The Blackfeet Tribal Business Council is working closely with their treasurer, finance director, personnel, and tribal programs to prepare for some furloughs.
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The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services said it will work to distribute February SNAP benefits on Thursday, January 17.
Students and staff of Sentinel High School returned to school Tuesday with an increase in police presence after a handgun magazine filled with live ammunition was found in the hallway Monday morning.
Helena city officials are moving forward with the Equity Fountain Project and hope to have it installed by July 2019.
Veterinary professionals are cautioning pet owners about Canine Influenza Virus and recommend that certain dogs be vaccinated.
One basketball team in Western Montana not only made an impact on the court last year — but in the community and beyond as well.
The Canadian company behind the Keystone XL pipeline wants to get back to work on pre-construction steps of the project.
Theodore Loren Mckain is facing charges after allegedly driving his car into the Panther Cafe in Valier.
This month’s A Waiting Child is 16-year-old Tristin of Hamilton who loves working on old cars and welding.
Students are being dismissed early from Sentinel High School after being in lockdown for several hours.
Sean Kochel sees music where other people see a pile of wood or a spent shotgun shell ready to be thrown in the trash. In
Sentinel High School in Missoula is locked down after some gun ammunition was found on Monday morning.
One person is dead after a single vehicle rollover, Sunday in Yellowstone County.
The partial government shutdown means that most workers in Yellowstone National Park were not on the job for 20 days during the holiday season.
(HELENA) There has been national attention this week on the case of Jayme Closs, a 13-year-old Wisconsin girl who escaped to safety Thursday – three