A California utility is asking a federal judge to decide if the developers of a northwest Montana wind farm did enough to protect nearby golden eagles.
Jesse Kruse’s 2013 rodeo season, in his words, was “horrible.”
The pessimists are right for now: The Heath oil play cutting a swath across Central Montana is no match for the Bakken.
BOZEMAN -- Pres Harris wouldn’t be denied.
Montana Energy 2012, the first exposition of its kind in Billings, sold out quickly as more than 350 people came seeking a piece of the oil riches flowing out of the Bakken shale formation.
HELENA -- Carroll College's quarterfinal playoff football game Saturday against visiting Azusa Pacific University will be televised on Optimum cable channel 11 in Billings.
GREAT FALLS -- Tonbridge Power Inc. has filed condemnation complaints against 33 additional Montana landowners along the route of a stalled power line, bringing the total to at least 44 since state lawmakers gave the company the power of eminent domain this year.
North head coach Paul Schilling knew one thing was certain heading into Saturday afternoon’s 23rd annual Big Sky Class B all-star football game — Travis Knoll would be a huge contributor to his team’s offense.
BUTTE — A mere five points separated the girls track and field teams from Glasgow and Cut Bank late Saturday afternoon.
HELENA — Officials from the Montana Alberta Tie Ltd. and NorthWestern Energy expressed surprise over the lawsuit filed late Friday by a dozen farmers who own land in Teton and Pondera counties challenging the state’s newly passed eminent domain law.
HELENA — School officials offered dramatically different takes on Monday on legislative Republicans’ complex proposal to increase state money for public schools the next two years, at the bill’s first public hearing before a legislative committee.
GREAT FALLS — The former Glacier County undersheriff has pleaded not guilty to official misconduct and felony burglary.
Rocky Mountain College football announced the signing of four players this week, including two from Joliet and one from Laurel.
Montana officials are seeking proposals from renewable power companies to develop wind farms on state-owned land between Conrad and Cut Bank.
HELENA — The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has named its 2009-10 Montana officials of the year.
GREAT FALLS - Cut Bank Mayor Joni Stewart is resigning effective next month.
The Class AA and Class A Duals meets aren’t the only duals tourneys being held this weekend.
It was a busy weekend for the Billings AA high school wrestlers, which included “Friday Night Lights” at Billings Senior, where the teams battled the Great Falls schools in Eastern AA matches.
Saturday’s Class B football championship between No. 1 Huntley Project and No. 2 Fairfield turned out to be a classic dogfight.
Everything won't get settled this week, but a lot will. Classes A, B and C have their divisionals this weekend, while in Class AA, plenty is up for grabs as well.