The Montana Supreme Court has picked Sheila Stearns, the former state Commissioner of Higher Education, as the fifth member and chair of the commission that will redraw state legislative districts and possibly split Montana in half if the state gains a second congressional district after the 2020 U.S. Census.
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The Montana Supreme Court has upheld the oldest water right on Flatwillow Creek, dating back to 1882, according to an opinion filed on Tuesday.
Karen Townsend, the first woman to take the district court bench in Missoula County, announced on Wednesday plans to retire in August.
The Montana Supreme Court’s 2018 ruling in a conservation easement case that pitted Gov. Steve Bullock against Attorney General Tim Fox came down to the definition of the word “acquire.”
To Montana voters:
Missoula students got a look deep into their state’s Constitution on Friday when the Montana Supreme Court heard arguments over giving tax bre…
Attorneys in a decades-old child rape case revived by DNA evidence will present oral arguments before the Montana Supreme Court in April.
HELENA — The Montana Supreme Court says it doesn't need to hear from the sponsors of a proposed anti-transgender bathroom initiative to decide whether the measure can go on the ballot.
HELENA — The Montana Supreme Court has appointed former U.S. Attorney Michael Cotter as head of the office that investigates and prosecutes mi…