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February 27, 2019
“We’re in a tough situation, we’ve got an awful lot of snow. More snow than anyone can even remember.” – Anaconda Chief Executive Bill Everett
A Martin City man is dead after crashing into a ditch and suffering from an apparent medical event.
Nine people, including several children, were transported to hospitals in Ronan and Missoula with non-life-threatening injures.
A Chinook man is facing seven charges for shooting two bull elk from a pickup and leaving them in the field.
Montana lawmakers have unveiled a bipartisan compromise to crack down on sexual abusers of children in Montana.
How much snow needs to fall before you start looking at taking some off the top of your home?
A Columbia Falls parent is under fire after holding what some interpret as a racist sign at the Class A basketball game.
It didn’t take long for Bitterroot school leaders to decide to close classes early Wednesday, as the valley gets pounded with another round of heavy snow.
The new Marriott hotel set to open this week in downtown Missoula will receive a $780,000 loan to train workers for jobs plush with benefits and to complete the project’s construction, a community lender said Wednesday.
Stevensville Mayor Brandon E. Dewey has declared essential travel only for the Town of Stevensville effective at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
The Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office reports that a skier was killed after being caught in an avalanche in the Bridger Mountain Range.
Since the decision, the feedback from the community has not been overly positive.
With even more snow in the forecast, some Western Montana schools are set to close once again on Thursday, February 28.
Missoula County Public schools announced leadership changes for Franklin Elementary, C.S. Porter Middle, Sentinel and Seeley-Swan High schools.