Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, May 29
State Senator Al Olszewski attended the first ever sunrise Memorial Day service in Missoula on Monday, and honored the fallen, including those who committed suicide.
Flooding in western Montana continues, but the National Weather Service says the worst of the high waters appear to be over, however there is flooding danger near Billings.
A representative from the EPA was in Missoula last Friday to take measurements on the Clark Fork near the old contaminated Smurfit mill site in Frenchtown.
Sunny and warm in western Montana today, with highs near 80.