Montana Has 4 Flu-Related Deaths This Season
The deaths involve four adults, three over the age of 65, health officials said.
Montana Facility To Begin Tests For Chronic Wasting Disease
The Montana Department of Livestock’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory purchased equipment to perform tests for the disease.
3 Inmates Escape From Jail In Southern Montana
Sheriff Mike Linder declined to give details about the escape but said the inmates caused some property damage.
Federal Officials OK Drilling in Beartooth Mountains
The sites are outside Nye along the Beartooth Front, where the company acquired 282 mining claims
Winter Storm, Avalanche Warnings For Southwestern Montana
Travel could be difficult as blowing snow decreases visibility in some areas. The roads could get icy if snow melts and re-freezes and night, the weather service said.
Infectious Disease Lab In Montana Studying Coronavirus
Emmie de Wit, the lab’s principal investigator on the new virus, said researchers have already started projects and more will get underway soon.
Former Lawmaker Challenges Qualifications of AG Candidate
Graybill’s campaign said he clearly meets the requirements and notes that Wanzenried has endorsed and held a campaign fundraiser for his opponent, Kimberly Dudik of Missoula.
Report Provides Details, Not Cause Of Montana Plane Crash
The pilot of the Cessna 182 airplane planned a recreational flight from Billings with intermediate stops in Hardin and Roundup, according to a family member interviewed by the agency.
Montana Man Gets 220 Years For Killing His Estranged Wife
He also must pay more than $25,000 in restitution and register as a violent offender.
Federal Agency Delists Former Superfund Site In Montana
The Idaho Pole Company operated the facility near Cedar Street until 1997 and contributed to soil and groundwater contamination, officials said. It was designated a Superfund site in 1986.