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It's been several years since I last griped about my fellow Northwest Montana "drivers."
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This proposed sale/purchase between them is subject to review by the Montana Public Service Commission.
Water levels began to drop on flooded rivers in Montana and Wyoming on Tuesday, and authorities scrambled to restore road access for hundreds of people left isolated by high waters.
Avalanche danger is rated high throughout southwestern Montana after Monday nights snow storm.
The Montana Violent Offender Task Force consists of partnerships between the U.S. Marshal Service and local law enforcement joining together to apprehend violent offenders throughout our state.
Top news links, courtesy of Mountain West News. Montana project tops list for USFS's Forest Legacy Program The U.S. Forest Service has ranked protection of 3,000 acres in the Haskill Basin in northwest Montana as the highest priority for funding under the agency's Forest Legacy Program, securing $7 million of the $17 million needed to buy ... (more)
A Montana man has pleaded guilty to three federal charges for taking millions of dollars in down payments from customers to build steel buildings and instead using the money for his personal benefit.
The UM School of Theatre & Dance celebrates the sophisticated, rich, whimsical, comedic, and cutting-edge original choreography in its upcoming production of Dance in Concert .
Gov. Steve Bullock has declared a flood emergency for the state of Montana after recent snowfall and warm temperatures triggered widespread flooding.
Businesses and homes across Montana continue to clean up their properties damaged by last week's flooding.
The Department of Agriculture urges livestock producers to closely track any livestock and feed losses during disasters like flooding.
Today marks the deadline for candidates running for state offices to file the required paperwork with the Secretary of State.
Swollen rivers and impassable roads left hundreds of people at least temporarily cut off from outside access in rural areas of central Montana on Monday, amid worries that more rain and snow could make flooding worse.
The seven members of the Judicial Nomination Commission are currently reviewing applications and taking public comment on the 15 candidates who have applied to fill a vacancy on the Montana Supreme Court.
Montana's senior senator has co-sponsored a bill that supporters say would end a confusing requirement for rural hospitals.
Editor's note: In 2014 Montana celebrates 150 years as a territory and 125 years as a state.