Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, September 19
Senator Steve Daines addressed the issue of prescription drug prices for seniors in a tele-town meeting.
United Food Friday Will Package 100,000 Meals in the UC Ballroom
The University of Montana and the Missoula County United Way will team up for the second year for the annual University United Food Friday at the University Center Ballroom
Montana Secretary of State Announces Remote Online Notarization
You’ve got all your business paperwork ready, now, where’s the nearest Notary Public?
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, September 18
Hellgate Elementary School's firearms safety assemblies for first through third graders were judged a complete success by Superintendent Doug Reisig.
Hellgate Elementary Gun Safety Assemblies ‘a Wonderful Day’
Hellgate Elementary School Superintendent Doug Reisig took some heat when it was announced that there would be firearms safety assemblies for his first, second and third graders, but he said the effort was a complete success.
Miss Montana Delivers Food to Flood Ravaged Bahamas
The Miss Montana C-47 aircraft is at its very heart a cargo plane, and the cargo being delivered by the crew for the next few weeks will be life itself, with pallets of prepackaged meals to flood ravaged families in the Bahamas.
$130 Million Project Breaks Ground at St. Patrick Hospital
On Tuesday morning, in what was once the parking lot of the Safeway building on West Broadway, officials and dignitaries gathered to help Providence St. Patrick Hospital break ground for a new multi-million dollar healthcare facility right across the street from the Broadway building.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, September 17
Missoula police responded to a report of shots fired on Arcadia Street early Mornday morning. No arrests have yet been made.
Celebrated Scholar and Author Rob Natelson on Constitution Day
Tuesday, September 17 will be Constitution Day, celebrating the ratification of our U.S. Constitution in 1787, when delegates to the Constitutional Convention met for the final time to sign the historic document they had created.
City of Missoula Announces City Council Candidate Forums
The City of Missoula’s Office of Neighborhoods will be hosting city council candidate forums on four nights in the month of September.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, September 16
Senator Steve Daines addressed the GOP Lincoln-Reagan fundraiser on Saturday night and donated a Trump campaign plastic straw to the annual auction, mocking the CNN Climate Change Summit.
Senator Daines Addresses GOP Lincoln-Reagan Dinner in Missoula
In what Republican officials called the best ever attended Lincoln-Reagan dinner at the Hilton Hotel Conference Center in Missoula, Montana Senator Steve Daines was the first to address the crowd.
Church Donates Supplies for Bahamas Relief on Miss Montana
A local church group heard of the Miss Montana mission to provide disaster relief for victims of Hurricane Dorian that decimated the Bahamas, and generously gathered funds and supplies for the trip.
Oregon Man Drowns In Flathead Lake While Working on his Boat
Lake County Sheriff Don Bell reported on Saturday that an Oregon man drowned in Flathead Lake on Thursday, September 12, just after 3:00 p.m.
Missoula Police Officers Involved in Fatal Shooting Identified
On Friday afternoon, KGVO News received a press release from Sgt.Travis Welsh, Public Information Officer with the Missoula Police Department regarding the two officers who have been placed on administrative leave following a fatal shooting that occurred on September 2.
Child Firearms Safety Instructor on KGVO Radio Program
Lynette Sims, who will be facilitating an assembly at Hellgate Elementary School on Tuesday, September 17, appeared on KGVO Radio’s Hunters Breakfast Program with Mark Ward.
2019 ACT Scores Show Montana High School Juniors Have Work to Do
The Montana Office of Public Instruction has released the 2019 ACT scores from all the state high schools, and they show that Montana high school students have a lot of work to do to obtain scores that will qualify for entrance into state colleges and universities.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, September 13
The Miss Montana aircraft will be flying to Florida on Saturday to take part in Hurricane Dorian disaster relief in the Bahamas.
Hellgate Elementary to Host Gun Safety Assembly for Grades 1-3
Hellgate Elementary School Superintendent Doug Reisig said on Thursday that a special assembly on firearms safety will be presented to his first through third graders on September 17.
The Miss Montana is Flying to the Bahamas for Disaster Relief
After Hurricane Dorian practically destroyed many of the islands in the Bahamas, Bryan Douglass and the crew of the Miss Montana knew immediately what they had to do.