Montana applied for a waiver in February, asking to not have to administer the statewide reading/language arts, mathematics and science assessments this spring.
CLAIM: An order from the U.S. Department of Energy under President Joe Biden blocked Texas from generating adequate power during the recent statewide emergency because it would exceed pollution limits.
The Biden White House says the intelligence community will review any incoming requests for intelligence briefings from former President Donal…
The popular chain restaurant Chick-fil-A is planning a Billings location, most likely on the corner of 24th Street West and Marketplace Street near Walmart.
Gaskin not on UM men's hoops roster after arrest
The National Guard will arrive in Kenosha County around 8 p.m. to aid local authorities after civil unrest broke out overnight following an officer-involved shooting of a black man.
The letter is in response to an outpouring of community feedback calling for change in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
Au contraire. Even though you might think it makes more sense for a hotel to grant an upgrade request if you’re staying just one night — given it loses less money on not having a paying guest take the fancy room — those who are staying for multiple nights might actually have a better chance of getting upgrade.
“This myth links back to receiving an upgrade for celebrating a special occasion: The more you communicate ahead of time, the more likely you are to get that upgrade,” says Miller. However, he says, there are certain times of the day you might be less likely to get an upgrade.
The Montana Public Service Commission is suing the Billings Gazette and others who have asked for public records about the commission’s recent email spying scandal.
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A Kalispell man who was convicted of killing his wife 40 years ago has died in prison after an extended illness, Department of Corrections officials said.
The Hamilton Township Municipal building including the court office will remain open during normal business hours. Residents may access the court office between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday to pay a ticket, make a payment on an installment plan, pay a Public Defender fee, apply for the Fresh Start program, make a records request or to conduct any other business with the course.