The future and value of NorthWestern Energy’s share of the coal-fired Colstrip 4 power plant have become a flashpoint in the company’s $35 million rate case before regulators — but the company says it shouldn’t be.
March 12, 2019
Monday’s roof collapse at the former K&C foods in downtown Missoula was a reminder of the dangers still present from the massive snowfall Montana received over the past few months.
This week’s One Class at a Time winner is Hellgate Elementary first grade teacher Amanda Happney.
March is American Red Cross month, so MTN spoke with Lew Savik who has been volunteering with the Red Cross since 2008.
Visitors saw a large grizzly bear between Canyon Village and Fishing Bridge in Yellowstone National Park on March 8,
An area elementary school went into lock down Tuesday afternoon after a Snapchat video was found depicting a “young man with a gun.”
Citing convincing science, Missoula County could join the city this week in setting a goal of carbon neutrality by 2035, with all three commissioners already voicing support for the measure.
There has been an emphasis in recent years on telemedicine to connect doctors to patients in rural communities via a video chat.
Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter said his case will demonstrate that Johnson & Johnson “acted as the kingpin behind this Public Health Emergency, profiting at every stage.”
All advanced reservation applications for standard groups of between one and eight campers received on March 15 will be processed randomly using a lottery system.
The proposed bill would appropriate about $1 million from a special state fund every year in grants to bring skilled workers into rural areas.
The former Miles City athletic trainer accused of sex crimes involving teenage athletes pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Missoula.
Luis Alejandro Lopez-Solis, 38, of Mexico had pleaded guilty in December to illegally re-entering the United States.
Crews will be pouring the new bridge deck this week and will use “innovative heaters and materials” to perform the work.
“Every false allegation and subsequent investigation has resulted in the same conclusion: I followed all rules, regulations, and most importantly the law.” – Ryan Zinke