Montana’s Deligation Weighs In On Address
Montana’s Senior U.S. Senator Max Baucus reiterated the need to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline project in response to President Obama’s State of The Union address last night.
New Non-Resident Pass For State Parks
Montana has over 50 state parks and if you’re a non-resident you now have the ability to visit each and every one of those areas with one fee.
Juneau Announces Her Re-Election Campaign
Democrat Denise Juneau announced her re-election campaign for Montana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction yesterday at the state capitol in Helena.
DEQ Asking For Public Comment On Silvertip Pipeline
Last July, The Silvertip Pipeline near Laurel spilled 63,000 gallons of crude oil into the Yellowstone River. What caused the 12-inch pipeline to rupture is still under investigation by the U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.
FWP Increases Hunting Numbers For Mountain Lion
Preliminary approval has been given by Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks to increase the number of Mountain Lion permits in the West Fork Bitterroot areas from 20 to 30.
Missoula Police Begin Internal Investigation Into Sexual Assaults
An internal review of 50 sexual assault cases are now under review according to Missoula Police Chief Mark Muir.
Extradition Procedures Begin For Suspects In Missing Teacher Case
Two men face aggravated kidnapping charges in the disappearance of Sidney High School teacher Sherry Arnold.
Tester Comments On Denial Of Pipeline Permit
U.S. Senator Jon Tester released yesterday the following statement in response to the President’s decision to deny a permit for construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, which Tester supports.
Western Montana School Closures and Road Conditions [UPDATE]
Mountain Line is running about 5 minutes behind on their main bus lines.
Baucus Says The Keystone XL Pipeline Fight Isn’t Over Yet
Senior U.S. Senator Max Baucus says the Keystone XL Pipeline fight isn’t over yet despite the rejection from the White House.