An advisory committee has released its recommendations to FWP on how to improve access and recreational opportunities along the Lower Yellowstone River.
Montana groups working to expand recreational opportunities along the Lower Yellowstone River say the initiative could bring millions of dollars more to the region.
The publisher of a neo-Nazi website that called on his followers to harass the Jewish community in the Flathead Valley has been allowed back on Twitter, after being banned for nearly a decade.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management recently published a draft rule that intends to cut down on a potent greenhouse gas produced from oil and gas production on federal and tribal lands.
Outgoing commissioner Jeff Mangan, who was appointed by former Gov. Steve Bullock in 2017, announced his resignation in October.
Sen. Jon Tester Wednesday announced the introduction of a bill that aims to provide more support for homeless Native veterans.
Bozeman Health is investing around $2 million this year to expand crisis care at Bozeman Health Deaconess Regional Medical Center.
Warnock's win now gives Democrats firm control of the Senate and makes life easier for them in a number of ways --among them: a cushion in trying to pass bills and assured committee control.
The "independent state legislature theory" could give state legislatures independent power to put in place all manner of election rules, without any available review by state courts.
Santonastasso Enterprises broke the law when more than a 100 teens were asked to work too many hours or too many late shifts, according to the Department of Labor.
The second gentlemen, Doug Emhoff, will lead a roundtable with Jewish leaders following a surge in anti-Jewish comments involving prominent people.
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