Montana State coach Rob Ash hopes to get out and play a little golf on Saturday before settling in to watch his team’s next opponent, Cal Poly, take on Montana later that evening.
BOZEMAN — Things are going quite well for Montana State. The offense is humming, the wins are piling up and the vibes are good.
Montana State has spent a staggering 29 consecutive weeks ranked in the Top 10 of the FCS poll. With 30 victories combined in the past three seasons, the Bobcats have built a juggernaut.
Two leaders of St. Vincent Healthcare sat down with U.S. Sen. Jon Tester on Wednesday and aired their concerns about how looming cuts to federal health care funding could impact Montana hospitals.
It’s rare when coaches Mick Delaney and Rob Ash appear at the same offseason media event, especially when it’s not in conjunction with the Big Sky Conference.
Montana State's 11 victories last year were its most single-season wins in a generation. In fact, the Bobcats are fresh off a three-year run where they went 30-8 overall and 21-3 in the Big Sky Conference. The latter record is tops in the league in that span.
Kane Ioane has seen it all at Montana State, from when the football program was erased like a chalkboard and rebuilt from scratch when he came in as a freshman in 2000, all the way to 2012 when it won more games than it had in nearly 30 years.
From Ekalaka to Plentywood to Eureka to Dillon, telemedicine eliminates the distance between Montana patients and their medical specialists.
In 2010, Americans spent $8,402 per capita on health care — twice as much as other developed nations. Despite all the spending, America’s population is less healthy than other industrial nations. U.S. life expectancy is on the lower end of rankings while infant mortality is on the high end.
“Montana is due to receive $35 million in federal funding for electronic health record incentive payments of which RiverStone Health is eligible to receive essential funding of nearly $1 million in electronic health record incentive payments over the next six years in order to successfully i…
Major Robinson of Billings has been named to replace Janine Pease on the Montana Board of Regents.