Montana Man Pleads Not Guilty to New Homicide Charge
Johnathan Albert Bertsch, 28, now faces two counts of deliberate homicide in the deaths of Julie Blanchard and Shelley Hays and two counts of attempted deliberate homicide in the March shooting
Montana Woman Runs Draft Horse Sanctuary Near Livingston
The horse sanctuary sits on 22 acres west of Livingston, close to town.
Candidate Filing For The 2020 Election In Montana Has Begun
Candidate filing for positions such as county commissioner and justice of the peace also began Thursday at county election departments.
Medicaid Program Audit Holding Up Bonds For Infrastructure
The state will not recognize the “fictional liabilities associated with the Medicaid program,” said Raph Graybill, Gov. Steve Bullock’s chief of staff.
Montana Pays Record Amount for Livestock Killed by Predators
The number of confirmed livestock deaths is rising, and Edwards predicted the trend will continue.
Montana Man Charged With Attempted Homicide After Shooting
Butler remained jailed Tuesday. Court officials had no record of an attorney who could comment on his behalf.
Williams, Gianforte Lead Fundraising in Governor’s Race
Gianforte, the state’s lone U.S. House member, raised over $345,000 in the final three months of 2019, bringing his fundraising total to about $1.3 million.
Montana Tech Football Coach Takes Job at Fresno State
Incoming Fresno State coach Kalen DeBoer announced Saturday he had hired Morrell as a defensive assistant.
6.4 Quake Strikes Puerto Rico Amid Heavy Seismic Activity
Seismologists say it’s impossible to predict when the quakes will stop or whether they will get stronger.
Fire Destroys Post Office in Town Once Named Joe, Montana
The fire was reported at about 12:30 a.m. Friday by a resident investigating a power outage that apparently was caused by the fire, said volunteer fire chief John Edgell.