Former Tribal President Gets Prison for Fraud, Owes $25k
The defense also disputed the restitution amount, saying the reimbursement losses were just over $14,000.
Montana Shelter Caring for 39 Huskies Found Roaming Wild
Ravalli and Missoula county authorities helped trap the adult dogs and gather up the puppies, including one litter that was only a week old.
Montana Governor Seeks Federal Disaster Relief for Crops
Bullock’s original request in late October sought disaster designations for Daniels, Roosevelt, Sheridan and Valley counties.
Feds Agree to Review Grizzly Protections in Contiguous US
Federal wildlife officials said in 2011 that additional areas should be considered for grizzly bear recovery, but that work has never been completed.
Southwest Montana Hunting Season Sees Fewer Hunters
The Cameron check station, south of Ennis and the most trafficked in the area, saw 2,367 hunters this season — the lowest since 2013 when 2,212 passed through the station.
Montana Man Pays $1K in Fines for Starting Fire Near Helena
Authorities say Kiilsgaard is suspected of shooting an exploding target on an informal gun range on federal land.
Former Montana Elementary Teacher Faces Felony Drug Charge
School officials say Lehman resigned as a fourth and fifth grade teacher at Hawthorn Elementary School in November for personal reasons.
Hundreds of Yellowstone Bison to be Culled This Winter
Officials say the exact number of bison expected to be culled out of the estimated 4,900 depends on the winter migration.
Deer Knocks Down, Injures Montana Elementary Student
A student at a Montana elementary school was injured after being “knocked down forcefully” by a deer that had jumped the school’s fence.
Truck Hauling Snowmobiles Rescued on WY Hwy
Wyoming highway authorities have rescued a semi-truck driver and a passenger stuck on a snowy mountain road closed for the season.