University Of Washington
Ryan Schwanke’s interest in medicine began percolating while he was still in high school.
SEATTLE — A judge set bail at $2 million Friday for a Las Vegas man arrested near the University of Washington in a truck that authorities say contained multiple weapons, maps to three Seattle campuses and a recording in which he said he planned to do something in the West to support protest…
Each summer, a select crop of young doctors joins the medical team at RiverStone Health. They are the eight new residents in the Montana Family Medicine Residency, MFMR, chosen from more than 780 applicants. They will spend three years at RiverStone Health and at the two Billings hospitals.
POLSON — Even with two fishing tournaments that harvest up to 50,000 lake trout every year from Flathead Lake, authorities from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes say angling alone isn’t making a significant enough dent in the population of the non-native species.
My first surgery professors were three guys named Joe, Adolph and Tuffy. I was 13, an almost certainly illegal employee of a fledgling log home construction company in northwest Montana. There was no OSHA, no hard hats and no child labor inconveniences. Our outfit was, however, strict about …
Juli Pierce says her parents, both teachers, had a big influence on her when she was growing up in Billings.
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.
YAKIMA, Wash. -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture is awarding $80 million in grants to consortiums led by Washington state's two largest universities to research the conversion of Pacific Northwest wood and forest residues into biofuels.
A new study conducted at the University of Washington concludes that the Montana Meth Project, having spent millions of dollars on a now-famous advertising campaign, “has had no discernable impact on meth use.”