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Whitefish Mountain installs new lift

New lift towers flown in atop Whitefish Mountain

Blades were spinning and cargo was dangling as a helicopter lifted towers atop Flower Point at Whitefish Mountain on Monday.

Archery season keeps Hamilton butcher busy

Archery season keeps Hamilton butcher busy

Bow and arrow season bodes well for North American Foods.

Girl reports kidnapping attempt, dog startles suspect

Girl reports kidnapping attempt, dog startles suspect

Missoula sheriff's deputies say a girl reported a man attempted to kidnap her on Saturday at Two Rivers Trailer Court on Lolo.

Professor weighs in on sculpture on north 19th Avenue

Professor defends sculpture on N. 19th Ave

Some residents are complaining to the city of Bozeman that a statue on North 19th Avenue is offensive. On Monday, the professor of the students responsible for…

Old landfill recommendation presented to City Commission

Landfill recommendation presented to Bozeman City Commission

Bozeman Public Works presented a corrective measures assessment to the City Commission Monday night. The report included several options for how to mitigate…

Montana officials investigate wolf-kill brag

Montana, Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials say they are investigating a Missoula man's anti-wolf claim that he purposefully ran down a pair of wolves along…

Missoula man accidentally shoots himself in leg

Police were called to the Lucky Strike Casino in Missoula for a reported shooting Monday evening. A 22-year-old Missoula man accidentally shot himself in the…

Students and staff to find parking at the University

Redistricting could mean fewer parking spots for UM students, staff

Missoula’s City Council has delayed a decision on whether to expand the residential parking district around the University of Montana, sending it back to…

Butte-Silver Bow to build third water treatment plant

Butte to build third water treatment plant

Butte city officials have announced a plan to make sure the Mining City's water is 100 percent filtered for the first time in city history.


Miller Creek fire burns more than 150 acres

A helicopter crew now puts the size of the Lost Mine Loop Fire at approximately 150 acres.

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