A cigarette butt and some new-age electronic detective work put a former Florence man in the crosshairs of two poaching cases that could end up costing him thousands of dollars and the loss of his hunting privileges.
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A pair of stakeholder forums about the future of the Lolo and Bitterroot national forests raised complaints from groups wondering why they weren’t invited.
The man who brought a baby into the Lolo National Forest and buried him beneath sticks and twigs was sentenced on Tuesday to 30 years in state prison, with 10 suspended.
Lightning sparked dozens of small fires last weekend, including a one-acre blaze west of Lolo and one that has grown to 50 acres near Troy, and the forecast is calling for perfect conditions for more wildfires to start.
Authorities expect to release Wednesday the name of a 45-year-old man who died in a one-vehicle rollover Sunday evening east of Missoula near Turah.
Two winter storms are expected to bring lots of snow to mountain passes in western Montana this weekend, and the first one was already doing its dirty deeds Friday night.
Winter returned to northwest Montana with plunging temperatures, power outages and treacherous driving conditions, including a fatal wreck in the Bitterroot Valley on Friday.