Much of the Butte Rescue Mission’s planned homeless shelter is in place with extensive interior work underway, and if things go as planned, the campus near Arizona and Platinum streets could be opened by Memorial Day.
“Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner.” Millions have heard the slogan. They’ve also seen several decades worth of celebrities from Brett Favre to Beyoncé donning iconic white mustaches during “Got Milk?” spots.
Cascade County Disaster and Emergency Services is pleased to offer Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Basic Training on April 24-26, 2019 (from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday and from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Friday). The course is FREE, with beverages and snacks inc…
Scanned from an original Bureau of Reclamation negative. Recorded on the negative sleeve: “SR289-12V, B. E. J., 7/14/1912, Lower Clark ditch, S. branch Little Willow Cr., L. bank - 800’ below head (meas.). Augusta, Mont.”
Flooding caused by rapid snow melt and ice jams along the Little Bighorn River may keep I-90 closed into at least part of Monday between the town of Hardin and the state of Wyoming.
BOZEMAN — Montana State University’s Academic Technology and Outreach will partner with the Montana Learning Center and the Montana Office of Public Instruction to host a NASA robotics competition that is open to teams of Montana high school students.
On Thursday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a formal agreement to regulate cell-cultured food products from cell lines of livestock and poultry.
The Colt Challenge, held on March 29 starting at 9:00 a.m., will showcase Montana Western students from the Sales Preparation Class riding their assigned colts. Each student in the class is assigned to one of the colts by their Natural Horsemanship instructor. The Challenge will consist of a…
University of Montana faculty member and researcher Laurie Slovarp is changing the lives of people who have chronic cough.
Now that Attorney General William Barr has shared the conclusions of the Mueller report with Congress, and the public, a question remains.
WASHINGTON D.C - The United States Attorney General William P. Barr has released a "very brief letter" on the Mueller Report.
For the third year in a row, Edward Guthrie won a spot as one of four middle-school students who will represent Montana at the National Mathcounts Competition in Florida.
The permitting process to expand Yankee Doodle Tailings Impoundment inched one step closer on Friday, when the the Department of Environmental Quality issued a draft environmental impact statement on the proposal.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is investigating a fire that gutted the Crow Tribal Administrative Offices on Thursday in Crow Agency, a spokeswoman for the bureau said.
The Missoula man who died Wednesday in a wrong-way car crash on I-90 suffered from diabetes, sometimes became confused due to insulin reactions and was not suicidal, according to his sister.
Norwegians in America, their History and Record: A translated version of the 1907 and 1913 : Nordmændene i Amerika, deres Historie og Rekord, Volume 1, written by Martin Ulvestad. Translated into English by Olaf Tronsen Kringhaug and Odd-Steinar Dybvad Raneng. Transcribd from Gothic script b…
Recent additions to the Great Falls Genealogy Society Library. The GFGS library is located on the 3rd floor of the Great Falls Public Library. For more information, visit the GFGS website at https://gfgenealogy.org
A former preschool teacher from Osgood, Indiana won the 3,650-square-foot custom home in Whitefish that was included in HGTV's largest giveaway in history.
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.
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.
The Big Sky State Games is holding its 10th Annual National Anthem Contest to determine who will perform the National Anthem at the State Games Opening Ceremonies on Friday, July 19 in Billings. The contest is open to Montana residents of all ages.
The tech industry in Montana saw a record $2 billion in revenue in 2018, double the revenue reported in 2016.
AUGUSTA — Snow is still coming through gaps in the roof of an old blacksmith shop on Main Street, but brighter days are ahead for this building.
The end of fiscal-year 2018 saw states socking away a record amount in rainy-day funds – nearly $60 billion – with Colorado and Michigan reporting some of the heftiest reserve accounts, according to a new Pew Charitable Trusts study.
WASHINGTON – Backed by sheriffs and members of “angel families,” including three from Arizona, President Donald Trump on Friday vetoed a bill that would have blocked his declaration of a national emergency at the southern border.
There’s a lot of demand for workers with industrial technology skills right now, and the Missoula College will hold a career fair on Wednesday in an effort to entice prospective students.
Law enforcement agencies including the Border Patrol and Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office teamed up to rescue five undocumented immigrants from the snowy Santa Rita Mountains last week.
HELENA - A prolific alien organism is closing in on Montana’s ecosystem and could have dire consequences for food production, outdoor recreation and the economy if it crosses the state’s borders.
With last week’s transmittal deadline marking the half-way point of the 66th Montana Legislature, it’s only fitting that we provide an update on the first half of the session. By and large, agriculture has fared well during the uphill stretch.
BOZEMAN — Eight high-achieving Montana State University students have received the 2019 Cameron Presidential Scholarships.The scholarships for the MSU students in the Honors College were made possible by an endowment made in 2017 by the Cameron Family, according to Ilse-Mari Lee, dean of the…
HELENA – The Montana Department of Environmental Quality has issued a draft EIS for the proposed Black Butte Copper Project. DEQ will take public comment on the draft through May 10 and hold four public meetings, with public hearings, in April and May.
The Fairfield Little Guys wrestling team gathered last week for their team photo and the Sun Times’ Heidi Pearson was there and took a photo to share with our readers. The Little Guys team will be wrestling this Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at Great Falls High School.
FAIRFIELD – Fairfield town hall was dedicated to use today. It was made the event of the season for the people of Fairfield bench and all that section of Teton County. It was made an event notable in the town’s history by the presence of Governor Sam V. Stewart, Montana’s Chief Executive. It…