Anti-Trap Initiative Qualifies for Montana’s November Ballot
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — An initiative seeking to ban traps and snares on public lands has qualified for the November ballot.
Wood Products Group Says it Did Not Endorse Gianforte
An apparent misunderstanding is prompting Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte to walk back a claim that he has the endorsement of the Montana Wood Products Association.
The Latest: No Luck in Search for Killer Bear in Montana
Montana wildlife officials have been unable to locate the bear that killed a mountain biker earlier this week.
More Noise Reductions Sought for Jackson Hole Airport
Commercial jets landing at Jackson Hole Airport may be changing course to reduce noise over the Snake River.
Report: Ramp Caused Child’s Death at Canyon Ferry Reservoir
An improperly positioned ramp caused a dock stored at Canyon Ferry Lake boat launch to partially collapse in April, pinning a 3-year-old boy and causing fatal injuries.
Native Americans Turn Focus Inward for Political Empowerment
BROWNING, Mont. (AP) — Native Americans account for 8 percent of Montana's residents and growing, but they have yet to realize their political clout.
Mill Closures a ‘Punch In the Gut’ of Northwest Montana
Officials say the loss of approximately 200 jobs in northwestern Montana will be a punch in the gut of a community that was recovering from the 2009 closure of an aluminum plant.
State Attorneys Oppose Delay of Medical Pot Restrictions
State attorneys say a judge should only delay enforcement of new medical marijuana restrictions until the U.S. Supreme Court decides whether to take up the matter.
Man Who Says he Killed Bin Laden to Go to Trial for DUI
The former Navy SEAL who claims to have fired the shots that killed Osama bin Laden will go to trial in September on a drunken-driving charge.
Editor Resigns Amid Questions About Mayor’s Recall Petition
A northwestern Montana newspaper editor has resigned amid questions about his involvement with an effort to recall Libby's mayor.