Montana Department Of Labor And Industry
A Billings child and adolescent psychiatrist who was stripped of his medical license two years ago has been granted a lifetime probationary license to practice adult psychiatry.
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Update: The Human Rights Bureau said Fish, Wildlife and Parks has appealed the decision in the retaliation case and a hearing is expected in September. FWP has until July 1 to decide if it will appeal the decision over the grievance filed with the Board of Personnel Appeals.
BUTTE — A former temporary teacher has filed a formal complaint with the Human Rights Bureau of the Montana Department of Labor and Industry against Butte School District No. 1.
HELENA — Montana's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell slightly to 5.6 percent in February.
EUREKA – In the past year, the Ranch for Kids Project has come under scrutiny by top-ranking Russian government officials, who in June arrived at the respite care facility for troubled adopted children, many of them Russian, with a Moscow television crew in tow, criticizing the unlicensed bo…
HELENA — A former dealer of snowmobiles and ATVs in East Helena prevailed in what seemed a major Montana Supreme Court opinion in a case against the state in November, but the legal and financial future of Elk Mountain Motorsports remains uncertain.
The Montana Department of Labor and Industry dismissed a discrimination claim brought against School District 2 earlier this year by one of the candidates who applied for the interim superintendent position in November.
Rolf Groseth, who was appointed Montana State University Billings chancellor last Friday by the Montana Board of Regents, was at work before 7 a.m. Monday, greeting a dozen Yellowstone County legislators and representative-elect Joanne Blyton of Joliet. The lawmakers turned out on a subzero …
The culinary program at Passages pre-release center helped Natasha Martin find her inner “Cake Boss.”
Labor Day usually means picnics, parades, and barbecues. However, many Americans are feeling more anxious than festive during these difficult economic times. Like other places in America, Montana has felt the harshness of the recession.