Montana News

Laurel Has New Mayor…Finally
Here’s some political news you just don’t hear everyday– and this time, it doesn’t involve a journalist getting beat up.
The city of Laurel, according to its charter, now has a mayor after neither the mayor-elect, nor the man selected by the counc…
Field of Democrats for Congress Narrows
Q2 reports the crowded field of candidates for the Democratic Congressional nomination– and a chance to Challenge Republican Greg Gianforte for the U.S. House in 2018– got a little smaller Tuesday.
State Rep Tom Woods from Bozeman announced on Tuesday morning he’s bowing o…
Two Snowboarding Deaths Saturday
Two snowboarders are dead after two unrelated accidents on Saturday in Flathead County.
According to Sheriff Chuck Curry, the first incident occurred in Lakeside off of Blacktail road. The skier, 22-year-old Conner Heidegger from Rollins, was out of bounds and some distance from the ski resort. Q2 ..…
Accidents on I-90
Q2 reports that one man is dead following a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 90 near the Lockwood exit on Thursday night. Montana Highway Patrol said a Ford pickup truck was merging onto the interstate shortly after 5 p.m. when it spun into the path of a semi truck and trailer...
Accused Pimp Faces Additional Charges
Q2 reports that the 35-year-old man accused of operating a prostitution ring involving minors is now facing additional charges related to promoting prostitution in Billings and Missoula.
Terrance Edwards was arraigned Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Billings on a new 11-count indictment...
Blood Drips Through Ceiling of Downstairs Apartment
A grisly story out of Great Falls , where a person called 911 to report that blood was dripping into his downstairs apartment from the floor above him. Police rushed over to the 9-hundred block of 5th Avenue about 3 in the afternoon on Christmas Day...
Wildfire Cost Report
A new report by researchers at the University of Montana shows the loss of business revenues related to wildfires was likely even greater than most might have suspected. With more than a million acres burning — most in Western Montana following lightning storms in mid-July — the smoke, f…
Pryor Classes Cancelled
Classes at Pryor schools have been canceled for today because of the snow, according to Superintendent Linda Pease. The cancellation notice includes Plenty Coups High School and Arrow Creek Elementary School. Classes will resume on January 3rd following the scheduled holiday break...

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