Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, April 25
29 year-old Missoula man in jail on $100,000 bond after allegedly terrorizing a pregnant woman in her home for five days.
Former Meadow Hill School Staff Member Arrested on Drug Charges
Marie Dibble, a former social worker for Meadow Hill Middle School in Missoula was arrested and charged with felony criminal possession and distribution of dangerous drugs
Zebra Mussels Found on Boat Between Butte and Missoula
It is a constant mantra in Montana this time of year: Clean. Drain. Dry. And it's still obvious that we can't be too diligent.
$100,000 Bond for Man - Terrorized Pregnant Woman for Five Days
29 year-old Billy Lee Henderson is in the Missoula County Jail on $100,000 bond for allegedly terrorizing, beating and holding a woman hostage at her home for five days before she escaped.
FWP Issues Kill Order for Brown Trout on Part of Kootenai River
Most Montanans wouldn’t be too surprised to catch a brown trout in a local river, but one pulled out of the Kootenai river triggered alarm at FWP.
Getting the Avian Nursery in Order in the Bitterroot
Bird home-building has the usual air mail deliveries.
Western Montana to Get Hot, Then Cold as Temperatures Spasm
Western Montana is undergoing an extreme temperature change this week, shifting from 50 degree temperatures up into the upper 70s or even 80s by Saturday... but it may not last.
City Attorney Responds to Request for Mountain Water Legal Bills
Missoula City Attorney Jim Nugent referenced a recent Montana Supreme Court decision that revolves around protected attorney-client privilege to deny access to the city's Mountain Water legal bills.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, April 24
Record snow pack and rapidly rising temperatures are causing concern for weather and government officials over the possibility of flooding in western Montana.