CASPER, Wyo. — Regulators need to study 20 natural gas disposal pits to determine if a link exists between Pavillion's gas field and the area's contaminated drinking water, according to a draft report by the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.
SHERIDAN, Wyo. — A group in Sheridan says it's prepared to take legal action to prevent fluoride from being added to the city's drinking water.
HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock said Friday he’s lowering interest rates and other charges for state loans that fund city wastewater and drinking-water projects in Montana, saving local governments $29 million over the next 20 years.
Once again in 2013, the Billings water treatment plant produced between 8 billion and 9 billion gallons of the tastiest and purest water in Montana.
Montanans are rightfully proud of the state’s bountiful waterways used for irrigating, fishing, drinking and recreating.
HELENA - The Fort Belknap Indian reservation's tribal government must pay a $1,500 fine, bolster oversight of its utility, and follow a strict testing and monitoring regimen under a five-year plan meant to fix years of problems with its drinking water supply.
HELENA — Environmental regulators have asked a judge to approve an agreement with Fort Belknap Indian Reservation officials to fix years of “chronic violations” in how the reservation’s water supply is treated and monitored.
CASPER, Wyo. — Every two years, state Sen. Drew Perkins, R-Casper, needs to call a plumber.
GREAT FALLS — Montana officials say they won't pay for a project to pipe clean drinking water from Conrad to Brady until water-rights issues are resolved.
No one wants toxic wastes polluting their soil or water.
The boil order in effect for Roundup residents has been lifted, Musselshell County Disaster and Emergency Services said Wednesday afternoon.
Officials in Roundup hope to be able to lift a boil order on drinking water issued on Monday by Thanksgiving.
Roundup residents have been told to boil their water after city officials discovered contaminants in the city's drinking supply Monday.
State officials ruled Laurel’s water supply safe Friday, three days after a burst pipe raised contamination concerns.
RIVERTON — Few people so far have taken up a state offer to install taxpayer-funded cisterns at households with poor water quality near Pavillion in central Wyoming.
PAVILLION, Wyo. -- Thirty-five homes outside Pavillion have the option of receiving a free cistern, or water tank, paid for by the state to ensure residents have clean drinking and household water.
BOZEMAN - A citizen's group in Bozeman is circulating a petition that calls on the city to stop adding fluoride to the drinking water.
DENVER — Environmentalists and regulators in Colorado will have more information than any state about what chemicals energy companies are pumping into the earth as they try to extract gas from rock formations deep underground.
National Weather Service offices in Montana are sponsoring Winter Weather Awareness Week this week.
HELENA -- Officials with the Blackfeet Tribe say someone broke the lock on a tank that holds drinking water for Browning residents, and they have been ordered not to use the water until it is tested for possible contamination.