The Affordable Care Act is working and the evidence continues to mount.
If you live in Montana, there’s a very good chance you are like me and love being outside to enjoy the beauty our great state has to offer. In fact, according to The Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research, nearly three-fourths of Montana residents vacation within the state, many of wh…
MISSOULA -- Third baseman Tyler Humphreys drove in four runs -- including the go-ahead runs during the sixth inning -- in leading Missoula past error-prone Billings 6-3 on Friday night in Pioneer League baseball.
et a real job.”
MISSOULA -- The Billings Scarlets and Missoula Mavericks combined to leave 32 runners on base on Thursday night in Missoula's 6-0 American Legion baseball win.
MISSOULA — Chris Hahn sat down at the upright piano outside Higgins Plaza, and played part of a Chopin etude on the Kurtzmann manufactured in 1910.
MISSOULA — Facing a spring wind on a chilly Friday morning, Ed and Leslie Wetherbee stood where the old Champion International sawmill once cut logs on Missoula’s riverfront. The mill is gone and the 46-acre site is now empty, save for a sign dubbing the property the Old Sawmill District and…
MISSOULA -- Wyatt Summers tossed a one-hitter and teammate Austin Vogel belted four doubles on Thursday night as the Billings Royals blanked the Spokane 49ers 13-0 in American Legion baseball.
MISSOULA — Crews on Wednesday afternoon removed a man's body from a submerged vehicle in the Clark Fork River that police believe is the same vehicle witnesses reported plunging into the fast-flowing water a day earlier in Missoula
MISSOULA — After three domestic sheep were attacked on three separate days, Missoula city officials are cracking down on people who fail to keep their dogs under control on the North Hills.
MISSOULA — Beer unites – so said the owner of One Nation Brewing Co.
MISSOULA — Ray Grossman of Missoula remembers exactly where he was 70 years ago Friday.
Below are listed U.S. patents issued to Montana inventors March 25 through April 15, 2014. For assistance in patent filing, call Billings patent attorney Antoinette M. Tease at 406-294-9000.
MISSOULA — Visitors to the new Cabela’s Outpost in Missoula might jump at first when the occasional sounds of elk bugling or duck calls pierce the air of the cavernous 42,000-square-foot store, but it’s all part of the show.
MISSOULA — Missoula officials announced a new safety and accountability audit to “flush out gaps” in sexual assault investigations at a sparsely attended public forum Tuesday morning.
MISSOULA — They trample flower gardens.
Missoula City Councilman Jon Wilkins says often people can find solutions to deer problems on their own. “If they just put their thinking cap on, most people are smarter than deer, but not all (people),” he says.
LAUREL — The third and final day of the final year for the Special Olympics Montana State Summer Games' three-year stop in Billings brought mixed emotions for the thousands of people who organized, volunteered at and competed in them.
MISSOULA — Red, black and gold ribbons signifying the German national flag hung from all the mailboxes along a cul-de-sac in a Missoula neighborhood Friday in honor of a slain 17-year-old exchange student, with one notable exception.
Beatles founder Paul McCartney is coming to Missoula for an Aug. 5 concert in Washington-Grizzly Stadium.