Montanans received a rude introduction to questionable political science research methods last week.
HELENA — The presidents of Stanford University and Dartmouth College are sending 100,000 letters to Montana residents disavowing election mailers that state officials called deceitful and worried will influence the state’s two Supreme Court elections.
HELENA — The Stanford-Dartmouth political-science study that produced last week’s controversial mailer listing the alleged political leanings of Montana Supreme Court justice candidates is raising eyebrows among academics, some of whom are calling it unethical.
HELENA — U.S. Sen. Jon Tester on Friday accused two prominent colleges of “voter manipulation” for their role in a mailer sent this week to 100,000 Montanans, in connection with two Montana Supreme Court races.
HELENA — Montana and Stanford University officials launched separate investigations Thursday into official-looking mailers that arrived at Montana homes this week rating how liberal or conservative the four nonpartisan candidates for state Supreme Court are.
HELENA — The Montana commissioner of political practices says his office has received a spike in complaints about mailers that depict how liberal or conservative four Supreme Court candidates are.
The thrill of being drafted hasn’t quite worn off for Josh Huestis. A week later, the former Great Falls CMR and Stanford stalwart is soaking it in.
Kalispell attorney Amy Eddy makes her living battling consumer fraud.
Rocky Mountain College will be holding its Pigskin Classic 2013 coaching clinic March 15-16 at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
Tom McGuane, just in from getting his place buttoned up for fall, couldn’t pass up a few M&Ms on the way to the phone.
Author Thomas McGuane will receive the Emeritus Award at the High Plains BookFest banquet Oct. 20 at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
A red handprint encircling a heart, a golden sunflower opening to the sun, and dripping letters forming the words “beautiful forever.”
A Bozeman speech by former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will be streamed live at Montana State University Billings on Wednesday.
RIVERTON, Wyo. — A Turkish athlete from Riverton is being honored by her colleagues for her athletic career that began in Wyoming.
MISSOULA -- Patrick Casey of Laurel and Joslyn Tinkle of Missoula were honored as the winners of the Little Sullivan Award Saturday night during a banquet at the downtown Holiday Inn.
BUTTE -- Silver Bow County is out about $168,000 -- the cost of a new building that was destroyed in January by a misfiring rocket engine test -- after two insurance companies said they would not pay for the damage.
Yurts & skyscrapers: RMC geology professor studying mountains in Mongolia observes country's mix of tradition, progression
Local residents driving Derek Sjostrom through central Mongolia were geniuses at fixing vehicles that need at least some repair every day.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday set a Jan. 10 hearing date on Montana's claim that farmers in Wyoming are taking too much of the region's scarce water supply.