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HELENA — Four legislators are having separate bills drafted for the 2015 session to raise the daytime speed limit on Montana interstate highways from 75 mph to 80 mph, and in one case, 85 mph.
Ken Miller, department chair and professor of science education and educational theory and practice at Montana State University Billings, received a distinguished alumni award from the University of Wyoming’s College of Education. Recipients were recognized during a dinner in September at th…
HELENA — Three former Montana Republican Party chairmen took the unusual step Monday of uniting to publicly oppose former state Sen. Ryan Zinke's bid to win the GOP nomination for U.S. House in next month's primary election.
As Tea Party rallies go, the one in Billings on Tuesday was tepid.
SEATTLE — State and local regulators said this week that they’ll consider a sweeping environmental review of the effects of a proposed terminal along the Columbia River in Washington that would export millions of tons of coal to Asia.
HELENA -- Public Service Commissioner Bill Gallagher, who underwent surgery last summer for pancreatic cancer, said Wednesday he won’t run for re-election this year because of his ongoing battle with the disease.
HELENA — With Monday’s deadline fast-approaching, it remains unclear whether legislators will succeed in overriding any of Gov. Steve Bullock’s vetoes.
After multiple surgeries to repair damage from gunshot wounds in a hunting accident, former gubernatorial candidate Ken Miller is close to returning home from St. Vincent Healthcare.
Former governor candidate and Laurel legislator Ken Miller is recovering from an accidental shooting during a Wednesday hunting trip.
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Ken Miller and Jeanie Kalotay of Montana State University Billings worked to bring a $1 million federal grant to MSU Billings and Montana Tech of the University of Montana to improve K-8 science education in the state.
MISSOULA — Ken Miller’s business, Outdoor Adventure Structures, allows Miller to design and build his own structures for private customers. It’s a signal that adventure courses aren’t just for resorts or summer camps anymore.
HELENA — The campaign of defeated governor candidate Ken Miller has asked a state District Court to reverse the state political practices commissioner’s findings that it violated campaign finance laws.
HELENA — The state political practices commissioner on Wednesday filed an amended complaint against the campaign of unsuccessful gubernatorial candidate Ken Miller over campaign finance violations.
HELENA — Yellowstone County Attorney Scott Twito has declined to pursue civil action against unsuccessful Republican governor candidate Ken Miller over campaign finance violations found by the state political practices commissioner.
HELENA -- Democratic Attorney General Steve Bullock coasted to an easy victory Tuesday in the Democratic primary for governor, and former U.S. Rep. Rick Hill racked up a decisive win in the seven-candidate Republican field to set up a November matchup between the two Helena men.
HELENA — Politicians were traveling across the state Monday and making phone calls to voters in last-ditch sales pitches before Montana’s primary election on Tuesday.
HELENA — Disagreeing on few issues, the seven Republican candidates for governor have been running low-key, friendly campaigns until the race recently escalated with an attack on former U.S. Rep. Rick Hill, the presumed frontrunner.