- Rosebud Mine, post bankruptcy, is stable until year's end
- Court rebukes feds for Wyoming oil and gas leases that ignored climate change impacts
- Bozeman airport opposes bill to increase aviation fuel tax
- Livingston archaeologists' artifacts, records going to Big Timber museum
- 'One of a kind' Shelley Hays, born and raised Missoulian, remembered as more than a victim
Rosebud Mine, the lone coal supplier for Colstrip Power Plant, appears to be on steadier ground, at least for now, as Westmoreland Coal Co. exits bankruptcy.
Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport staff worry a bill that would increase the aviation fuel tax could adversely affect air service in Montana, said Deputy Airport Director Scott Humphrey.
Larry Lahren is cleaning his Livingston house, which has been a good thing for the Crazy Mountain Museum in Big Timber.
Shelley Hays, a born-and-raised Missoulian, is remembered this week as an ace mechanic who would drop anything to help anyone at any time.
Labor unions lined up deep Tuesday in support of a Republican bill they hoped would save Colstrip Power Plant, while consumer advocates warned of a boondoggle that would benefit only NorthWestern Energy.