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The Armory Gymnasium is old. That's actually a compliment because if the walls inside the Armory could talk, they'd tell you about all the historic things that have taken place inside the grand old... Full story
Today is the day dedicated to thousands of people up and down the Hi-Line who have served in the armed forces doing battle in times of war and working hard to preserve peace. Veterans Day services will be held in places ranging from Washington, D.C.... Full story
Too often in our debates over Montana’s public lands, we seem to forget just how incredibly lucky we are to have these lands at all. This is especially true of the 2.4 million acres of land managed by the Bureau of Land Management in the Hi-Line... Full story
HELENA (AP) — A western Montana man is proposing a constitutional amendment that would require the state Legislature to have an equal number of men and women. John Marshall of Hot Springs submitted his proposal to the secretary of state's office... Full story
HELENA (AP) — Investigators twisted the statements of a newlywed bride to make it appear as though she deliberately pushed her husband to his death in Glacier National Park, an attorney for the Montana woman claimed. FBI investigator Stacey... Full story
BILLINGS (AP) — The Yellowstone County treasurer, under fire for racist emails sent using his government email account, has offered to resign at the end of the year if the county will pay him the $90,000 he would have earned in 2014 if he...
BILLINGS — Yellowstone County commissioners have rejected an offer from the country treasurer to retire in exchange for a year's pay and instead asked him to resign for making racist comments in emails sent from his government computer. The commiss... Full story