Two years after the Worden Ballantine Yellowstone County Water and Sewer District had to declare its drinking water unsafe, $4.74 million in federal aid in the form of grants and loans is being made available to the district to help solve the problem.
Longtime Missoula conservation activist Tracy Stone-Manning may be President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, according to several Washington, D.C. sources.
President Joe Biden’s executive order on firearms, including a new report on gun trafficking and serial numbers for kit guns, drew quick response from Montana’s congressional delegation Thursday.
It’s been said for more than three decades: The Lady needs a tram.
The recently-appointed Veterans Affairs secretary visited Billings on Monday to attend a closed-door discussion with local veterans, heads of veterans’ advocacy groups and VA officials.
“It’s the meth.” For years that’s been the standard line, used by politicians and police alike, for conveying the U.S.-Mexico dilemma of a northern border state like Montana.
The bipartisan resolution aims to raise awareness of the dangers of asbestos, and urges the U.S. Surgeon General to teach Americans about the risks of asbestos exposure.
Speaking for the first time about the newly passed $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said Tuesday that the broad sweeping bill would accelerate the medical and economic response to the now year-old pandemic.
The $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill approved by the U.S. Senate over the weekend includes funding for Amtrak's Empire Builder route, which runs through northern Montana and other states.
Defense Department's Ronny Jackson report contradicts Trump's claims.
U.S. Interior Department officials on Thursday moved to roll back a Trump administration directive that gave local and state officials power to block purchases of land and water for conservation purposes.
As the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump begins Tuesday, Montana Republican U.S. Sen. Steve Daines said the proceeding was an unconstitutional exercise of Democratic revenge, while Sen. Jon Tester prepared for jury duty.
Montana’s congressional delegation is asking President Joe Biden to reconsider cancelling the Keystone XL pipeline permit.
He spoke of divisiveness in Washington, D.C., that politics had never been more polarized, and that it was broken because of gerrymandering an…