Sentinel to Host Parents Meeting Thursday at 6:00 p.m.
Sentinel High School Principal Dr. Ted Fuller announced late Tuesday that a special parents meeting will be held on Thursday at 6:00 p.m.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, January 16
DPHHS says food stamp recipients will continue to receive benefits until the funding runs out due to the partial government shutdown.
Museum Contest Also Celebrates Renowned Photographer
Ernst Peterson's photos captured the 1950s in Montana.
Salvation Army and Poverello Center Keeping People Warm and Fed
With temperatures hovering in the single digits due to the recent inversion in the Missoula valley, more people are searching for a warm place to spend the night.
Montana Will Issue SNAP Food Benefits Early Due To Shutdown
DPHHS officials announced that February food benefits are being provided early to thousands of SNAP recipients.
Pretrial Supervision – An Alternative to Incarceration
When a suspect first appears in Missoula Justice Court they are charged by the County Attorney’s office which also suggests an appropriate bail dependent on the seriousness of the crime and the danger to society the defendant might pose if released.
Missoula TSA Agents Continue To Work Without Paychecks
TSA agents have been calling out sick and working without pay across the country.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, January 15
The lock down at Missoula's Sentinel High School ended just after noon on Monday, and the investigation into how that loaded pistol magazine appeared in the school continues.
Woman Hits Rival in the Face with a Shovel – Bail Set at $20,000
30 year-old Rashan Bramble was charged in Missoula Justice Court on Monday for felony assault with a weapon after allegedly striking a romantic rival several times with a shovel.
Physician Lawmaker Introduces Bill to End Predatory Drug Prices
Prescription drug prices have been skyrocketing recently, including basic medications like insulin, and a Montana legislator is introducing a bill to do something about it.
Man Arrested on Saturday after Robbing Woman at Gunpoint
35 year-old Charles Hill is in the Missoula County Jail after allegedly robbing a woman at gunpoint on Saturday.
Missoula Receives Over $25,000 From The Tourism Grant Program
26 Montana towns will receive grants to help them attract visitors to their communities.
Missoula Has The Most Reported Flu Cases In Montana This Season
The number of flu cases in Montana has spiked over the past couple of weeks.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, January 14
Democrat Party leader Monica Lindeen slams both Republicans Corey Stapleton and Scott Sales.
Missoula Crime Report-Strangulation, Drugs, Stalking and Violence
The Missoula County Attorney’s Office filed nine new complaints this week.
Head of State Democratic Party Takes Stapleton – Sales to Task
The Executive Director of the Montana Democratic Party, Monica Lindeen, has issues with two prominent Republicans in state government.
OPI Celebrates Record High School Graduation Rates for 2018
The Montana Office of Public Instruction is celebrating record high graduation rates for high schools students in the state.
Two Die from Natural Causes as Car Crashes into Polson Store
Earlier this week, two people died from natural causes who were in a vehicle that crashed into the back of a store in Polson.
Police Nab Man For DUI, His 10-Year-Old Daughter Was In The Car
At around 6:40 Thursday night, Missoula Police received a call from an employee of a home improvement store in the 2700 block of Radio Way.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, January 11
Montana State Senate President Scott Sales has proposed that Montana send $8 million to help fund the border wall and end the government shutdown.
10 States with Highest Percentage of Hybrid or Electric Vehicles
Alternative fuel vehicles were once considered a toy for the rich, but today they’ve become more commonplace.
Human Trafficking Conference at UM Draws Large Attendance
Both law enforcement professionals and the general public benefited from a special conference on human trafficking that took place on Wednesday in the University of Montana Center.
Senate President Proposes Montana Pay $8 Million for Border Wall
President of the Montana Senate, Scott Sales has proposed that the state send $8 million to help fund the border wall and help end the government shutdown.
Defense Motions for Man Charged with Deserting Baby in Woods
Attorneys for 32 year-old Francis Crowley have asked for certain evidence to be excluded in his case.
Gas Prices In Montana Are 40 Cents Cheaper Than A Month Ago
Gas prices continue to drop in Montana, but that may not be the case for much longer.