Monday Dec 9
Great Falls Tribune
THE YAAK Under a nearly full moon and with a mad light in her eyes, Sheila Markley walked, fully clothed, directly into the Yaak River.
Witnesses Begin Testifying In Ponzi Scheme Trial
Witnesses began testifying on Wednesday in the trial of a Belgrade man accused of stealing millions of dollars from investors.
Road Kill Salvaging Opens to Popular Demand
Last weekend marked the end of rifle hunting season, but Montana residents still have a shot at filling a deer or elk tag.
Judge Orders Stinger Cranes to Stay in Libby
A Lake County judge has told Stinger Welding Montana Inc. that it must stay away from the Kootenai Business Park in Libby after the company removed a 25-ton crane valued at $183,000.
Flathead County Unemployment Rate Slightly Upticks
Flathead County's unemployment rate encountered a slight uptick in October, according to the latest state workforce data.
Revett Begins Troy Mine Work as Company Reincorporates in U.S.
Miners in Lincoln County have started digging a new tunnel in hopes of reopening Revett Minerals Inc.'s Troy Mine in 2014.
Hunter Accidentally Shot Near Libby
A Colorado man is in stable condition after being accidentally shot in the right thigh while hunting near Libby on Saturday, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office.
Manmade Ponds Raising Eyebrows in the Yaak
Every once in a while, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks biologist Mike Hensler will get a few calls - maybe five or six tops - about work projects along the rivers and waterways of Lincoln County.