Sweet Grass County
BIG TIMBER — A truck driver was convicted Wednesday of failing to report a crash on Interstate 90 in south-central Montana where an 81-year-old Alaska man was killed a year ago.
Law enforcement officers need the right tools to deal with people in crisis because of mental health or substance abuse problems.
Some Triangle Communications customers in central Montana are reportedly without phone service after a fiber-optic cable was cut Wednesday.
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Firefighters were able to completely contain the Kjarmo fire burning east of Greycliff by late Saturday afternoon.
About 50 firefighters battled a wildlife fire that began Friday morning east of Greycliff in Sweet Grass County.
A bighorn ram that had wandered into the immediate vicinity of domestic sheep near Big Timber was killed by law-enforcement authorities on Wednesday.
The wind-fueled Cheatham fire burning west of Big Timber grew to 250 acres by late Thursday night.
Sweet Grass County officials have identified the two men who drowned in the Boulder River over the weekend.
A 73-year-old Park County man and his 60-year-old Washington, D.C., friend are both dead following a rafting accident on the Boulder River on Thursday afternoon.
HELENA — Former U.S. Rep. Orvin B. Fjare, R-Mont., died Monday in Helena. He was 93.
Sonny Todd was just 15 years old when he and his father, Donald, began building what is now called the Deer Creek cabin. It was 1953. Six years later, they finished.
Logging along the Main Boulder Road in Sweet Grass County will resume this month after a two-year hiatus.
Gas drilling in Sweet Grass County is becoming more of a reality every day. Sweet Grass now has three exploratory wells with more to come once natural gas prices increase. We all know we need gas to meet our energy needs, but I can think of something else that is even more essential: clean water.
BIG TIMBER — Sweet Grass County officials say the weekend fire that destroyed a commercial building in Big Timber was accidentally ignited.
Engineer Jim Ruipers, left, listens as David Templet of Devon Energy summarizes what takes place during the hydraulic fracturing process. The two were panel members participating in a forum on gas development Thursday evening in Big Timber.
BIG TIMBER - Imagine a land where taxes haven't increased since 1999, school districts are running on zero mills, and a new, $20 million jail is under construction - all at absolutely no cost to taxpayers.