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Demand for funding has been strong, with the state of Montana collectively receiving more than 300 applications requesting $900 million.
The money was set aside by the Legislature earlier this year, as part of the more than $2 billion expected to flow to the state from the federal American Rescue Plan Act.
Corey Fisher, a Missoula-based public policy director for Trout Unlimited, and other staff from the conservation group visit the site of the a…
Our Savior Lutheran Preschool of Stevensville announces classes will begin starting September 7 for three-year-olds and September 8 for fours.
The package of nine bills Gianforte signed into law all passed with broad bipartisan support, a departure from recent sessions marked by bitter fights over funding priorities for infrastructure.
If the weather stays on its current warming trend and the current rate of inflows are maintained, Painted Rocks Reservoir is expected to fill and begin spilling in seven to 10 days. A construction project is planned to begin in August.
Big changes are underway in the small central Montana town of Winifred, where a former resident has committed millions of dollars for a school that will transform the face of local education.
NorthWestern Energy intends to build a $250 million, 175-megawatt power plant in Laurel as part of a plan to add 325 megawatts of dispatchable power to its Montana portfolio.
All of the bills passed second reading by large, bipartisan margins.
A cross-boundary forestry project on Red Lodge Mountain has been awarded a state grant. It's one of 14 projects given a portion of $4.5 million under the Montana Forest Action Plan.
The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) and FirstMark Construction are hosting a virtual open house on Wednesday, April 7 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the South of Stevensville Safety Improvements Project that is set to break ground this month.
If you’ve been spotting the cloud lamp on TikTok or Pinterest lately, you might want to try this DIY project over the weekend. TikTok creator @lillie..pdx shows you how to use paper lanterns, empty paper towel rolls, glue, and LED lights to create a cloud lamp of your own.
If your budget is tight, a narrow hallway might be the perfect project since you can fill the space and add attractive décor without breaking the bank. TikTok creator @latinaexplorer had a $200 budget to stick to, but the before and after is a dramatic improvement. Her secret? Walmart has some surprisingly cute and affordable home décor if you’re willing to hunt for it.
The 2019 session finally saw a break in a nearly decade-long stalemate between Republicans and Democrats over bonding for projects.
Another renewable energy project has won a lawsuit against Montana’s Public Service Commission.