A NorthWestern Energy electric customer using 750 kilowatt hours a month will pay $134.28 more from October 2022 through September 2023.
Much of the work to help improve the health of Montana’s kids has focused on access to nutritious foods and affordable ways to be active.
Congressional candidates on both sides of the divide are set to take the stage in a pair of forums held by Lee Newspapers, Montana Public Radio and Yellowstone Public Radio on Sept. 29 and Oct. 5.
The lawyers for the state argued the judge's order could only address a 2021 law, not an administrative rule enacted by the Department of Public Health and Human Services.
The releases are aimed at recruiting new hunters rather than establishing or bolstering pheasant populations.
As Montana finds itself an island of abortion access in the northern Rockies, abortion provider Helen Weems is watching the political forces that would celebrate the closure of her clinic.
The change follows a tense exchange between the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services and Yellowstone County District Court Judge Michael Moses.
The measure was put on the ballot by Republican lawmakers during last year's legislative session.
Four justices signed the majority opinion, while three justices joined a pair of dissenting opinions.
The U.S. Department of Education estimates that 120,400 Montanans qualify for some degree of the student debt forgiveness under a plan announced by President Joe Biden last month.
The Montana Board of Public Education's recommended changes to ARM 10, Chapter 55 of Montana’s Administrative Rules on School Accreditation Standards are opening to the public comment process next month.
Democrats and labor groups objected to the proposal, saying the grant program wasn't given enough of a chance.
Those payments to the law firm Crowley Fleck PLLP are only a partial accounting of the legal expenses racked up by Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen.
A Montana utility commissioner’s racially offensive remarks didn’t lead to his removal from the chairmanship from a national committee on clean coal and carbon management.
Families eligible to receive food assistance benefits will get a one-time payment of $391 per child under a federal program that came out of the pandemic.
The judge found in all three cases that Montana’s Constitution put decision-making power with the Board of Regents rather than the Legislature.
"We're really optimistic right now," Director Brett Schandelson told lawmakers on Wednesday.
A proposal to set up an advisory council to help guide the development of nuclear power in Montana fizzled Friday.
Auditors found that the department did not fully comply with state law in response to the scams.
In 2021, more than 1,300 landowners enrolled about 7 million acres in Block Management with payments totaling more than $7.6 million.
A Politico report on Thursday identified longtime Libertarian candidate Roger Roots as having taken a research role in the legal defense of Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes.
Rosendale in a House Natural Resources Committee targeted Manning as a Biden appointee of questionable background.
Earlier Thursday a judge in Billings ordered the state revert to a 2017 rule allowing people to update the sex marker on their birth certificates with a form.
As an advisory group, the body does not have the power to enact policy — that lies with Fish, Wildlife & Parks, the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission and the Legislature.
Montana health officials are asking state lawmakers to eliminate a board that hears appeals from people who believe they were wrongly denied public assistance benefits.
A call for a special session to issue tax rebates and pay down state debt has failed after only 53 legislators said they supported convening.
The news came as unions and freight rail companies announce they've reached a tentative deal in a labor dispute.
Legislative districts on Indian reservations emerged as a sticking point between Republicans and Democrats in Montana's ongoing redistricting process.
Amtrak is pre-emptively canceling the Empire Builder service that runs through Montana starting Tuesday because of concerns over a possible strike by freight rail workers.