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Paying less for summer airfare unlikely for Montanans

Airfare prices from Memorial Day to Labor Day, so far, are less on average in 2015 than 2014, but not enough to make a difference.

Bitterroot Irrigation District prepares canal for season

Bitterroot Irrigation District prepares canal for season

Big Ditch water should be available for irrigation later in the week.

Glacier National Park embraces Find Your Park campaign

For Glacier National Park, and other parks across the country, a new national campaign couldn't have come at a better time.

Agencies review changes after criticism over sex assault case handling

We're tracking progress from three Missoula agencies that were criticized for the way they handled sexual assault cases.

Demolished historic home owner apologizes to commission, clarifies situation

Demolished historic home owner apologizes to commission, clarifies situation

The owner of a historic home that the city says was wrongly demolished addressed city commissioners Monday night.

Fairgrounds manager presents master plan

Fairgrounds manager presents master plan to city commission

At the Bozeman City Commission meeting, the new Gallatin County Fairgrounds manager showed off the new fairgrounds master plan.

Deputy Paige Pavalone

Former Missoula Co. Sheriff public information officer terminated

The former spokesperson for the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office has been terminated for allegedly lying about an ongoing internal investigation, and now her…

State Farm awards Ravalli Co DUI task force $7,500

State Farm awards Ravalli Co. DUI task force $7,500

The check should cover most, if not all, of an eighth grade education program scheduled in the Bitterroot next week.

Search for girl missing near Three Forks called off for night

Between 20 and 30 search and rescue volunteers worked Monday near Three Forks after an 8-year-old girl slipped into the water at Headwaters State Park.

Helena Montana State Capitol

Senate panel tables Motl confirmation

A Republican-controlled panel of Montana senators has shot down the Democratic governor's pick for the nation's only one-person state ethics commission.

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