A collection of Western memorabilia including saddle…
Imagine discovering that your work emails had been posted to a right-wing political blog, as Roger Koopman did, and then discovering that a co-worker had been collecting them for months.
Yellowstone Caldera Chronicles is a weekly column written by scientists and collaborators of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory. This week's contribution is from Mark Stelten, research geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey.
Prosecutors say a woman living with her husband teacher in a fourth-floor apartment inside Butte Central High School gave a 14-year-old boy living with them and his friend marijuana.
MSU Extension in Teton County is offering two sections of Strong People. Enrollment is currently open, so participants can join the class at any time. The classes are Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:30-9:30 a.m. or 9:45-10:45 a.m. at the Choteau Baptist Church. People who are interest…
Bismarck Park Board Commissioners voted unanimously to keep the name of Custer Park, and to work with other entities to create some sort of marker to educate visitors about the history of the park, its namesake and area tribes.
The private collection of rare western memorabilia left behind by a Billings resident when he died last month will go on the auction block this Saturday.
A Gallatin County judge will decide next month if the 14-year-old West Yellowstone boy accused of torturing and killing his 12-year-old nephew will be tried as an adult.
Attorneys for a 34-year-old Missoula man are building up a First Amendment defense for their client accused of threatening Missoula City Council members, arguing the charges are meant to stifle public discourse.
The Wyoming Stock Growers Association “strongly opposed” the bill, claiming the state's existing regulations were a necessary back-up plan in the off chance the federal government did away with supports for the state-level programs.
A Butte man who reportedly said “I got this” while drunk and fleeing police in a side-by-side ATV will spend time in a Montana Department of Corrections program for addiction-related offenses.
The display opened Sunday, Feb. 16, and will remain in place until March 26, coinciding with the end of the battle on the volcanic island in the Pacific.
Family, friends and her entire first grade class gathered to welcome 7-year-old Amyah Mullendore-Rodriguez at the Billings Logan International Airport. Amyah has been at a children's hospital in Salt Lake recovering from a near-fatal car crash that left the girl paralyzed from the waist down and killed her 5-year-old brother in Billings in November.
The woman accused of luring law enforcement away from the Big Horn County jail in order to help inmates escape has been arrested in Billings on suspicion of robbing a Walmart.
A Billings Police Department officer was released from the hospital Wednesday, where he had been recovering after police say a 14-year-old boy deliberately hit him with a car Saturday.
Yellowstone National Park officials are taking steps to upgrade employee housing across the park, beginning with the replacement of dozens of run-down trailer homes.
Despite the announcement of Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection from the Boy Scouts of America, the Montana Council is operating as usual.
An experimental antiviral medication successfully prevented disease in monkeys infected with the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, according to a study completed at Hamilton’s Rocky Mountain Laboratories
A semi split in two, landed in the Clarks Fork River and spilled toilet paper on the highway in a Monday crash east of Red Lodge.
Montana State University police closed of a parking lot on Tuesday afternoon after an inactive landmine was found inside a student's car.
Some Wyoming lawmakers believe there is an opportunity to replace lost electrical output with nuclear energy, powered by Wyoming uranium, to help the state’s hurting minerals sector while creating a soft landing pad amid coal’s collapse.
UM and its officials aren't responsible for student-athletes at off-campus house parties, such as the one where a football player knocked out a Missoula man's teeth, a judge ruled.
GREAT FALLS — Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials have been confronted over the past several months with a recurring problem of graffiti at numerous parks and recreational facilities around Cascade County.
Pier 1 Imports said it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday, after an earlier announcement of 450 store closures this year. Three in Montana are among those closing.
After the first round of major Powder River Basin coal layoffs and bankruptcies in 2015 and 2016, the buzzworthy response was Wyoming and Campbell County would have to adjust to a "new normal" for the commodity.
Genetic testing revealed that the young bull is of an exotic sub-species, and that it came from a herd more than 600 miles from where it was shot.
Three young Bitterroot filmmakers will host a red carpet screening of their new film "Trail of Justice" on Saturday, Feb. 29, in Hamilton. Tickets are free and everyone is welcome.
Stop by the Cozy Corner Wednesday February 19 from 10:00am until noon for a cup of coffee and information on the dissolution of the Teton Medical Center Hospital District. Bring your questions and comments.
HELENA – Lewis and Clark County has once again received an unmodified (“clean”) opinion according to the annual audit report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, performed by Anderson ZurMuehlen & Co., certified public accountants.
More than 2,600 students qualified for the U of I Dean’s List for the fall 2019 semester. To be included in the Dean’s List, U of I students must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA on a minimum of 12 graded credits during the semester. The fall 2019 semester ended December 20.
No sooner than last week’s story about the Zimmerman family benefit set for this Friday at Greenfield School was published, The Fairfield Historical Society received a request regarding a photo of Greenfield School.
The next meeting of the Sun River Valley Historical Society will be on February 3, 2020 in the Sun River Valley Community Center on Highway 200 in Fort Shaw at 2:00 p.m.
Pickleball is a sport that combines elements from badminton, tennis and wiffleball. The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court and with a net similar to a tennis net. The game is played with a hard paddle and a smaller version of a wiffleball. Drop i…
The Fairfield Elementary School’s annual Scholastic Book Fair is February 4 - February 6, 2020 in the Elementary Library. This year’s theme is Jungle Book Fair – Elephants, Tigers, and Books, OH MY!
Four young men were awarded the rank of Eagle Scout Wednesday night, Dec. 18, at the year-end court of honor for Sidney Troop 190, sponsored by the Sidney Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The four young men are Daniel Stevens, Easton Hopes, Gordon Knapp and James Allen.