Montanans from all over the state will gather in the small town of Elliston tonight for what can only be described as a classic small-town tradition.
May 4, 2013
HELENA — The Montana House on Wednesday approved a pair of election referendums that sparked uproar in the Senate two weeks ago when Democrats failed in an attempt to block the bills.
Bill and Derek Sinks of Jordan beat out 41 other teams to win the annual Tough Guy Walleye Tournament at Fort Peck Reservoir on April 21.
RAWLINS, Wyo. - About 1,700 Rawlins-area households erroneously got hospital bills from a collection agency because of a mix-up.
Bill proposed by Jeff Essmann which would generally revise laws relating to use of marijuana
HELENA - Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan can take advantage of a new college funding program starting next week, thanks to an expanded GI Bill passed by Congress.
RAWLINS - Wyoming state Sen. Bill Vasey of Rawlins has resigned from his seat after 23 years in the state Legislature because he and his wife recently moved to Yuma, Ariz.
CODY - Fans of artist Charles Russell will not want to miss "Sketches from Horseback," an upcoming lunchtime art lecture at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Anne Morand, an instructor for the Larom Summer Institute for Western American Studies, will take a break from her day of teaching t…
Lorren Sammaripa of Schurz, Nev., is a regular participant of the Plains Indian Museum Powwow in Cody and competes in about two dozen powwows each year.
James Reeder of Logan, Utah, checks his reflection in the window of his truck on Saturday while dressing for the Plains Indian Museum Powwow at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyo.
In the wake of the passage of a funding bill by the 2009 Legislature, Montana's Fort Peck Hatchery is planning for changes.
CODY - As noon approached on Saturday, a chaotic scene in the parking lot of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center slowly became more organized, with dancers in the 28th Annual Plains Indian Museum Powwow lining up for the Grand Entry.
James and Shirley Reeder of Logan, Utah, dance during the powwow Saturday in Cody, Wyo.
Billings golfer Mike Grob made it back to the winner's circle on the Canadian Tour last weekend, reversing his fortunes after escaping injury in an auto accident and also having to replace his clubs twice in the past year.
LARAMIE - The mining industry must fight the federal climate legislation Congress is now considering and seek investment in carbon capture technology, National Mining Association President Hal Quinn said Thursday.
Considering what he has been through over the past year, Mike Grob's latest victory on the Canadian Professional Golf Tour couldn't have come at a better time.
ROUNDUP - It has been 30 years since Bill Canon was struck on the finger by a rattlesnake, but he'll never forget how painful it was.
Bill Canon is organizing a motorcycle poker run and two-day party in Roundup to raise money to help stock rural hospitals with antivenin.
CASPER - Sen. Mike Enzi says he's still optimistic about the possibility of a bipartisan health care bill - even as he accuses Democrats of "locking Republicans out of the process."