Children, teens, parents and grandparents attended Sah Ko Mii Tah Pii, a camp where attendees learned about Blackfeet language, culture and conservation.
Sunny Day Real Bird has a story about her first day of grad school at the University of Oregon. She remembers seeing the sprawling campus and not having the least idea where her first class was.
The rules, on track to take effect later this year, would prohibit certain activities and allow others only with prior authorization from the BLM.
Each prison inmate in the program is responsible for shoeing and training four to six horses.
The Sugar Loaf Fire is burning in steep rocky terrain and is estimated to be four acres.
Montana VA Health Care System encourages veterans and their families to examine the potential benefits available to them through the new PACT Act.
Businesses in Virginia City are helping each other out in what they informally call "cross pollination," where they refer customers to each other and offer coupons to those interested.
The nation’s hospitals are facing unprecedented financial losses as labor shortages, wage pressures and inflation follow a global pandemic – and the same is true in Montana.
Rates would increase $273.12 a year for electricity sold to residential customers consuming 750 kilowatt hours per month and $90.84 for natural gas sold the residential customers consuming 65 therms per month.
The Montana Supreme Court on Friday struck down an attempt by Republicans in the Legislature to change the way the high court’s justices are elected.
A city official said a “handful” of people were forced to leave. For most, the only option is to live on the streets of Missoula.
Storms, combined with predicted temperatures nearing 100 degrees, make for dangerous fire conditions.
Some Republican legislators want to return part of an estimated $1 billion surplus to taxpayers, while others want to spend the money offsetting future spending obligations.
Fishing at the mouth of Rattlesnake Creek where it enters the Clark Fork River will close on Saturday to protect bull trout seeking respite from the August heat.
The federal government must reevaluate the environmental impacts of coal mining on federal lands before it can issue any new leases, a judge ruled Friday.
Protesters were aiming to bring awareness to rising global temperatures.
The free concert will take place at St. Ignatius Amphitheater on Sunday. Doors open at 4 p.m., and music starts at 5 p.m.
Temporary road access to the Beartooth Mountain community of Alpine next to East Rosebud Lake won't be restored by this fall, according to the Custer Gallatin National Forest.
The state health department says the administrative rule changes are being proposed because of new laws against religious and vaccination restrictions.
Sediment cores show that Yellowstone Lake has been a site of repeated hydrothermal explosions over the last 13,000 years.
Even a general list of material taken could provide insight into why a warrant was issued to search former president Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence, says Massachusetts law professor Lawrence Douglas.
The fliers piled up in mailboxes in South Dakota like a blizzard: "Transgender Sex Education in Schools?" one asked. "Vote Against Sex Ed Radical Mary Duvall for State Senate."
Amateur heats begin at 1 p.m. at the arena and are free to watch. Finals begin at 6 p.m. (gates open at 5 p.m.) and require a fairground arena ticket.
Nearly all of Montana's $14 million in Russia-linked assets have been sold off since the country invaded Ukraine earlier this year.
The event is free to anyone, with games organized by age and levels of experience.
Woman instead spent the money on lake property, vehicles, a pontoon boat and other items for herself.
Montana remains on track to switch over to a new statewide voter management system in January 2023, after an encouraging test of the system in the state's June primary.