Missoula Police Department Detective Guy Baker confirmed with KPAX that the two those cases are related.
November 2, 2018
But the economic impact of this season is likely to last well into next year, with state paying for nearly $100 million worth of work in 2018.
Supporters of I-185, led by state hospitals and other health-care lobbies, say Medicaid expansion also will save the state money, so the $26 million in tobacco taxes generated by I-185 will cover state costs.
The third person of interest in the investigation into the double homicide at a Missoula motel has been released on her own recognizance.
Jermain Charlo was last seen in Missoula in the early hours near Orange Street Food Farm on June 16.
The Montana Department of Justice has issued a Missing/Endangered Person Advisory for Zackariah Bell of Helena.
He made reference to the community’s united condemnation of a planned armed white supremacist march that was set to occur in early 2017.
Here’s a look at some of the events taking place across Western Montana.
Anaconda is requesting the EPA to conduct tests deeper into the ground to determine if there is any contamination.
The remainder of the four-acre MRL Park is expected to open in the spring when the turf will be well established.
Polson City Manager Mark Shrives declined to accept a one-year contract offer earlier this month.
The case was filed Wednesday on behalf of William Scott Rogers, 38, other named plaintiffs and a number of unnamed people they believe may have been searched.
Richard Dean Holen is charged with one felony count of aggravated animal cruelty, and five misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty.
Consumer Reports plans to submit the survey results to the Environmental Protection Agency in response to its rollback of the Clean Power Plan.
Phone problems in Stevensville are affecting the police and fire departments.