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“This problem in this particular district, has persisted for months, and it appears to the court that the problem is only getting worse,” Judge Donald Harris told the courtroom Monday.
About 1,500 students at Great Falls High School will begin remote learning Tuesday and through the rest of the week because of an increase in COVID-19 cases among students and staff.
A Montana "right-to-work" group on Monday filed a lawsuit to strike down the state's Clean Campaign Act, arguing it contains a provision that violates political speech protections.
Officials have closed the smoking patio on the east side of First Interstate Arena, which sits at the base of a sandstone ledge and above whic…
With legalization looming, Billings city officials are moving quickly to figure out how best to regulate recreational pot within city limits.
Comedian Gabriel 'Fluffy' Iglesias is returning to Billings for a show at First Interstate Arena at MetraPark on Saturday, Jan. 15, 2022.
Montana is one of only two states where Kristin Chenoweth hasn't performed, and she'll check it off her list Sunday at the Alberta Bair Theater in downtown Billings.
“Their only lifeline is the VA, and obviously it’s not working."
The Montana National Guard has emerged from the fire season as a growing chorus is calling for renewed help combating the COVID-19 resurgence.