Libertarians routinely appear on the ballot in Montana for various seats, but haven’t won a race for decades.
The man who led Missoula Police on a chase after crashing his car and getting into a gunfight with officers made his initial appearance Friday in Missoula County Justice Court.
All three horses survived the shots to the neck, which occurred on different dates starting earlier this summer.
Here’s a look at some of the upcoming events taking place across Western Montana.
A lawsuit alleges James E. “Doc” Jensen sexually abused males students at Custer County High School from the 1970s until 1998.
The official count released on Friday shows 10,962 students enrolled for autumn semester at UM.
The Colstrip Power Plant is back to full operation after emission standards violations shut down part of the plant in July.
When a train passes near Plains, wild horses will run alongside it in honor of veterans and the community.
Several Reservations in Montana will receive an estimated $1.4 million from the US Department of Justice.
The Missoula County Sheriffs Office held their yearly awards banquet to honor the achievement of deputies others who assist them.
Gabriel Villalva, 27 of Colorado, led police on a pursuit around a park and golf course and struck a Cheyenne police vehicle.
The suspect, Donald Stebbins, 26, is being held on a $100,000 bond at the Missoula jail while the investigation continues.
State wildlife officials are looking for the public’s help after two illegally killed animals were recently found near Whitefish.
The Salish people have gathered at the Medicine Tree for generations to remember creation stories and look forward to the future.