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Early Friday morning, the world received a shock. The United Kingdom had voted 52 to 48 percent to leave the European Union.
Montana is still feeling the aftershock of the closure by Weyerhaeuser of two Montana lumber mills.
Missoula County Sheriff T.J. McDermott testified yesterday at the Josh Clark political discrimination hearing that Clark 'hated my guts'.
The voters have spoken, surprising many forecasters.
Earlier tonight, Bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley died after a battle with skin cancer, according to a Facebook post by his son
With temperatures in the 80s, you’re probably not thinking about Thanksgiving quite yet, but if you’re planning on running Huffing for Stuffing this year, you’ll want to read this.
Many western states have investigated the potential of transferring federally managed lands to the states. For its part, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is taking a stand against such policies.
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox’s Office was notified this week of a new "paver" scam that has been seen recently in Great Falls and Helena.
David Fine of the City of Bozeman's Economic Development Department explained the concept of "economic gardening" this morning on 1450 KMMS-AM. It'...
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MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — One of the last two surviving members of the Doolittle Raiders, who bombed Japan during World War II in retaliation for the attack on Pearl Harbor, has died in Montana.
All Montana is in mourning as one of the last two surviving 'Doolittle Raiders', David Thatcher, passed away in Missoula yesterday. He was 94.
Psychologist - Accountant testify at Clark vs McDermott hearing
The gubernatorial race between Republican Greg Gianforte and Democrat Steve Bullock is an outlier when matched up against similar races across the country, nearly all donations are from individuals.
It's hard to believe, but there was a time when people had to kill time at work without the benefit of the internet.
According to Montana State University Police, phone scammers are again targeting MSU students. The caller is telling the students there is a warrant out for their arrest and that they must pay a fine immediately or they will be arrested. The scammers are also telling students that they must pay taxes on a recent tuition payment.
The President of the Mountain Water Company continued his resistance to a municipal takeover of the utility at a city council meeting this week.