Biden Says US War in Afghanistan Will End August 31
President Joe Biden says the U.S. military mission in Afghanistan will conclude on Aug. 31.
City of Bozeman Considers Declaring Stage 1 Drought
The Bozeman City Commission will discuss the option in a meeting next Tuesday.
Man Accused Of Leading Yellowstone Park Rangers On Wild Chase Charged With DUI
Federal prosecutors say a Fremont County man led Yellowstone park rangers on a wild chase that reached speeds of more than 100 mph.
One Person Killed in Early Morning Bear Attack in Montana
One person was killed after a reported bear attack early Tuesday morning near Ovando, Montana.
Biden BLM Pushing Anti-Rancher Agenda in Montana
The Biden Administration's War on the West is definitely in full swing. First, he shut down the Keystone XL Pipeline and targeted oil and gas drilling on federal lands. Then, he re-launched the Waters of the US regulations. And now the Biden BLM is playing dirty with their anti-rancher agenda i…
Good Job Laurel: Fireworks Allowed in Town, Fire Calls Drop
"In previous years we ran up to 25 calls on the day of the Fourth. Since we legalized fireworks in the city limits, we run three to four calls on the day of the Fourth."
Great Falls Fire’s 1st Female Officer Sworn In
"I'm super grateful and humbled by the opportunity, but I also don't want to overplay it. We have a bunch of amazing guys on our department who have done the same thing and been in the same place...they deserve just as much credit for being in the positions they are as I do."
BREAKING: Bill Cosby to Be Released From Prison; Sentence Overturned
Bill Cosby will be released from a Pennsylvania prison soon.
Zinke: Open the CMR for Grazing Due to Montana Drought
Zinke: "The drought is worsening in eastern Montana and is pushing hay prices to over $200/ton. Montana ranchers have no good options and need immediate relief."
Bozeman School Board Tables Controversial “Equity” Proposals
A controversial set of recommendations described as "undisguised CRT" by a former Bozeman legislator were tabled by the Bozeman School Board Monday night. This, after nearly 60 residents showed up in opposition to the recommendations.