nearly impossible project when he hauled the rusted, gnarled mass of metal out of his father's horse pasture in 1990.