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The three Hi-Line United soccer teams are already several games into their 2014 seasons, but there is still plenty of soccer action coming up for the local talent. Once again, the United have put together three teams, including the U19 co-ed team,... Full story
After a week off, the Montana State University-Northern rodeo teams continued their season this past weekend. The Lights and Skylights were in Glendive for the Dawson Community College Rodeo, and the...
In 2013, 80 tons of material that otherwise would have headed toward the landfill was recycled by people using Recycle Hi-Line's oprograms. Recycle Hi-Line recycle drives have become a huge success,...
HELENA (AP) — The commissioner of political practices has found that one of his predecessors violated Montana campaign practices laws. But Commissioner Jonathan Motl says there is no way to enforce Thursday's decision against David Gallik. Gallik... Full story
MISSOULA (AP) — The special prosecutor in Barry Beach's 1984 murder trial says the case has been exhaustively reviewed and the state Board of Pardons and Parole should reject Beach's recent clemency application. Beach was sentenced to 100 years in... Full story
HELENA (AP) — Federal officials say more than 36,000 people in Montana selected insurance plans under the nation's health-care overhaul law by the March 31 deadline. That exceeds health officials' original target of signing up 31,000 Montanans by... Full story
A Havre psychologist who practiced at Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation pleaded guilty today in federal court in Great Falls to charges of bribery and tax fraud at the reservation. James Howard Eastlick Jr. pleaded guilty to one charge in each of... Full story