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WASHINGTON - Nancy Keenan, former president of NARAL Pro-Choice America and Montana's superintendent of public instruction, has joined a Billings-based national political strategy firm.
A total of 36 public school districts throughout the state will receive these grants from the Montana Department of Commerce's Quality Schools Planning Grant Program.
Heavy snow that fell in western Montana led to the closure of several schools on Tuesday.
The first day of the murder trial of a Montana woman who allegedly pushed her husband to his death eight days after they married opened with prosecutors showing a picture of the smiling victim before he died.
After an alleged robbery took place at Tokyo Massage early Wednesday morning, the alleged suspect has been found and was arrested, and is now facing multiple felony charges.
Yesterday, you may have noticed your favorite radio station had disappeared from the airways.
A Montana judge's acknowledgment that he mishandled a teacher-student rape case was rejected as insufficient by women's advocates, who on Monday pressed for a state ethics panel to focus on alleged bias against the victim.
HAVRE - With the enthusiasm those who make the "Backroads of Montana" bring to every episode, squeezing their stories into a half hour is challenging.
Top news links, courtesy of Mountain West News. Montana, Wyoming battle for tourists' dollars Tourism is the second-largest industry in both Wyoming and Montana, and the epicenter in the battle for tourists between those states is Yellowstone National Park, where nearly all of the park's lands lie in Wyoming, but three of its five entrances ... (more)
Gavin is an 11 year old boy from Shelby, Montana who has cerebral palsy. Gavin loves super heroes, and he dreams of one day being a super star with millions of fans like his favorite heroes.
It started out as an ambitious plan. The "clean slate" approach by U.S. Sen. Max Baucus for federal tax reform had initial support from interests on both sides of the aisle.
BUTTE - A former Butte-Silver Bow justice of the peace who was given deferred sentences in two cases related to his use of methadone has died.
A state judge on Friday rejected arguments that Montana's legislative districting commission wrongly met in private earlier this year to assign senators.
The state says that tax collections and revenue remain steady and are up slightly over last year.
In his run for Montana's lone U.S. House seat Ryan Zinke faces the classic Republican primary dilemma.