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MT Supreme Court will hear Barry Beach case in February
Helena, Montana
HELENA - The next stop for Barry Beach is a hearing before the Montana Supreme Court in his quest to be released from prison.
December 18 2014
State Supreme Court Schedules Hearing in Barry Beach's Latest Appeal
Helena, Montana
?Convicted killer Barry Beach gets another chance to protest his life sentence.
December 18 2014
Polson homicide trial begins, will turn on claim of self-defense
Helena, Montana
POLSON – Makueeyapee Whitford’s deliberate homicide trial comes down to a split-second decision, his attorney told jurors during opening arguments Tuesday morning in a Lake County murder trial.
December 18 2014
Montana Supreme Court will hear Barry Beach case in February
Montana
HELENA - The next stop for Barry Beach is a hearing before the Montana Supreme Court in his quest to be released from prison.
December 11 2014
State: Barry Beach has Exhausted Appeals
Montana
HELENA — Barry Beach, who is serving a 100-year prison sentence for a 1979 murder he says he didn’t commit, has been given unprecedented opportunity to argue his innocence and for a reduced sentence and deserves no more, the state said in a filing with the Montana Supreme Court.
December 02 2014
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 3:29 pm
Montana
A Helena-based political group seeking to prevent Montana Commissioner Political Practices Jon Motl, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox, and the Lewis and Clark County Attorney’s Office from enforcing Montana’s campaign finance laws has appealed an Oct. 22 ruling and taken the case to the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
October 29 2014
Attorneys for Barry Beach file new challenge in Montana Supreme Court
Montana
HELENA - Attorneys for Barry Beach have started a new legal effort on behalf of the 52-year-old Montana State Prison inmate serving a 100 year sentence for a murder he claims he did not commit.
October 24 2014
Attorneys for Barry Beach file new challenge in MT Supreme Court
Montana
HELENA - Attorneys for Barry Beach have started a new legal effort on behalf of the 52-year-old Montana State Prison inmate serving a 100 year sentence for a murder he claims he did not commit.
October 24 2014
Man convicted of 1997 murder of 3-year-old appears in court for DUI
Helena, Montana
HELENA -- Curtis Christianson, convicted of murdering his three-year-old daughter in Helena 17 years ago, appeared in court again Thursday on new charges.
October 17 2014
Fifth state employee clinic to open in Butte
Montana
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - A fifth state employee health clinic is scheduled to open next month in Butte, state officials said. The clinic will offer basic health care and wellness services without a co-payment to state workers in Butte, Anaconda and Deer Lodge, along with about 380 Butte-Silver ...
October 15 2014
New state employee clinic in Butte prompts competition concerns
Montana
HELENA – A new state employee health clinic is opening in Butte next month, to serve workers in Butte, Anaconda and Deer Lodge, prompting some local private health care providers to raise concerns about unfair competition.
October 15 2014
Zinke touts leadership experience in U.S. House race
Montana
HELENA – Speaking to the Montana Medical Association trustees here recently, U.S. House candidate Ryan Zinke wasted no time telling the doctors what he thought will happen to the Affordable Care Act.
October 07 2014
Proposed bill would give governor more power in clemency decisions
Helena, Montana
MISSOULA -- The Law & Justice Interim Committee of the Montana Legislature approved a draft bill in Helena on Wednesday that could impact convicted murderer Barry Beach.
September 04 2014
Justice comes to Last Chance Gulch
Pennsylvania
Lyman E. Munson must have admired the forms in the white sandstone cliffs overlooking the Missouri River as he approached Fort Benton in early July 1865. He had been on the steamboat from St. Louis for 53 days and was on his way to Helena to take up his new post as one of three justices appointed by President Abraham Lincoln to the newly formed Montana Territorial Supreme Court.
August 24 2014
Spell fights trial ruling
Colorado
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - A mentally disabled Colorado man accused of killing a Montana teacher and burying her body is asking the state Supreme Court to reverse a judge's ruling that he is fit to stand tr
August 23 2014
Oil-patch killing suspect fights competency ruling
Colorado
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A mentally disabled Colorado man accused of killing a Montana teacher and burying her body is asking the state Supreme Court to reverse a judge's ruling that he is fit to stand tr
August 23 2014
Family offers reward for information in suspected murder of Crites
Montana
HELENA -- The family of John Michael Crites, a Birdseye man believed to have been murdered in 2011, is offering a $10,000 reward in the case.
July 30 2014
Some Montanans sharing $2.7M in health insurance refunds
Alden, new york
HELENA - More than 14,000 people in Montana are getting refunds on their health insurance policies.
July 29 2014
Fair-goers in Helena respond to carnival accident at Gallatin County Fair
Montana
Just over a week after a broken carnival ride at the Gallatin County Fair sent a young girl to the hospital, the ride operator, North Star Amusements, has moved on to the next town for this week's fair in Helena.
July 27 2014
Montana prison inmate healthcare costs soar
Montana
HELENA -- A new study shows that Montana's medical costs for state inmates grew by 48% between 2007 and 2011 -- a higher percentage increase than any other state.
July 17 2014
Montanans weigh in on conservation and wilderness issues
Montana
HELENA - A new public opinion survey says that many Montana residents consider conservation decisions as important as issues of the economy, healthcare, and education.
July 11 2014
Family, fire chief killed in fiery Montana crash
Helena, Georgia
A fire engine and a pickup truck collided on a Montana highway, causing an explosion and fire that killed a family of five and a volunteer fire chief, authorities said. There were no survivors.
July 03 2014
Abortion-rights groups say Montana buffer intact; opponents see opening
Montana
HELENA – Leaders of abortion-rights groups here said they don’t believe a Montana law will be affected by a U.S. Supreme Court decision that struck down a Massachusetts law banning protests within a 35-foot buffer zone outside abortion clinics.
June 28 2014
Supco upholds order for new trial in murder case
Montana
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The Montana Supreme Court has upheld a lower court ruling granting a new trial to a man charged in the July 2005 beating death of a former chairman of the Confederated Salish and
June 27 2014
Republican candidates for US House debate economy
Glendive, montana
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Republican candidates for Montana's open U.S. House seat took shots at one another Wednesday over their positions on abortion, gun rights, spending and health care in the final debate before Tuesday's primary elections. Many of the barbs were directed at former Sen. Ryan Zinke ...
June 21 2014
Republican Candidates for U.S. House Debate Economy
Glendive, montana
HELENA — Republican candidates for Montana's open U.S. House seat took shots at one another Wednesday over their positions on abortion, gun rights, spending and health care in the final debate before Tuesday's primary elections. Many of the barbs were directed at former Sen. Ryan Zinke of Whitefish, who has raised more money than the four others contending for the GOP nomination.
June 21 2014
Clemency denied for Montana man 30 years into a 100-year sentence
Helena, Montana
Frances Burns DEER LODGE, Mont., June 11 (UPI) -- Support from Montana's governor failed to win clemency for a man sentenced to 100 years for killing a high school classmate, a murder he denies.
June 21 2014
Beach 'tired' of state justice system, may go to federal court
Helena, Montana
HELENA – Convicted murderer Barry Beach, whose latest attempt to commute his 100-year sentence was rejected yet again by the state Parole Board last week, said Monday he may give up on Montana’s justice system and go to federal court to pursue his quest for release.
June 17 2014
Audit: Average 48-day wait for Montana veterans seeking medical care
Wyoming
HELENA – Military veterans in Montana wait an average of 48 days for their first primary care visit in the Veterans Affairs health system, longer than VA systems in most neighboring states, the VA reported Monday.
June 15 2014
VA Mum on Timing of Montana Director’s Decision
Montana
HELENA — Veterans Affairs Montana Health Care System officials won't address the timing of the director's decision to step down this summer. VA officials announced Thursday Christine Gregory would retire at the end of June to spend more time with her family. She will have spent 16 months as the Montana system's director.
June 14 2014
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