Small Fires in Libby and Eureka Possibly Intentional and Under Investigation
Lincoln County authorities have been kept busy the past few months investigating a number of mysterious fires.
New Equipment Arrives To Sheriff’s Office
Last Friday, August 7, the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office received their first order of bulletproof vests.
Princeton Review Names UM Among Best of 380 Colleges
The University of Montana made the annual list of top four-year colleges and universities by the Princeton Review.
County Attorney Says Mike Dominick’s Settlement is a “Win-Win”
Thursday, August 6, Missoula County Sheriff T. J. McDermott and Missoula County resolved the complaint Mike Dominick filed with the Montana Human Rights Bureau against Sheriff McDermott and Missoula County.
UM Program Wins Grant For Geriatric Health Care Education
July 13th at the Whitehouse Conference on Aging, the Montana Geriatric Education Center at the University of Montana was awarded a grant of $163,000 which can be renewed for an additional two years to total $2.1M.
Grizzly Bear Attacks Up From 2014
On Monday, August 3, Montana Fish and Wildlife relocated a female grizzly bear for killing a domestic sheep just east of Avon.
A Big Increase In Montanans Buying Health Insurance This Year
The uninsured population in Montana has decreased since May 2015.
UM Family Medicine Residency Recieves A $1.7M Grant For Training
The University of Montana’s Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana was awarded a $1.7 million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Senator Steve Daines says Privacy and Security Both Matter in Cyber Reforms
Montana Senator Steve Daines emphasized the importance of enhancing cyber security in the United States today in a speech on the Senate floor.
ATM Robbery Caught on Surveillance Tape, Detectives Still Searching For Suspects
Detectives from the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office are searching for two suspects who broke in and stole an ATM from Marvin’s Bar early Sunday morning.