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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
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.
What’s Going On in Libby?
3:49 a.m. An old man called and claimed he was weak. 8:37 a.m. A Libby resident called 911 because a whole bunch of animals were locked in a camper. 9:39 a.m. A Libby resident called to report an injured deer along Spruce Street. By the time first responders arrived, the deer had passed.
Support Montana Hunting and Fishing and Dive Into a Pig Roast
The Montana Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife would like to invite you to their 10th annual fundraiser in Missoula. Their mission is to preserve, protect and enhance Montana's hunting, fishing and trapping rights while protecting Montana's rural heritage. They are heavily involved in youth education p
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.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, April 19
Senator Steve Daines hosted a round table discussion in Missoula on Thursday about the meth crisis in Montana with numerous law enforcement agencies. Several law enforcement agencies were involved in a high speed chase late Wednesday that resulted in the arrest of a man and woman wanted for numerous
Northeastern Montana receives first Red Flag warning of the year
GLASGOW - The National Weather Service issued a Red Flag Warning Friday for Northeastern Montana, meaning there is potential for wildfires in the area. According to NWS, the warning is meant for the Glasgow area due to low humidity and hot temperatures, with winds reaching a speed of up to 40 mph. O
Hemp legislation killed in final days of session
Idaho remains on the short list of states that still outlaw hemp, following the conclusion of this year’s legislative session. Hemp cultivation for commercial, research or pilot programs is legal in all but nine states.
School ballots in mail this week
Voters in the Noxon and Hot Springs school districts will receive ballots in the mail later this week. Ballots were mailed Wednesday, according to the Sanders County Elections Office. In Hot Springs, three candidates have filed for the open three-year position: Michael Mueller, Crystal Graham and Ju
1 killed in crash near Noxon
One person was killed in a single-vehicle crash east of Noxon on Sunday. According to the Montana Highway Patrol (MHP), the crash occurred at 2:40 p.m. Sunday on wet roads. The vehicle was westbound on Highway 200 when it crossed the center line and the eastbound lane and exited the left side of the
Noxon students plan talent show
Looking for some fun, live entertainment? The Noxon School Student Council is once again hosting a talent show after taking a year off from the recurring event. “There will be many different acts, including skits done by the student council and other things done by students and staff within the scho
EPA Deletes Portion of Libby Superfund Site from National Priorities List
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday said it was deleting a portion of the asbestos-contaminated Superfund site in Libby after determining that all required cleanup activities at the former screening plant are complete.
Plains and Noxon track and field teams meet up in Eureka
Noxon and Plains track and field teams opened the season competing in the Eureka Invitational Saturday. With Levi Brubaker winning two events and placing in three others, the Noxon boys scored 53 points to finish fourth in team scoring, while the Lady Devils scored 40 points and finished fifth on th
Tribes Want Ecological Concerns Prioritized In Columbia River Treaty Negotiations
U.S. and Canadian officials are holding closed door meetings Wednesday and Thursday in British Columbia on the Columbia River Treaty. Tribes across the Northwest hope the outcomes include their demands for a healthy environment.