About midnight on the night of May 19, 1902, John Williams, a railroad brakeman, was about to board the Great Northern train for Anaconda at the Silver Bow station when two armed men attempted to rob him. In the struggle…
About 75 supporters of President Donald Trump took to the Montana Capitol grounds Saturday afternoon to oppose the 2020 presidential election results in conjunction with the Million MAGA March in Washington, D.C.
The board of directors for the Butte Central Catholic School System has authorized a transition to a remote learning model effective immediately for the system’s pre-kindergarten through eighth grades, due to various issues associated with the COVID-19 virus.
Growing up in Michigan one of the most fascinating stories I remember learning was that of the Edmund Fitzgerald—a massive ship that mysteriously sank in Lake Superior during a brutal storm the night of Nov. 10, 1975.
While the Interior Department missed its deadline for listing new Land and Water Conservation Fund spending by a week and then provided little detail, the Senate Appropriations Committee has offered its own version including $39.3 million slated for Montana projects.
Officials at the Montana State Hospital in Warm Springs are facing their largest single COVID-19 outbreak to date, with 24 active cases among patients in one wing and two more who recently died. Six hospital staff members also are positive.
Butte’s Copper Ridge Health and Rehab nursing facility, 3251 Nettie St., is the site of a COVID-19 outbreak with 30 residents and 13 staff members testing positive for the virus. Three facility residents have died due to COVID-related causes.