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The U.S. Senate passed an extension of long-term unemployment benefits that helps out-of-work workers for five months.
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Central Valley Fire officials said damage is estimated to cost around $33,000 after eight storage units caught fire around 5 p.m. at CTS storage.
Someone asked my take on the dust up in Montana where a fellow named Bundy has been grazing his cattle on government land and not paying for the permit because he claims the United States government is illegitimate.
Attorney General Tim Fox is asking the state Supreme Court to order a new fiscal note for a ballot initiative that seeks to expand the Medicaid program in Montana.
Top news links, courtesy of Mountain West News. EPA completes assessment of closed aluminum plant in Montana A meeting will be held today, April 15, in the Columbia Falls Fire Hall from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the Environmental Protection Agency's environmental assessment of the Columbia Falls Aluminum Co.'s shuttered aluminum plant in that ... (more)
Montana Department of Transportation says rock blasting begins Tuesday at the Greek Creek Campground, causing delays of up to one hour.
The Great Falls Tribune will host a candidate forum featuring the three Democratic candidates running for the U.S. Senate.
BILLINGS - The Wyoming Attorney General's Office is seeking dismissal of an interstate water rights lawsuit pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, arguing the state shouldn't be held liable for what its attorneys call a "trickle" of water at the heart the cross-border dispute.
Midtown Men in Broadway" border="0" height="100" width="100" align="right"> THE MIDTOWN MEN Alberta Bair Theater 4/15-4/15/2014 Featuring the four stars from the original Broadway cast of Jersey Boys.
Editor's note: In 2014 Montana celebrates 150 years as a territory and 125 years as a state.
Doug Bell, a readjustment counselor with the Billings Vet Center, said it's typical of military veterans to insist that they don't need help.
There's something liberating about slipping a raft into a river in Western Montana.
It was a day made-to-order. The sun was shining, the sky was blue, not a breath of wind blew.
Montana's dearth of trained workers and sparse internet infrastructure hamstrings the workers of Montana, especially those who want to earn big bucks in the global village of the internet age, says Danny Choriki, a self-described humanist, consultant, writer, strategist and techie.