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AGB Search, the firm out of Washington D.C. entrusted with finding the next president of the University of Montana delivered a total of 98 candidates for the post just after the July 21 deadline set by the search committee.
Thursday on Dominick In The Morning I will be talking about an organization in Bozeman to help children called Child Bridge. According to Child Bridge:
Montana Has a Foster Care Crisis...
Montana is on fire, with agencies battling blazes in all parts of the state. Governor declares emergency.
Food, sex, Seinfeld, being the designated driver, porn, NSYNC, long hair on guys...those are just a few things people hate about their states...
With the state's fire season fully underway, the State Insurance Commissioner encourages residents, especially in the wildland urban interface, to check their homeowners policy for coverage.
The Montana Department of Justice has been called in to investigate a suspicious death in Jefferson County.
The parking lot of Westside Lanes looked like the scene of an armed standoff at 10:30 a.m. today
The Missoula County Fire protections Association has elevated the fire danger in Missoula County as extreme.
With an early start and inaccessible terrain, the Lolo Peak Fire looks set to continue growing for a very long time.
"Talk to the Bozeman Police" is a brand new feature on Dominick In The Morning. Starting this Wednesday and every week at 8 a.m. on Wednesday we are going to look behind the badge...
What is going on with Bozeman Real Estate? Joyce Miller, one of Bozeman's top realtors, stopped by Dominick In The Morning today to talk about real estate...
A Missoula woman was robbed and then stabbed repeatedly during a home invasion that occurred early Sunday morning.
U.S. Senator Steve Daines today released the following statement on Guthrie McLean.
“I am thrilled to report that we just received an email from Guthrie McLean’s mother that ‘prayers answered, Guthrie is home,’” Daines stated.
Following a blistering criticism of America's public lands in Forbes magazine, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation renewed it's firm support to keep 'public lands in public hands.'
With fire season underway in earnest, and looking back at last year's devastating Roaring Lion Fire, Ravalli County Sheriff Steve Holton has proactively published the county's evacuation plan.
Investing is more than mere money. It’s heart and mind, body and soul. We put all those things into our lifestyle here everyday. That’s why we’re number one.
There is some construction on and that will entail some road closures for the coming weeks. Click for more details.