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Butte city leaders remind residents of RV, trailer ordinance

Butte city ordinance says you can park RVs and trailers on the street for just two days within a seven-day period. If they're caught parked there longer, the…

PSC to hold rate hearing for Mountain Water Company

The Montana Public Service Commission is in Missoula Tuesday and Wednesday for a hearing on water rates.

Lake Co. jail overcrowding

Lake Co. jail copes with overcrowding

Lake County Sheriff Donald Bell gave NBC Montana a tour of the Lake County Detention Center Monday. With the county's budget struggling, the sheriff and his…

Researchers study wolverines in Bitterroot Mountains

Researchers study wolverines in Bitterroot Mountains

Defenders of Wildlife and 150 volunteers set up monitoring stations to view wolverines and other forest mammals.

Bozeman commissioners pointedly discuss school zoning exemptions

There were tense moments Monday night as Bozeman city commissioners dealt some pointed questions to school district officials over development code exemptions…

Missoula City Council moves evidence facility improvements forward

On Monday night Missoula's city council approved a bond reimbursement resolution in a 9-1 vote. Council member Harlan Wells was the lone dissenting vote.

Missoula City Council agrees on household hazardous waste facility

Missoula's city council unanimously agreed to cooperate with the Missoula Valley Water Quality District and Missoula County to establish a hazardous waste…

Judge tosses closed primary lawsuit, but fight is not over

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to allow only Republican-registered voters to participate in its primary elections.


Experts give wasp prevention pointers

 Pest control expert James Jacobson says there are key areas homeowners should check for wasp nests. Look under wooden stairs, inside your electrical box,…

Bear country homeowners urged to take bird feeders down

Bear country homeowners urged to take bird feeders down

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks bear manager Jamie Jonkel said bird seed is addictive to bears.

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