Missoula law enforcement looking for 14-year-old girl last seen May 30
MISSOULA, Mont. - A Missing Endangered Person Advisory has been issued for a 14-year-old girl. Lyndsey Carlito Cote is described as being five feet, three inches tall, weighs 125 pounds and has red hair and hazel eyes. She may try to alter her appearance by dying her hair. Lyndsey was...
Ravalli County Museum honors Bitter Root Day with celebration
HAMILTON, Mont. — Bitter Root Day celebrates the Salish at the Ravalli County Museum in Hamilton on June 10. The day kicks off at 9 a.m., with the cultural heritage festival features traditional Salish drummers and dancers and a celebration of the Bitterroot flower. There are events for everyone,...
Stevi school bus driver charged with child endangerment
On Tuesday, May 23, the driver of a Stevensville school bus was pulled over and the driver given a sobriety test. The driver is said to have run into a fence near Ridge Lane and Three Mile Creek Road. After striking the fence, Janette Sessions, the driver of the school bus, was reported by students to have fallen out of her seat. She retook her position in the driver’s seat and continued to drive, after which she picked up more students. The charging documents mention that there were at least two children under the age of 14 and 10 children of 14 years or older present during the initial impacts. She picked up an additional 11 children throughout the morning before finally being pulled over by a state trooper. The defendant admitted that the children on the bus requested that she stop, but she refused to do so. Sessions also admitted to taking anti-anxiety medication of an unknown variety as well as aspirin. After performing the sobriety test on Sessions, the trooper determined that Sessions was in fact under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Sessions showed difficulties with balance, perception and coordination. Blood samples were taken and the Sessions was taken into custody.
Robbery Suspect Punches Man and Steals His Bike in Missoula
Missoula, MT (KGVO-AM News) - On May 31, 2023, a Missoula Police Department Office was dispatched to the area of 111 W. Broadway for a robbery that had just occurred. A witness called 911 reporting that his friend had just been beaten up and punched and that his $500 mountain bicycle was stolen. The suspect was described as a tall Native American male, approximately 6', and wearing all black or dark clothing.
Missoula Crime Report: Human Trafficking is ‘Modern-Day Slavery’
Missoula, MT (KGVO-AM News) - The Missoula County Attorney’s Office charged 16 new criminal complaints this week, which is six less than last week and right around the weekly average. According to County Attorney Kirsten Pabst, her office is also getting ready for a homicide trial that is set to start on Monday.
Ravalli County crash results in death of one man
HAMILTON, Mont. - A motorcyclist was killed in a crash near Hamilton Tuesday afternoon.
'Hunger' paved the way for record-setting season by Corvallis' Olivia Lewis
CORVALLIS — What Olivia Lewis did this season for Corvallis High School can be described in one word: historic. Arguably no one in Montana had a more dynamic track and field season than Lewis, and the junior capped it off last weekend in Laurel with three individual state titles and a team championship for the Blue Devils.
Stevi local spends Memorial Day at Arlington
This Memorial Day, Christina Cain, a Missoula social worker who was raised in Stevensville, was afforded the opportunity to be a part of an outreach program in Washington D.C. Cain is a licensed clinical social worker and therapist who works for a branch of the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) Readjustment Counseling Services. Based in Missoula at the Missoula Vet Center, Cain was nominated by her directer there to take part in the event.
Lolo motorcyclist dies in US Highway 93 crash
A 38-year-old motorcyclist from Lolo died on Tuesday in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 93 in Ravalli County.
Motorcyclist killed in crash near Hamilton
HAMILTON, Mont. - A motorcyclist was killed in a crash near Hamilton Tuesday afternoon. Montana Highway Patrol reports a Dodge Dakota was southbound on US-93 when it made a left turn across both northbound lanes. A Kawasaki motorcycle traveling in the northbound lanes reportedly struck the Dodge as it turned.
Homeless in Missoula: Mayoral candidate Mike Nugent releases detailed plan
Missoula City Council member and mayoral candidate Mike Nugent has released a multi-pronged approach that he believes will provide some solutions to the city's homeless challenge.
Summer 2023 Will Be a Little Warmer and Drier in Montana
Missoula, MT (KGVO-AM News) - It’s the return of El Nino for the summer of 2023, according to the National Weather Service office in Missoula, and that means it won’t be quite as cool or quite as wet as in recent years. KGVO News spoke to Meteorologist Travis...
Will This Montana Eyesore Keep Growing With The Warmer Weather?
I can't think of a better place to spend the summer than here in Montana. With beautiful skies, lush green grass, and crystal clear lakes, it's not only one of the most stunning places in the nation, but it's also one of the most popular. We recently learned that when it comes to summer vacation destinations, two Montana locations are among the most popular in the United States. There's a reason it's called the Last Best Place.
Stevensville woman facing multiple charges following school bus crash
76-year-old Janette Viola Sessions of Stevensville is facing 10 counts of felony child endangerment as well as Driving While Under the Influence.
Crews cleaning up around Russell St. Bridge in Missoula
MISSOULA, Mont. - Crews are cleaning up around the Russell St. Bridge. A lot of the people who were there appear to have left. This comes after Missoula Mayor Jordan Hess and the City Council Climate, Conservation and Parks Committee voted to approve an emergency ordinance regarding urban camping in public spaces to mitigate the increasing housing issue in the city.
Emergency ordinance on urban camping in Missoula approved
MISSOULA, Mont. - Recently Missoula Mayor Jordan Hess and the City Council Climate, Conservation and Parks Committee voted to approve an emergency ordinance regarding urban camping in public spaces to mitigate the increasing housing issue in the city.
After securing back-to-back titles, Missoula Hellgate track and field duo ready for next level at UM
MISSOULA — As she was in the process of defending her Class AA state pole vaulting title last weekend in Butte, Hannah Moses found herself on the edge of disaster. The Missoula Hellgate senior had failed on her first two attempts at 11 feet, and was staring at the do-or-die final opportunity to extend her track and field season.
Stevensville’s Hutchison is state A high jump champion
Stevensville’s Claire Hutchison had an outstanding individual state meet. She was the State Champion in the high jump (5-4), she took 2nd in the 100m (12.55) and the 200m (25.73), and 4th in the 400m (59.59). Hunter Gum took 4th in the shot put with a throw of 51-00. Kellan Beller took 5th in the javelin with a throw of 170-02. And freshman Scarlett Gard took 6th in the Javelin with a throw of 114-06. The Stevensville girls took 6th overall at State.
MCT tickets for 2023-24 season on sale Monday
MISSOULA, Mont. — Tickets for the Missoula Community Theatre's 2023-24 season will be available starting Monday. Audiences can look forward to performances of "Young Frankenstein," "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," "Rent," The Play That Goes Wrong" and "Beauty and the Beast." MCT released the following information:. What do Mel Brooks...
Five Valley Kennel Club Missoula Dog Show draws a large gathering
The 66th annual Five Valley Kennel Club Missoula Dog Show has returned to the Missoula County Fairgrounds.
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