Some faculty members believe the decision is short-sighted and do not want to see faculty fired.
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The co-op assumes the responsibility for maintaining the home, lawn care, and appliance maintenance while the occupant maintains the equity in the property.
West Valley Volunteer Fire Department has added a brand new vehicle to their fleet this month, which crews said will greatly help firefighting efforts.
A new ski chairlift debuted at Big Sky Resort on Saturday and the lift is one of a kind, not only in the United States, but in the world.
Many students stepped across the stage to celebrate their graduations at both the University of Montana and Montana State University as a chapter of collegiate hard work and dedication closes.
A Helena family is thanking a stranger, who has since become a friend, after social media helped them track down a priceless present.
Veterans, families, and community members placed 756 wreaths across the hallowed grounds of the Montana State Veterans Cemetery after a service at the Fort William Henry Harrison Chapel.
The laughter of children echoed through the Lewis and Clark Library on Saturday for a special holiday story time.
A man hiking on Drinking Horse Trail was rescued after slipping and falling about 30 feet, according to the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office.
A cancer diagnosis can be devastating, but one Bozeman woman used physical fitness to carry her through some dark times and inspire others.
Shane Fichter is focusing on being an MMA champion after spending years of his life battling drug addiction.
Project manager Dave Bowers said the open house was a chance for people to look at the scientific side of the work done at the site in 2018.
Now with a new federal farm bill that legalizes it across the U.S., more Montana fields may be going green.
The FBI’s Evidence Response Team is working to recover the remains
The future of Montana’s state parks discussed during meeting at First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park
Lindsay said, “I think the state parks have something to offer for everybody.”