HELENA — Montana's Justice Building will be renamed in memory of former Attorney General Joe Mazurek.
HELENA — A Senate committee on Monday unanimously endorsed a bill to name the state building housing the state Justice Department, Library and Supreme Court after former Attorney General Joe Mazurek, who died last summer.
HELENA — The state Justice Building would be named after late Attorney General Joe Mazurek under a proposal by current Attorney General Tim Fox.
For years, the Alzheimer’s Association held “memory walks” to raise money and awareness of this progressive, fatal disease. Not anymore. The annual event is now a “Walk to End Alzheimer’s.”
HELENA - Hundreds of Joe Mazurek’s friends and family filled the Cathedral of St. Helena on Friday afternoon to mourn his death while celebrating a life well lived.
Hundreds of people pay tribute to former Montana Attorney General Joe Mazurek at his funeral Mass on Friday afternoon in the Cathedral of St. Helena.
Flags in Montana will be flown at half-staff Thursday, in honor of former state Attorney General Joe Mazurek, who died Tuesday.
Two great Montanans left us recently to go on to a greater place.
A ceremony is set for 5 p.m. Sunday to unveil the memorial garden to honor the late former Attorney General Joe Mazurek.
HELENA — Former Montana Attorney General Joe Mazurek, known by friends and adversaries alike as a dedicated public servant who could find common ground where others couldn’t, died Tuesday in Helena from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. He was 64.
Joe Mazurek shares a happy moment after the ceremony with his longtime close friend UM Law Professor Greg Munro.
Joe Mazurek hugs his son Tom after he accepted the University of Montana Distinguished Alumni Award 2010 on Joe's behalf.
Joe and Patty Mazurek stand in front of a family photograph at their Helena home. Joe Mazurek, a former Montana attorney general, died Tuesday morning in Helena from complications of Alzheimer’s disease.
As Montana’s attorney general in 1996, Joe Mazurek argued a case before the U.S Supreme Court while maintaining daily contact with the director of the FBI to bring the 84-day standoff with the Freemen in Eastern Montana to a successful conclusion.
HELENA — Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock has scheduled several “campaign kickoff” events around the state next week, where the Democrat is expected to launch his campaign for governor in 2012, the Gazette State Bureau has learned.
Political and philosophical differences are real and worth fighting for, and we have had some real battles with each other over the years. We were adversaries, but we never allowed ourselves to become enemies because we knew that accomplishments could only be achieved within each other’s tru…