UM’s Barkey Talks Possible Rail Strike on KGVO’s Talk Back Show
Barkey said aside from the possible national repercussions of a strike, the railroads, and the unions have the right to make a deal that benefits both parties.
Montana Attorney General Questions 'Woke' Investments
Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen told KGVO News that he has joined several other state attorneys general in questioning ESG investments in energy company investments.
Montana IRS Special Agent on Scams Aimed at Senior Citizens
Every year thousands of senior citizens, including many in Montana, become victims of what are called ‘boiler room’ scams.
Winter Storm to Bring Snow and Freezing Rain to Missoula
KGVO News spoke to Meteorologist Trent Smith who described the scope of the winter storm.
Giving Tuesday Helps Over 240 Staffed Nonprofits in Missoula
Giving Tuesday is a very special and important day for nonprofit organizations in Missoula and throughout the world to raise much-needed funds.
Forest Service Tells Holland Lake Lodge to Reset and Resubmit Bid
The U.S. Forest Service has dealt the new owners of the Holland Lake Lodge a major setback by deciding to ‘cease evaluation of the project at this time’.
Missoula Attorney Explains Long Delays in Resolving Court Cases
Chief Deputy Missoula County Attorney Matt Jennings provided an explanation for a listener concerned about how long it takes for cases to make it through the criminal justice system.
Fairgrounds Bond Defeat Response from Missoula 4-H President
KGVO News caught up with Clarence Wildeboer, President of the local Missoula County 4-H Board, and got his reaction after the Fairgrounds request was defeated.
MCPS Invites Public’s Help in Choosing a New Superintendent
After Dr. Rob Watson resigned to take another education position in Helena last June, Russ Lodge stepped in as interim superintendent, and now the public is invited to take part in choosing a permanent replacement.