Law enforcement agencies around Montana say following a generation of medical marijuana, they’re prepared for cannabis-centered interactions with the public.
“I learned how to do everything we will teach in this program, but I didn’t have it laid out for me like this,” said a local nonprofit worker who farmed for 20 years.
The truth: You can absolutely teach an older dog new tricks, like how to shake hands, speak or roll over. Keeping the training sessions short and fun while using plenty of positive reinforcement like treats and praise can help make the training process easier.
Angelina Jolie plans to return to Cambodia next year to establish the next Women for Bees program, after she was named "godmother" of the program this year.
Amid a continued labor shortage in the state, a legislative panel on Wednesday voted to direct $22 million in federal COVID relief money to increase job training opportunities.
If the American Fork wildfire radio chatter has a Brooklyn accent next week, just know the FDNY has reported for duty.
The Montana Highway Patrol began its move from its longtime Helena headquarters to its new home in Boulder this week, marking what Sgt. Jay Nelson called "a historic moment" for the law enforcement agency.
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Watering a Ponderosa pine tree with a helicopter might seem like overkill, unless it’s on fire.
From Bigfork to Missoula to Boulder (CO) to Boise to Bozeman, Makena Morley's journey is taking her to the Olympic Trials.
A Rocky Mountain College training airplane departs the Billings airport as rain showers move through the Billings area on Wednesday.
Sammy Evans has jumped her way from Havre High to the University of Montana and now to the Olympic Trials.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signed a series of gun-related bills into law, included one that lets people carry handguns without first getting a…
Scientists believe that taking short breaks could help you learn a new skill more quickly.
The former Billings West and Oregon standout has lived in DeChambeau's house since February.
An interview with Keeth Smart, a former Olympian, weighs in on the uncertainty surrounding the Olympics. Keeth Smart, competed in 2000, 2004 a…
Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen released a legal opinion Thursday stating that certain educational lessons or job trainings dealing with race violate federal law.