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3.8 magnitude earthquake shakes Southwest Montana
MANHATTAN, Mont. - The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) recorded an earthquake in Southwest Montana overnight. According to USGS a 3.8 magnitude quake occurred at 11:44 PM about 3.7 miles north of Manhattan.
More Snow Forecast For Western And Central Montana This Weekend
Winter refuses to loosen its grip on western Montana. The National Weather Service in Missoula reports a series of snowy weather systems will shift into the region this weekend.
Daines Hosts Town Hall in Glasgow
Senator Steve Daines hosted a town hall at the Glasgow VFW Post 3107 l Feb. 15 to meet with and take questions from constituents. The stop was one of many on a total tour of the Big Sky State that included a stop in all 56 counties.
Officers' appeal brings police pay lawsuit before Montana Supreme Court — again
A group of Billings police officers is appealing a district court ruling dismissing their claims that the city for years underpaid them in retirement pay and other benefits. Ernie Watters, the lead plaintiff in a class action suit against the city of Billings, has filed a notice of appeal with the M
Earthquake rattles southwest Montana
A 3.8 magnitude earthquake was recorded north of Manhattan late Thursday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The quake happened at about 11:44 p.m. Its center was about 4 miles north of Manhattan.
McKean to Serve on Gov's Get Outdoors Advisory
Glasgow resident Andrew McKean loves the outdoors and has worn many hats within the outdoor industry. He has been a hunter, an independent journalist writing about the outdoors and even as former editor-in-chief of Outdoor Life magazine. It's only fitting he was one of 16 people throughout the state
Montana man charged with abuse of a child expected to change plea
A Montana man charged federally in connection to the abuse of a child is expected to change his plea. Thirty-year-old Tyson Eagleman is accused of raping a teenage girl in North Dakota in May of 2017.
Calendar of Upcoming Events in the Area
WEDNESDAY – FEB. 20 THROUGH SATURDAY – FEB. 23. Eastern C Girls and Boys Basketball Tournament at GHS. 10 a.m. - Books and Babies Story Time at Glasgow City-County Library.
APNewsBreak: Report says Montana lawmaker harassed colleague
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — An outside investigation found that a Montana legislator sent a female lawmaker harassing text messages in 2017, leading the Democrat to resign his committee chairmanship before it could be stripped from him, a former House speaker said Friday.
MTP’s Chuck Todd: Don’t Sell Montana to Canada!
"We have too much debt, and Montana is useless." That's what a Change.org petition calling for the sale of Montana to Canada for $1 trilllion says. Meet The Press host Chuck Todd says we should NOT sell Montana to Canada. His reasoning? Well, of course- the Big Sky, and the Great Plains...but don't
19U Ice Dawgs Recognize Seniors
The 19U Ice Dawgs hosted the Bismarck Capitals in one game at the Valley Event Center on Feb. 17. The Lady Ice Dawgs were unable to out-score their opponent and lost by two goals, 3-1.
Should Military Pensions be Tax Free in Montana?
Rep. John Fuller (R-Kalispell) is a former school teacher in Montana's Flathead Valley. He's also one of our great Vietnam Veterans. Fuller is carrying a bill, which is backed by veterans groups here in Montana, which would exempt military pensions from state taxes. Montana is one of a handful of st
Record February Snow in Montana
When you think of Montana during the wintertime, you probably picture snow….and lots of it! While the mountainous regions of Big Sky Country accumulate feet upon feet of snow, the plains area of eastern Montana often averages significantly less snow per winter. In fact, much of eastern Montana is cl
Jennifer Garner Praises Montana Coffee Shop on Instagram
Actress Jennifer Garner (of Dude, Where's My Car? fame, and probably some other stuff too) gave a shout-out to a Bozeman coffee shop after she got stuck in the airport when her flight was delayed. Here's what she wrote:
Montana legislature takes up revisions to medical marijuana law
MISSOULA, Mont. -- The Montana Legislature is taking up a bill to change medical marijuana laws. Senate Bill 265 would increase the tax on gross medical marijuana sales to 4%. The revisions would also set new requirements on identification cards, licenses, testing and inspections.
Ice jams keep Montana rivers near flood stage
MISSOULA, Mont. — Rivers and streams across Montana see hundreds of ice jams per year that block water from flowing and potentially cause major flooding. Ice jams have kept the Jefferson River near flood stage for several days, but a flood advisory was finally lifted for the area on Friday.
Montana deputy rescues young bald eagle, names the bird Walt
When Deputy Jay Groskreutz spotted an eagle on the side of the road while patrolling Wednesday, he told Deputy Steven Horn to turn around. Something seemed off about the bird. The Cascade County deputies turned around to help the distressed bird. About an hour later the immature bald eagle was on it
New movie looks back to Montana's 1980s new wave/punk scenes
Local bands nowadays don't lack for documentation, from high-quality home recordings posted online to live videos shot on phones, or by dedicated show photographers. Not so during the 1980s, especially the early 1980s. Underground new-wave and punk bands might not get their foot in the door for a pr
Bill Would Extend Montana's Anti-Discrimination Policy To LGBT People
A proposal to add gender identity or expression and sexual orientation to Montana’s Human Rights Act is again up for debate in the state Legislature. House Bill 465 would extend the statewide anti-discrimination policy to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people. A similar proposal was voted d
Cases of Measles on the Rise, Mumps Confirmed in Montana
Even with modern medicine and vaccination schedules, the measles are making the rounds throughout the United States. According to the Center for Disease Control, from Jan. 1 through Feb. 14 of this year, 127 individual cases of measles have been confirmed in 10 states, with the closest being Washing