Turning around the high school drop out rate: Billings teen returns to education
Billings has some of the largest high schools in the state, per student population, but not every student who walks in the doors comes out with a high school diploma.
Tester secures $24 million to expand Bozeman’s Kagy Boulevard
Senator Jon Tester Secures $24 Million to Expand Bozeman’s Kagy Boulevard from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Bridger Bowl calls snowfall an opening-day miracle
Bridger Bowl planned for a limited open, given the dry conditions. But recent snowfall has officials hopeful for a more extensive open soon.
Investigation continues into East Missoula shooting
The Missoula County Sheriff's Office is continuing to investigate a Tuesday afternoon shooting that happened in East Missoula.
Man found dead at scene of Hamilton structure fire
A man was found dead following a Friday morning fire at a residence on North Fifth Street in Hamilton.
Furman fans travel 2300 miles for Grizzly-Paladin playoff game
While a wave of maroon is to be expected in Washington-Grizzly Stadium, there will be a small pocket of purple cheering on the Furman team.
Snow plow drivers busy with roads despite lack of snow
An unseasonably warm winter so far has given city snowplow drivers the catch to catch up on road maintenance.
Billings residents push for tighter regulations over 'flop houses'
The property across from Basye is like several others across the city, not just the South Side, that police often refer to as flop houses.
Indigenous language educators gather in Billings, sharing teaching tips
Over the course of the last three days, indigenous language educators have come together at the Inter-Tribal Language Summit, hosted by Montana State University (MSU), Billings.
Where's the beef? Ranchers push for Montana-raised cattle in local restaurants
The Montana Stockgrowers Association's annual conference is underway in Billings this week. A key focus of that conference is the push for local restaurants and retailers to serve Montana beef.
Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Dec. 8, 2023
Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Friday, Dec. 8, 2023 - Latest local news and headlines from across the world.
UM gives 3,000 free Griz football playoff game tickets to students
University of Montana President Seth Bodnar recently announced that 3,000 free tickets would be offered for students to attend Friday’s playoff game against the Furman Paladins.
Montana behavioral health professionals anticipate help from Legislature
Helping people with behavioral and mental health issues has been a big challenge in Billings and in Montana.
Montana Law Enforcement increasing patrols during the holiday season
Historically, the period between December 15 and January 1 has a high concentration of impaired driving crashes and crash fatalities.
Christmas tree prices impacted by inflation, save money by cutting your own
The American Christmas Tree Association reports the cost of an artificial Christmas tree is up on average about 10% this year.
UPDATE: Butte American Legion giving away free food to veterans
The veterans' giveaway event is Dec. 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Butte American Legion at 3201 Wynne Ave.
Woman pleads not guilty in death of Manhattan teen
The woman accused of driving under the influence resulting in a crash that killed a Manhattan teenage girl pleaded not guilty Thursday morning.
Tourism business owners criticize Montana wolf hunting rules
At a public hearing in Bozeman, business owners told Montana FWP representatives that the agency needs to give greater weight to tourism when it makes wolf hunting rules.
Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Dec. 7, 2023
Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Thursday, Dec. 7, 2023 - Latest local news and headlines from across the world.
Whitefish Mountain Resort opening for 76th winter season
December 7 is that special day circled on the calendar for skiers and snowboarders in Northwest Montana.
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