An airplane crashes near a Montana ski resort, a child sexual assault charge in Missoula, and flood warnings are just a few of today's headlines.Quad-copter footage of Missoula provided courtesy of Zoo M Photography.
Those hoping to change Montana’s laws through citizen initiatives have a pretty steep hill to climb before this Friday, when signatures must be submitted to the various counties. Montana Secretary of State Linda McCulloch says that her office has been pretty quiet despite the onrushing deadline
The city of Stevensville was going to have a meeting this past week, June 11, to discuss a new ordinance that would impose restrictions on properties near the Stevensville airport, but things didn't work out as planned.
A closer look by the Veterans Administration at Montana's Fort Harrison and other clinics found that the average wait time for vets at the clinic were over 47 days, more than three times the 14 day goal set by the VA itself
Property owners in Stevensville became very concerned a few weeks ago when the town proposed a new ordinance that would have limited the height of trees in a two-mile area around the airport to just five feet without a permit.
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