The Poplar Pipeline breach happened at 10 a.m. Saturday, and by 11 a.m. Bridger employees began shutting down the line, according to a press release from Bridger Pipeline LLC.
At Trailhead Spirits in downtown Billings, owner Casey McGowan is selling the Montana brand as much as his own products. So it’s worth jacking up his prices if the money comes back to his community.
Two counties seeing an increase in crime due to their proximity to the Bakken oil fields asked voters for bonds to increase jail space, but only Roosevelt County’s effort passed.
GLENDIVE -- Dawson County High School is scheduled to host the 2015 Eastern A divisional track meet. But due to a crumbling track, the meet was a big question mark.
Alan Arthur needed a job. The owners of the Stadium Club needed someone to take over their kitchen. But both sides wanted a bigger commitment than employer and employee.
When 1,958 Montanans answered Main Street Montana surveys, there was a surprising amount of agreement.
GLENDIVE — Sheriff Craig Anderson scans the inmate roster for Dawson County Detention Center and sees real problems. There’s an inmate charged with murder and another for petty crime. He can’t put them together, but he’s four inmates over capacity, so he can’t easily keep them apart.
Glendive Medical Center has received a gift of property valued at more than $500,000 from Dawson County Sheriff Craig J. Anderson and his wife, Deb.
A former Glendive police officer has been charged with numerous sex crimes dating as far back as 2004 and involving four girls younger than 16.
A decade ago, when Steve Bury and his family, drawn by the dinosaur digs, moved from Seattle to Glendive, the city's business district was a ghost town.
A Fort Peck tribal government leader was arrested Friday on felony assault charges.
Authorities in Dawson County are investigating the discovery of a human skull found near Glendive by a high school class on a field trip.
GREAT FALLS - A state oil and gas lease sale held this week brought in $7.9 million for schools, nearly $3 million more than the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation projected for the entire fiscal year.
For years, Gordon Stoner’s rule for keeping the rain-soaked Northeast Montana soil from swallowing his tractor was to “turn when the ducks fly,” meaning nothing short of a pond would cause him to turn the wheel.
SIDNEY — Sidney may be only four miles from the North Dakota line, but its heart is solidly Montanan.
Domestic violence and sexual abuse groups in a trio of Eastern Montana counties are organizing a series of displays and events this month.
Two men with 14 previous drunk driving convictions between them were arrested in separate incidents over the last week in Dawson County on new DUI charges.
Another family suffers the lack of seat belt law