Montana News

Flu Numbers
The Montana Department of Public Health & Human Services reports 723 new flu cases confirmed the last week of January. The total number of cases in the state is nearly 3,300, and 21 Montanans have died of influenza.
New UM Pres on Montana Talks Tuesay
This is probably the last person you would expect to be named as the new president of The University of Monana. He's not only a green beret with private sector experience, but he's also under the age of 40.
Monday School Closings
Several area school closings for today due to weather conditions, including; St. Labre School in Ashland, where school officials said all school activities have been canceled and there will be no buses. Pretty Eagle School at St. Xavier and St...
Crash Victim Identified
The man who died following a fatal rollover crash northwest of Circle on Monday has been identified as 22-year-old Elliot Waller, according to McCone County Sheriff Dave Harris. Waller was a resident of Circle. The crash reportedly occurred some time between 3 and 7 a...
Inappropriate Relations
Three recent investigations at three different Montana schools have revealed suspected inappropriate teacher-student relationships. The Montana Board of Public Education can discipline a teacher for reasons ranging from incompetence to gross neglect– or conviction of certain crimes and immoral…
Guns in MT Schools
As of Thursday, Hardin art teacher Nora Block is facing multiple felony charges after a handgun was found in her classroom over the weekend. According to a spokesman for the Big Horn County Sheriff’s Office, Block knowingly possessed a firearm on school property and deliberately hid …
Montana Big Game Food
It's no secret. The Big Game is this Sunday and with it come not only football but the best in commercials and of course the best in snacks.
Naturally the snacks differ from state to state and from house to house. We all have our favorites...
MT Leaders React to SOTU
Q2 reports that Montana’s top elected officials reacted to President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address, predictably falling mostly along party lines.
Republican Sen. Steve Daines said “…we heard the President speak of a nation that is strong…

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