HELENA — Zachary Lahn is the new state director of the Montana chapter of Americans for Prosperity,
“One person, one vote.” That’s a principle most Americans can get behind. We may disagree on who should be elected, but that’s how the process is supposed to work: we each get one vote.
U.S. Sen. John Walsh, D-Mont, is calling on the federal government to invest in new coal technology that could help Montana’s coal industry comply with tougher clean-air standards.
The 27 million acres of public lands in Montana lend lifestyle and amenity advantages to communities and small businesses, driving entrepreneurs and outdoorsmen alike. Around 64,000 jobs and countless small, community-oriented businesses thrive thanks to our federally managed public lands, c…
If I asked you to multiply 12 x 50, would you grab a paper and pencil?
Now that the primaries are over, it’s time to take the temperature of the political climate in Montana. And wherever politicians in this state might stand on the issues of water and weather, they would all agree that, when it comes to politics, our state will get a whole lot warmer in the ne…
The great white winter of 2013-14 caused countless strained backs and worn-out snow shovels thanks to a record 99 inches of snowfall that buried Billings. But all of that snow proved to be a bonanza for Montana ski areas.
BOZEMAN — The parents of a 24-year-old man killed by a captive-bred bear are suing a Bozeman-area animal training facility for wrongful death.
BOZEMAN — Montana State University's planning board is recommending a new $50 million engineering school be built where a parking lot, tennis courts and a lawn now stand.
BOZEMAN — Three new hotels are slated to open in Bozeman over the next 18 months.
A 30-year-old woman from Missoula died Wednesday afternoon near Bozeman after the car she was driving in was broadsided by a truck, Montana Highway Patrol dispatch said.
More than 300 people packed the Northern Hotel on Saturday for the Yellowstone County Lincoln-Reagan dinner, a key political event for the state’s GOP.
BOZEMAN — When LigoCyte Pharmaceuticals was founded in 1998, the team that built the company was certain that Bozeman, with the talent available through Montana State University, would be the best place to start the company. But who had ever heard of an early-stage biotech in Montana?
BOZEMAN — After three halves in an offensive deep freeze, Montana found its de-icer in the form of raw determination.
STD boom. North Dakota public health officials reported “drastic” increases in reported cases of syphilis and gonorrhea last year. The incidence of these two sexually transmitted diseases outstrips the increase in population and is not limited to the western region of the state where oil pr…
When ZZ Top plays the Bozeman field house on March 26, the Rimrock Auto Arena will be empty.
BOZEMAN — A 3-year-old grizzly bear that underwent an MRI at Washington State University after suffering seizures at a Montana sanctuary has died.
New ideas and new ways of approaching old problems always attract doubters.
A Jan. 3 guest opinion paints a gloomy picture of the inevitability of oil drilling along the Beartooth Front. “Once you see the first well being drilled,” Christopher Eckoff says, “it is too late to stop the oil industry.”