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Manhattan basketball player apologizes after undercut caught on video
BELGRADE - A player is apologizing after a viral video of what looks like a shocking foul at a high school boys basketball game. One boys' mother, who often records her son's tip-offs, captured the moment at the Manhattan v. Jefferson game in a 5-b district tournament. [The video is posted at the bo
More than 7,000 sign petition to sell Montana to Canada for $1 trillion to pay down national debt
More than 7,000 people have signed a petition to “sell” Montana to Canada for $1 trillion and use the proceeds to pay down the U.A. national debt – and it seems our northern neighbors would gladly welcome this bite out of the 49th Parallel.
Montana man charged with raping 8-year-old can't be tried, U.S. Supreme Court rules
Montana’s attempt to carve a legal path forward and prosecute the man linked by DNA to a decades-old home invasion and child rape has been denied. The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday denied a petition for a writ of certiorari by Montana Attorney General Tim Fox that sought a ruling allowing prosecutor
El Camino Bar Set to Open in Downtown Bozeman Soon
El Camino Bar is set to open in the old Toro location very soon and will be offering a different kind of atmosphere from other bars in the downtown area. According to their website, El Camino Bar is set to open Winter 2019, (probably in the next few weeks) and will offer burgers and homemade corn do
Demoted Montana FWP enforcement chief petitions court for review
The one-time law enforcement chief for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has again filed a petition in Lewis and Clark County District Court to give him another chance at a proper review of the tactics used to demote him in 2017.
Gallatin County to consider settlement in Bear Canyon Road lawsuit
Gallatin County commissioners on Tuesday will consider settling a lawsuit with the state’s Department of Natural Resources and Conservation over a road southeast of Bozeman that was demolished by the U.S. Forest Service in 2007.
Montana Brewery Purchases Williston Building For New Brew Pub
Williston, ND - There's something new coming to Williston. And it will be moving into a building that's quite old. Jim Olson tells us about the Busted Knuckle Brewery. Five years ago, Ben Boreson operated a repair shop in Glasgow, Montana and made some home brewed beer as a hobby.
Two women form unlikely bond after meeting through nonprofit
Each Thursday, a lifelong piano teacher and a chemical engineering student end the afternoon with a cup of tea. Lucille Teselle sits tall on the bed that doubles as her room’s main entertainment space. There are photos of the family she helped build on the walls of the Belgrade care facility and, th
Bozeman Man Survives Avalanche, Partial Burial
On Saturday, February 16, Bozeman resident, Wylie Picotte was caught in an avalanche during a backcountry ski trip on Wyoming's Teton Pass. Picotte was skiing with a group of people when he apparently triggered an avalanche near Wolf Trap.
MSU Golf Team Honors Fallen Warrior
The Montana State University golf team is honoring a US Marine who gave his life in service to our country. Pictured below is MSU golfer Coral Shulz, of Whitefish, who had the honor of recognizing Lance Cpl. Nicholas Bloem.
Belgrade boys see divisionals as important experience for program
Belgrade head coach Mike Deming can’t quite describe to his young players what a postseason tournament is like — they just have to see for themselves. Most of Belgrade’s roster will have their first taste of postseason play when they take on Dawson County in the Eastern A Divisional at 1:30 p.m. Wed
Montana State Bobcats preaching defense against Montana
BOZEMAN — In their last meeting, the Montana State women’s basketball team beat the Griz 74-52 in Worthington Arena. After a hot start by the maroon and white, the Bobcats adjusted and one thing that went right was their skilled defense, something the Griz will definitely be looking out for.
Bozeman logging battle heads to court Tuesday
A face-off over proposed logging southeast of Bozeman heads to court on Tuesday. Attorneys for Save Our Gallatin Front will ask Gallatin County District Judge Rienne McElyea to grant a preliminary injunction blocking the auction of the Limestone West Timber Sale, a 443-acre project slated for state
Montana State receives $1 million anonymous gift in honor of retired coach Dale Kennedy
BOZEMAN — Montana State University and Bobcat Athletics announced on Saturday a $1 million anonymous gift in support of the school's track and field program in honor of retired head coach Dale Kennedy.
Montana DOT Proposes Two Substantial Upgrades For Town Along Highway 89
Last week, the Montana Department of Transportation announced two proposed projects for the Fairfield area. Both undertakings are focused on heavily-travelled Highway 89, also known as Park Way.
Senator Jon Tester to answer questions on NBC Montana Today
MISSOULA, Mont. -- Senator Jon Tester is set to visit NBC Montana Today Thursday morning. Please respond to the is article with questions you would like the Senator to address.
Butte’s shooting downs Bozeman girls
Possession after possession, Butte’s players caught passes on the perimeter with space to shoot. To start Tuesday’s contest at South Gym, they could hardly miss. The Bulldogs capitalized on Bozeman’s zone defense and unloaded from deep. They opened the game with back-to-back 3-pointers, and the barr
Bill would fund school for some Montana students with special needs until they're 21
After stalling in committee last legislative session, a bill that would expand the age range for funding for a narrow group of students with disabilities advanced Monday out of the Montana House Education Committee.
BSF skiers perform in Minneapolis, Missoula
Bridger Ski Foundation competitors took part in races in Minneapolis and Missoula this past weekend. The BSF Nordic team earned several top places at the Minneapolis Super Tour while the BSF Alpine racers won the team award in Missoula.
Legislation eliminates predator derbies, using vehicle to kill predators
Predator derbies and using vehicles to kill predators would be outlawed under a pair of bills heard Tuesday. Sen. Mike Phillips, D-Bozeman, brought Senate Bills 186 and 187 to the Senate Fish and Game Committee. While the bills deal with predatory animals in the state, which include coyotes and skun