HAMILTON — A little over two weeks ago, Canyon View Church Pastor Jim Smith received a challenge.
On Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013, James Lynn Smith, “Jimmy Diesel,” 66, died at his home in Billings. He was born Oct. 9, 1947, in Billings, the oldest son of Eugene “Gene” and Georgie (Overstreet) Smith. In 1965 he graduated from Senior High School. On April 16, 1969, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy a…
On March 16, I was shopping at the West End Wal-Mart. While waiting in the checkout line, the lady in front of me helped me put my groceries on the conveyer belt. As I went to pay for my groceries, the clerk told me that the groceries had been paid for by the same lady and she said to say th…
HELENA — Lawmakers are considering a measure that would require law enforcement officers to have a reasonable suspicion before they can conduct strip or body cavity searches.
It appears that Helena no longer will be the Montana home base for U.S. Sen. Max Baucus, who announced this week that he and wife will build a home in Bozeman.
HELENA -- The Helena City Commission will hold a public hearing Monday evening to discuss asking the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to consider potential impacts to the city of increased coal train traffic that would result from the development of major West Coast ports.
LINCOLN, Neb. — A bill that would allow Nebraska to restart a review of the Keystone XL pipeline project's route inched closer to final passage Thursday, with a requirement that the state's environmental agency hold at least one public hearing before releasing its recommendation.
KALISPELL - Authorities are investigating an apparent murder-suicide in Libby involving a husband and wife.
HELENA — Late last month, a yearlong journey came to an end for John Lewis, state director for Sen. Max Baucus, when he called on Helena Mayor Jim Smith at the City-County Building here.
Medical marijuana isn’t the only substance facing a crackdown on July 1.
The bidding was fast and the prices pretty high for the first waves of 829 Leachman horses as the Bureau of Indian Affairs kicked off a two-day sale on a ranch on the Crow Reservation on Saturday.