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Montana’s Public Service Commission expressed “significant doubt” Monday that the Colstrip Power Plant would burn more a than a few more years and acknowledged risks of $300 million for NorthWestern Energy customers if the utility doesn’t address early closure.
Amid a flurry of lawsuits filed across the nation against the Boy Scouts of America alleging sexual abuse of young Scouts, a national group of attorneys is gearing up to file as many as 15 more in Montana.
The task force was announced Tuesday, a week after a rally held for 18-year-old Kaysera Stops Pretty Places, who went missing in August and was found dead two days later.
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Billings wants to convert a handful of its one-way streets downtown into two-way thoroughfares and is asking residents to weigh in.
Burger Dive will be going into its second decade at a new spot on Minnesota Avenue, and will finally be open for dinnertime.
Billings heart surgeon retiring after 4 decades: 'It’s hard putting the scalpel down, it’s bittersweet'
He’s not one to keep count of cases, but the longtime surgeon figures over four decades he’s performed more than 10,000 operations, thousands of them open-heart surgeries.