CASPER, Wyo. — Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack says Lincoln and Teton counties are eligible for Farm Service Agency disaster loans for losses caused by heavy rain, flooding and hail that occurred over the summer.
Musselshell County’s Disaster and Emergency Services Coordinator Jeff Gates, who has overseen his share of major natural disasters, is moving on.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Residents of Saratoga are breathing easier after the North Platte River did not reach record levels on Saturday as feared.
CASPER, Wyo. — The Bighorn River experienced a level of flooding last weekend that hadn’t been seen since the mid-’90s.
Weather was the biggest news of 2011. A precipitation-drenched winter and spring touched everyone in the region.
HELENA — The collapse of the state's once-booming medical marijuana industry after lawmakers passed tough restrictions and federal agents raided dozens of pot providers was Montana's top news story of 2011, according to The Associated Press' annual member poll.
CROW AGENCY — More than five months after the devastating May flooding, T.R. and Stephanie Little Light got the keys to their new home Wednesday.
The American Red Cross will open individual client casework files for Montanans hardest hit by flooding.
A 1967 Gazette shows flooding in Roundup, exactly 44 years ago Thursday. Brian Ostlund, of Billings, and his 9-year-old daughter Lexis, of Roundup, found the copy Wednesday.
The Musselshell River flows through a neighborhood in Roundup on Wednesday.
Erin Evans with the U.S. Geological Survey measures water flowing over Highway 87 near Roundup on Wednesday.
Crews from the Montana Department of Transportation use heavy equipment to pass through floodwaters in Roundup on Wednesday. The Musselshell River swamped portions of the small town for the second time in two weeks Wednesday as heavy rains continued to cause widespread flooding in Montana.
A car passes over a flooded section of U.S. Highway 12 near Ryegate as the Musselshell River rises Tuesday.
The Musselshell River floods near Ryegate on Tuesday.
Pieces of crinkled paper are pinned to a clothesline in the living room of the Larson home.
Officially, flood victims mostly from the Crow Reservation must leave what’s been dubbed “The Hilton of Shelters” at Montana State University Billings by Wednesday.
Jessi Larson, left, of Joliet, and her sister Anna Steinhart, of Portland, Ore., were busy Tuesday cleaning up their mother's home Joliet. The home was destroyed by floodwaters last week and the family did not have any flood insurance.