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9 hrs ago | Great Falls Tribune
House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and Senate Budget Committee Chairwoman Patty Murray, D-Wash., stepped out of the sandbox last week to hold their gritty lollipop of a budget deal up for the cameras.
Should states lower the drinking age to 18?
Do You Know Which Congress Members Are Criminals?
17 hrs ago | Great Falls Tribune
The federal Surface Transportation Board has decided that BNSF Railway can require coal shippers to use certain methods to reduce the amount of coal dust lost from rail cars leaving coal mines in Wyoming and Montana.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, they say. Many Montana rodeo fans think that should pertain to the National Finals Rodeo, too.
Director of the Flathead Avalanche Center, Eric Peitzsch says he got a report over the weekend of a human triggered avalanche at Noisy Basin, in the Swan.
Cold weather and "extreme freight congestion" forced Amtrak to cancel five runs of its Empire Builder passenger train through Montana and the Flathead Valley this month.
As of Monday, people were able to travel the park's interior roads on commercially guided snowmobiles or snowcoaches.
Mark my words: if Brian Schweitzer runs for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, he will do exceptionally well.
The holidays are a wonderful time of year and we all have a lot to be thankful for during this season of giving.
Saturday, when Miss Montana Alexis Wineman takes the stage, her story will be unlike any other.
HELENA - A lobbyist who helped draft Montana's 2004 voter-approved medical marijuana law is requesting an early termination to his federal probation sentence.
If a nuclear incident happened in Montana, key officials don't want to be meeting each other for the first time.
District Judge Mike Menahan on Friday said the complaint by the group Montanans Against Assisted Suicide was moot because the board had withdrawn the position paper.
Q: Why do North Dakotans paint TGIF on their shoes? A: Toes Go In First! Q: What are the best four years of a North Dakotan's life? A: Third grade.
BUTTE - A Washington state man charged with killing his 3-year-old son in southwestern Montana plans to change his plea on Tuesday.
Several members of the National Guard returned home to Fort Harrison in Helena to a heroes welcome ceremony.
"I live in the most isolated area of the reservation. There are no services at all.