Emergency managers are warning Montanans that this isn’t the time to be taking the first “dip” of the year.
The Missoula Fire Department is launching a new pilot program, using existing resources in an innovative new way to deploy firefighters and equipment.
Ravalli County commissioners are voicing their anger over a federal decision to dramatically change operations at the Trapper Creek Job Center.
There are still questions to be answered, but Missoula City Council members may be warming to the idea of electric scooters.
A judge’s ruling which validates a voter-approved initiative seeking to limit operation of a water bottling plant in Creston still leaves other legal fights waiting for a resolution.
Sen. Tester says if the newly re-introduced Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act is going to become law, it will need firmer support from Montana’s other political leaders, and bi-partisan work in Washington, D.C.
The project to re-work the freeway interchange — and add two roundabouts — is now in its second construction season.
For years, master mechanic Don Micknak kept her in the air.
Calling for supporters, including Montana’s Congressional delegation, to be more “aggressive”, Sen. Jon Tester will re-introduce the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act.
Right in the middle of the commemoration of the epic D-Day invasion is Miss Montana after more than a year of hard work and dreams.
The preparations to train for the jump were squeezed a bit last month as the paratroopers were waiting for Miss Montana to be prepped for the flight.
The final rehearsal jumps are a success and “Miss Montana’ and other historic aircraft are on their way to drop paratroopers over France as part of the 75th-anniversary events marking “D-Day” in 1944.
“Miss Montana” is poised to cross the English Channel Wednesday for a final parachute drop before the commemoration of the D-Day invasion.
District administrators say the boundaries haven’t been adjusted in a decade, and the changes are needed to match shifting enrollments.
With traffic to and from Glacier National Park soaring in recent years, it’s a complicated problem which desperately needs a solution to save lives.