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HELENA — A two-day session to consider what a new detention center for Lewis and Clark County should look like produced a preliminary plan to accommodate 300 inmates and address the current overcrowded conditions.
HELENA — Bishops in the Catholic Church are showing a new openness toward those who are gay, divorced, living together without being married or children in nontraditional families.
The dreams and hopes of 267 Montanans, like those of more than 58,000 others nationwide, ended in service to their country during the Vietnam War.
HELENA — Broadwater Health Center in Townsend is in talks with Billings Clinic that could create a relationship between the two health care providers.
HELENA — Mountain snowpack across Montana is normal for a typical year and benefited from cold temperatures that helped preserve what snow fell in October.
Mountain snowpack across Montana is normal for a typical year and benefited from cold temperatures that helped preserve what snow fell in October.
HELENA — A horse was pulled from water by rescuers on Tuesday after walking out onto the ice that had formed over a spring where it normally drinks.
HELENA — Dave Armstrong’s first opportunity to dine on bear came 70 years ago on Thanksgiving day when he and nearly 140 soldiers lived and trained at an Army post up what is now Rimini Road just outside Helena.
HELENA — Rand McNally has long pointed the way to destinations for travelers, but it’s now directing those who enjoy geocaching to Helena.
Heidi O’Brien, the executive director of the Helena Tourism Alliance, displays a geocache on Wednesday near Helena’s historic landmark, the Fire Tower, where a geocache site is located.
The numbers alone don’t tell the whole story, just the worst of it.
Smoke from a fire in the high country on the Sieben Ranch, north of Helena, burns behind Mardel Milliron, with the Wolf Creek/Craig Fire Service Area, as she checks on the chimichangas she is heating in a propane-fueled oven on Sunday evening for area firefighters who are battling the blaze,…
HELENA — A wildfire, possibly the result of lighting on Saturday night, is burning about 35 miles north of Helena and west of Interstate 15 along Sieben Flats.
HELENA — The Red Shale fire in the Bob Marshall Wilderness has grown slightly since it was last surveyed by a helicopter on July 28 and on Sunday afternoon was estimated at 10,300 acres.
TOWNSEND — Residents of Townsend say the Broadwater County commissioners should reject a call to oppose federal interference with firearm provisions in Montana’s and the nation’s constitutions.
These stars have their own stalls.
HELENA — A single-engine airplane crashed north of Helena on Monday afternoon, killing the pilot, Leonard Andrew Coyle, 51, of Helena.
HELENA — Ten months had passed since Ron Buss had let his cat Mata Hairi out and noticed that she hadn’t returned that night to his Portland, Ore., home.
HELENA - The Lewis and Clark County Commission signed off last week on helping Carroll College issue $4.25 million in bonds needed to help finance new student housing.
HELENA — Bill Rich remembers climbing the observation tower on a pleasant evening 45 years ago to escape the heat in Hue, the former imperial capital of Vietnam.
HELENA — The American Lung Association is ranking three Montana counties as having some of the worst air quality in the nation with regards to particulates on a 24-hour basis.
HELENA — An environmental assessment is offering three options to address a cleanup of the Caird Engineering Works in Helena.
HELENA — Last week Deidre Casey took her three boys and their black Labrador over to play at the old kilns before heading over to the Dump Gulch trailhead on Mount Helena — where a pair of signs warn of trapping in the area.
HELENA — A woman’s shawl, laid across a chair, told a story almost too painful for words.
Drafty windows, leaky door seals, inefficient heating systems and old lights that aren’t all that bright are among what’s going to save Lewis and Clark County $77,000 a year.
HELENA — Interstate 15 between Wolf Creek and Craig was closed Wednesday evening because of a tractor-trailer that overturned and lost much of its load of what is believed to be fertilizer.
HELENA — Brianna Trent remembers being at work at the Comfort Suites on Dec. 14 and watching as the tragedy at an elementary school in Connecticut unfolded on television.
HELENA — Soon, a package of five laptop computers could be waiting in Africa for pickup and may likely change a woman’s life.
HELENA -- Helena city commissioners on Monday night agreed to advance a proposed ordinance prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation to a public hearing on Dec. 17.