DETROIT – Montana Governor Steve Bullock was on the national stage Tuesday night in his first appearance in a Democratic presidential candidate debate.
As the fire season heats up across the West, Sen. Jon Tester and other members of Congress will be watching the Forest Service to see how it allocates funding and resources under a new spending package passed last year.
HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock on Monday hopped a flight to Detroit, where he’ll appear in his first presidential primary debate on Tuesday — and, as he put it, tell people “who I am, what I’ve done and what I want to do” as president.
HELENA — Montana’s wildfire outlook remains relatively moderate this year, fire officials and Gov. Steve Bullock said Monday — although they urged residents to take precautions as the weather enters a hot, dry period in the coming weeks.
HELENA — A three-week-old state law regulating private “outdoor” treatment facilities for troubled kids helped lead to action taken against one of the centers this week in northwest Montana, state health officials told MTN News Thursday.
STEVENSVILLE – It may be the loneliest council meeting in the recent history of Montana.
GREAT FALLS – A new regulation regarding abortion services and federal funding has Montana residents on both sides of the issue speaking out.
STEVENSVILLE – The political meltdown continues in the Town of Stevensville, after another town council member resigns, leaving only one person on the panel.
HELENA — Critics of U.S. Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., labeled him a “yes man” for President Trump last week, when he supported Trump’s controversial tweets attacking four Democratic congresswomen.
HeLENA — Montana’s two U.S. senators — and others — didn’t hold back last week, as they reacted to President Trump’s tweets attacking four Democratic congresswomen of color and telling them to “go back” to “the places from which they came.”
HELENA — In Montana’s 2020 U.S. Senate race, incumbent Republican Steve Daines has a huge head start on campaign money — including $1.5 million from political action committees, or more than a third of his donations.
BILLINGS- Democratic U.S. House candidate Kathleen Williams met with supporters at Thirsty Street Brewing in Billings Wednesday night.
HELENA – The states of Montana and North Dakota are petitioning the federal government to overturn a Washington state law that tightens restrictions on rail cars carrying Bakken crude oil to the West Coast.
HELENA — Donors from California and the New York and Washington, D.C., areas have contributed about 40 percent of the money fueling Gov. Steve Bullock’s presidential campaign this year — and played a big role in financing his exploratory efforts as well.
HELENA — As expected, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has made the cut for the second Democratic presidential candidate debate in Detroit at the end of