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A long-talked-about tram from the eastern edge of Butte to Our Lady of the Rockies atop the East Ridge is a little closer to happening, but organizers said Thursday there’s still a big obstacle to overcome.
Kyrin Allen, a star defensive back for the University of Montana Western football team, was arrested last week on a warrant for sexual intercourse without consent, Dillon Police Chief Don Guiberson said Friday.
County elections officials in Montana are concerned about recent, mailed fliers that falsely claim absentee ballots can be counted up to 10 days after Election Day as long as they are postmarked in time.
The undersheriff in Madison County is running as a write-in candidate for sheriff against incumbent Roger Thompson, who is currently suspended with pay because of criminal charges against him related to a controlled drug buy.
Eight people in Madison County have undergone precautionary treatments for rabies after they or family members came into contact with bats recently, but health officials aren’t sure if anyone was actually bitten.
Butte attorney Bob Carlson was confirmed Tuesday as president of the American Bar Association, making him only the second person from Montana to lead the largest professional association of lawyers in the U.S.
Calhoun, a 9-year-old golden retriever-Labrador mix, might become the first “comfort dog” to accompany an alleged victim during testimony at trial in Butte-Silver Bow County.
Butte native and former Navy Seal Rob O’Neill was asked to leave an American Airlines flight Sunday before it left from Nashville because he had been drinking, but he was not combative, a representative of O’Neill’s told The Montana Standard on Monday.
A former City Court judge in Dillon is to make an initial court appearance next week on charges she pocketed fine payments and altered computer records to cover it up.