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Nevada Man Arrested By Police For The Murder Of His Girlfriend In Billings, Montana

Police in Montana on Thursday announced the arrest of a man in connection with the seven-month disappearance of his girlfriend. Gregory Scott Green, 53, was arrested in Henderson, Nevada, and charged with deliberate homicide, according to a press release by the Billings Police Department. The missin


Glendive Medical Center hires new obstetrician gynecologist

GLENDIVE — Dr. Elizabeth Brown will be joining the medical staff at Glendive Medical Center and Gabert Clinic in July. She will provide comprehensive Women's Health Care Services in this region.


Freshman hoopster Naomi Casteleijn moves on from Dawson Community College

GLENDIVE – Dawson Community College freshman center Naomi Casteleijn has signed a letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Concordia University in Edmonton, Canada.


Perkins grabs gold in Glendive race

Mott-Regent senior Cody Perkins grabbed the only gold Saturday when he won the 110 meter hurdles and also placed second in the triple jump. The Mott-Regent-New England boys track team placed eighth in Saturday’s Wibaux Invitational track meet Saturday at the Oakland Athletic Complex in Glendive. The


New Montana VA director named

Veteran's health care in Montana has a new leader. Judy Hayman is the new director of the VA Montana Healthcare System. She is expected to arrive in Montana within the next two months to assume her duties and leadership of more than 1,200 staff members at 17 different health care facilities.


Hi-Line Living - Watching the border in northern Montana

The presence of the U.S. Border Patrol in north-central Montana has changed since the Spokane District established a sub-office in Havre July 31, 1924, and since it became the Havre Sector Headquarters in 1933, but its role is the same - protecting the U.S. border.


MDT will kick off two major projects in Glendive next week

Next week will see the commencement of two major and long-anticipated street construction projects in the heart of Glendive, as work to rebuild North Meade Avenue and to reconfigure East Towne Street from a four-lane to a three-lane street will begin in earnest on April 15.


Bill signed criminalizing sex between students, staff at teen treatment programs in Montana

Gov. Steve Bullock added a layer of protection for students in alternative residential treatment programs on Thursday when he signed a bill criminalizing sexual relationships between students and staff, regardless of the student’s age.


University of Montana makes headway on budget shortfall

The University of Montana has shrunk a $10 million shortfall, and with prudent spending, the flagship may not need to dip as deeply into reserves as planned this fiscal year. Paul Lasiter, vice president of operations and finance, said he projects UM will close out the 2019 fiscal year in better sha


LOOK: Someone in Montana Has a Baby T-Rex on Ebay

If you've ever wanted to have a baby T-Rex, this is your chance. There is someone in Montana that has one available on Ebay. This is a real thing and I've even seen it trending on Drudge. If you go to Ebay, this is what you'll see.


PBR photographer Andy Watson balances life away from Montana home

BILLINGS — Like many bull riding events, the Professional Bull Riders Billings Invitational features a “shark cage” — a covered area in the center of the arena where photographers and camera people can shoot the rides behind bull-proof bars.


From red to green: Richy Powell's stop at Billings Central turned out to be a good fit

BILLINGS — Richy Powell would like nothing more than to quietly leave town and start his new life in Three Forks with little fanfare. Chances are that isn’t going to happen. A 36-year career in teaching, coaching and administration allows one to cross paths with countless people, many of whom eventu


Shelby Martin earns conference Player of the Week honors

GLENDIVE – Freshman pitcher Shelby Martin has earned conference Player of the Week honors for Dawson Community College. The former Helena Capital standout was 3-0 in 16 innings of work. Martin struck out 16 and closed with an ERA of 2.18.


Runnings awarded Big Sky Economic Development Trust Fund Grant

On January 22, 2019 the City of Baker, Running Supply Inc. (Running’s) and Eastern Plains Economic Development Corporation (EPEDC) received notification from the Montana Department of Commerce Office of Tourism and Business Development that Running’s would be receiving $48,000 in grant funds for the


Nelson Livestock Company “Bulls Built For The Big Country” Annual Bull Sale

Several things are almost certain to be found on a spring day in Eastern Montana, sunshine, blue skies, and a strong breeze. All were on order for the Annual Nelson Livestock Co. Bull Sale 4/8/19, held at the ranch near Wibaux, MT. The Nelson Family offered a set of "bulls built for the big country"


Track meet number two for the Baker Spartan crew

This last Saturday, April 6, the Baker Spartan track team traveled to Glendive for the Wibaux Invitational Meet. The day started out brisk, but was soon sunny and bright by the end of the meet. Starting at 11 a.m., the meet began with the 3200 races. For the Spartans, Caleb Ploeger kept his pace pla


Lady Scotties Redeem Loss vs. Glendive with Come-From-Behind Win vs. Sidney

The Scottie softballers had their second home game of the season on April 2 when they hosted the Sidney Lady Eagles at Jeff Jurgens Field. While Glasgow enjoyed an early lead, thanks to a three-run homer by Laura Ross in the bottom of the second inning, the Lady Eagles answered with 10 runs in the t


Scottie Boys Impress with Three Consecutive Track & Field Wins

The Scottie track team is off and running, literally. Following a successful home meet, the boys and girls were on the road to Havre for the Cal Wearley Invitational on April 3 and again to Glendive on April 6 for the Wibaux Invitational.


Dawson CC scores 55 runs in 4-game sweep of Williston State

GLENDIVE – The Dawson Community College Buccaneers offense stayed white hot over the weekend, scoring 55 runs in a four-game sweep of Williston State College. Shelby Martin was an RBI machine on Saturday, driving in six on three hits to lead Dawson Community College past Williston State College 24-3


Dawson CC catcher named Mon-Dak Player of the Week

GLENDIVE – Ashlyn Tingey, a freshman catcher from Dawson Community College, was voted this week’s Player of the Week in the Mon-Dak Conference. Playing in 7 games of an 8-0 week for the Lady Buccaneers, she had a batting average of .476 (10/21) and was walked 2 times. Her line included 11 RBI’s, 3 d