An East Glacier woman has pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Great Falls to sexual abuse of a minor.
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An Indian Health Service pediatrician convicted of molesting children on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation could lose retirement benefits as federal officials weigh revoking the doctor’s honorable discharge.
The Interior Department has scaled back its fight against two sets of oil and gas drilling leases bordering Glacier National Park.
A former Indian Health Service pediatrician convicted of sexually abusing two Blackfeet Indian boys is still eligible to receive millions in retirement benefits, according to the Wall Street Journal.
BROWNING — The partial government shutdown has ended, but Roy Crawford Jr. isn’t breathing easy.
Two extraordinary films created by students in Montana’s reservation communities have been selected for presentation at the prestigious 2019 B…
Lawmakers in Helena heard a bill Tuesday that its sponsor said is aimed at keeping counties from falling into financial trouble, and providing a way to investigate and hold officials accountable.
For the second time in a year, a busload of Browning student athletes and coaches left a convenience store in the Flathead last week feeling disrespected by the owner and management there.
GREAT FALLS — A former Indian Health Service pediatrician accused of sexually abusing young boys on Montana's Blackfeet Indian Reservation two decades ago had his trial delayed Monday because of "an unforeseen issue," court officials said.