KAYCEE, Wyo. — Funeral services for longtime state Republican Sen. John Schiffer will be held Tuesday in Kaycee.
Eastern Montana is seeing unprecedented growth as a result of the Bakken development. This impact comes not only from drilling and related activities in Montana, but also from “spillover” into Montana from North Dakota. These impacts are real, they are in many cases severe, and they need addressing.
The public is welcome to join legislators, community leaders and health policy advocates at 7 a.m. Tuesday as they discuss issues affecting the health and well-being of Montana families.
KALISPELL — A legislator from Columbia Falls is asking the state to pay him in gold and silver coins because he is skeptical about the future of the dollar.
Despite strict Montana regulations that limit the business hours of most brew pubs and restrict the flow of beer to three pints per customer, selling craft beers is profitable enough that a sixth pub is opening in downtown Billings.
State Rep. Tom Lockhart, R-Casper, announced Monday that he will file for re-election to represent House District 57.
A cowboy to the core, fourth-generation Billings-area rancher and former Montana legislator Jay O. Stovall died Thursday night surrounded by family at a Billings hospital after an illness. He was 71.
A former employee of state Rep. James Knox, R-Billings, claims that the legislator refuses to give him his last paycheck.
Montana's 150 legislators are meeting in Helena this week, but most of their constituents are elsewhere. For those of us who live and work hundreds of miles from our state Capitol, attending the session in person is a rare event.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming took a first step on Monday on a plan to provide health insurance to the 86,000 people in the state who have none.