White Sulphur Springs
HELENA — A Meagher County couple has reached a confidential settlement with Bank of America in its lawsuit alleging the bank engaged in fraudulent dealings.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — Looking at the map, it didn’t seem like it would take long to drive up and over the Castle Mountains in central Montana.
HELENA — State environmental regulators have given Tintina Resources permission to drill four wells to assess the groundwater in the area of its proposed copper mine in central Montana.
BOZEMAN — Montana environmental regulators intend to review about 940 public comments and decide within three weeks whether to approve a proposal to dig test wells at the site of a planned copper mine near White Sulphur Springs.
Proposed water testing for a planned copper mine near the headwaters of the Smith River would have no impacts on groundwater quality and minimal short-term effects on quantity, according to an environmental assessment released by the state.
A 19-year-old woman died after rolling an SUV into a creek on U.S. 89 North approximately 25 miles from White Sulphur Springs sometime between Friday night and early Saturday morning.
The state is allowing a Canadian company to dig deep into the ground to explore for copper near a tributary of the famed Smith River north of White Sulphur Springs.
One of several drills taking core samples up to 2,500 feet deep sit on ranchland 15 miles north east of White Sulphur Springs.
Sarah Calhoun is founder of Red Ants Pants in White Sulphur Springs.
The Red Ants Pants Music Festival in White Sulphur Springs is organized by the Red Ants Pants Foundation, a nonprofit that develops and expands leadership roles for women, preserves and supports working family farms and ranches, and enriches and promotes rural communities.
The Red Ants Pants Festival is July 25-28 in White Sulphur Springs. Tickets are $115 in advance and $130 at the gate for a three-day pass; a one-day pass is $45 in advance and $50 at the door. Kids 12 and under are free, if accompanied by an adult.
A sign above one of the pools at White Sulphur Springs says it all.
A bather enjoys the newer pool at the Spa Hot Springs Motel and Clinic in White Sulphur Springs.
A woman bathes in the coolest pool at the Spa Hot Springs Motel and Clinic in White Sulphur Springs.
The Truck Stop Cafe in White Sulphur Springs shines in the early-morning hours.
It’s a quirky destination in a quirky little Montana town.
Gene Gudmundson, owner of the Spa Hot Springs Motel in White Sulphur Springs, is also a chiropractor.
Bathers enjoy the one of the outdoor pools at the Spa Hot Springs Motel and Clinic in White Sulphur Springs.
The Class C 8-man playoffs may not start until October 29th, but the postseason got underway in a big way on Friday and Saturday as the Southern C and Northern C conferences began their two-week process of seeding games.