Montana State Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen published a statement Thursday regarding the 5-4 vote in the United States Supreme Court upholding the President’s Health care bill. Lindeen says her office will continue to uphold and enforce the two year-old law, however, Lindeen says she is very concerned about protecting state’s rights when it comes to regulating rates and providing services in a rural state like Montana.
When Weber State’s Damian Lillard was taken sixth overall by the Portland Trail Blazers Thursday night in the 2012 NBA Draft, it was the second time in a week that a point guard from the Big Sky Conference made a national splash.
Last weekend Montana’s Will Cherry participated at the by-invitation-only Deron Williams Nike Skills Academy in Chicago and had an impressive enough showing that Jeff Eisenberg, who writes The Dagger college basketball blog for Yahoo! Sports, spent Monday morning arranging phone interviews with Cherry and Griz coach Wayne Tinkle.
The United States Supreme Court on a 5-4 vote Thursday morning upheld that the individual mandate in the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, would be allowed as a tax. Senior Fellow for Constitutional Studies with the Independence Institute, Rob Natelson, says the decision was a surprise to many court-watchers. He says Chief Justice John Roberts did everything he could to accommodate Congress so that the bill could be fully implemented.
Six Hamilton Fire Department vehicles are racing down Interstate 90 on their way to Helena to provide relief for exhausted firefighters in the Capitol city who have been battling a fire in the hills outside the Helena Valley non-stop for over 24 hours. Hamilton Fire Chief Brad Mohn says his department has a mutual aid agreement with the Helena Fire Department, and the six vehicles with 12 firefighters will be on duty from 7 pm tonight until 7 am tomorrow morning. The vehicles were forced to use lights and sirens to get through Missoula traffic on their way east to Helena
Sometime this past weekend, 21 year-old Nicolas Anthony Rivera of Missoula found himself on the railroad tracks directly across from the Rock Creek Lodge when a passing Montana Rail Link train struck and killed him. Public Information Officer for the Missoula County Sheriff’s Department Jason Johnson says dental records were used to identify Rivera’s body.
Missoula County Sheriff’s Department authorities have an update in the search for missing 26 year-old Matthew Charlick. Public Information Officer Jason Johnson has released a photograph of a pickup truck that traveled up Miller Creek Road just minutes before Charlick’s vehicle, and came down the road just a few minutes later.
26 year-old Matthew Charlick of Missoula has been missing since June 15th, when he left his home without telling anyone where he was going. Missoula Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Jason Johnson says Charlick is a U. S. Army veteran who suffers from depression, but relatives say he does not have suicidal tendencies.
Authorities say a man in his 20′s or 30′s, apparently from Missoula, died sometime between late Friday night and early Sunday morning after being struck by a train traveling at about 50 miles per hour. Sergeant Tony Rio with the Missoula County Sheriff’s Department says the man was attending a concert at the Rock Creek Lodge. Authorities were called to the scene after a report to 9-1-1 of a body on the tracks.
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