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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
Challenge: Couples sue to overturn Montana's gay marriage law
Montana
HELENA — Four Montana same-sex couples filed a lawsuit in federal court in Great Falls Wednesday challenging the state’s 2004 constitutional ban on gay marriages.
June 09 2014
Superior deaths believed to be case of murder-suicide
Superior, Montana
HELENA - Some more details are being released about the discovery of a pair of bodies in Superior earlier this week.
June 06 2014
Convicted murderer Giddings seeks new trial
Montana
A man convicted of a July 2005 murder was back in a Helena courtroom Friday petitioning the court for post-conviction relief that, if granted, could vacate his sentence and give him a new jury trial.
June 05 2014
Joseph Aceto Dies in Prison of Extended Illness
Montana
HELENA — A Montana State Prison inmate who died last week had a criminal record that included bank robberies and bombings in New England in the 1970s, a murder in an Arkansas prison in the 1980s and attempted murder and kidnapping in Montana. Prison officials say Joseph Aceto died May 20 at the prison infirmary after an extended illness. He was 61.
May 28 2014
Montana AG enters Jesus statue dispute
Jackson, Montana
HELENA, Mont. (AP) â Montana's attorney general says he supports keeping a 6-foot-tall statue of Jesus on U.S. Forest Service land next to a Whitefish ski hill. Attorney General Tim Fox filed a friend-of-the-court brief Wednesday with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals as it considers a legal challenge by an atheist and agnostic organization. ...
May 22 2014
Edmunds runs as 'true conservative' in GOP U.S. Senate primary
Montana
EAST HELENA – At a Republican Party dinner here last month, the only U.S. Senate candidate to appear in person – Champ Edmunds – didn’t surprise anyone when he said wants full repeal of “Obamacare.”
May 07 2014
71,000 signups for ACA in Montana; 36,000 choose via on-line ‘marketplace’
Montana
HELENA — Nearly 36,600 Montanans are covered by individual health-insurance policies they’ve selected on the Affordable Care Act’s online marketplace, federal health officials reported Thursday.
May 05 2014
Man arrested in 1996 slaying of Montana vet
Montana
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A South Dakota man will be sent to Montana to face a murder charge in the 1996 shooting death of a veterinarian who was seeing his ex-girlfriend, authorities said Friday.
May 02 2014
Bullock’s letter surprises Beach
Helena, Montana
HELENA – Convicted murderer Barry Beach said Friday he was “absolutely amazed” and surprised by Gov. Steve Bullock’s letter this week to the state Parole Board, supporting Beach’s bid for parole.
April 26 2014
Beach thanks governor for letter supporting parole bid
Helena, Montana
HELENA – Convicted murderer Barry Beach said Friday he was “absolutely amazed” and surprised by Gov. Steve Bullock’s letter this week to the state Parole Board, supporting Beach’s bid for parole.
April 26 2014
Helena Boy Charged with Making Bomb Threats
Montana
HELENA — A 16-year-old Capital High School student in Helena has been charged with two counts of felony intimidation after Helena schools received three bomb threats. The Independent Record reports the boy was charged Wednesday in youth court in Lewis and Clark County.
April 25 2014
Bullock Identifies 5.1 Million Acres for Restoration
Montana
HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock has identified more than 5.1 million acres of national forest land in Montana as top priorities for restoration. The Democrat said Monday the forest areas he picked are declining in health, have a risk of increased tree deaths or pose a risk to public infrastructure or safety.
April 25 2014
7 Whooping Cough Cases Confirmed Around Helena
Montana
HELENA — Health officials say seven cases of whooping cough have been confirmed in and around Helena. Karen Wandel of the Lewis and Clark City-County Health Department tells the Independent Record that two or three more cases would have to be reported to consider it an outbreak. Wandel says the cases began appearing this month and have affected children from preschool to high school ages. Four ...
April 25 2014
Gov. Bullock supports parole for Barry Beach
Billings, Montana
HELENA – Gov. Steve Bullock took the unusual step Wednesday of writing a letter supporting parole for convicted murderer Barry Beach, telling the Board of Pardons and Parole it should focus not on whether Beach is guilty or innocent, but whether he’s a good candidate for parole.
April 25 2014
Governor supports Barry Beach's bid for parole
Billings, Montana
HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock took the unusual step Wednesday of writing a letter supporting parole for convicted murderer Barry Beach, telling the Board of Pardons and Parole it should focus not on whether Beach is guilty or innocent, but whether he’s a good candidate for parole.
April 25 2014
Fiscal impact of Medicaid initiative questioned
Helena, montana
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Attorney General Tim Fox is asking the state Supreme Court to order a new fiscal note for a ballot initiative that seeks to expand the Medicaid program in Montana. Fox said he agrees with the initiative's opponents who say the fiscal note prepared by ...
April 22 2014
Montana health enrollment surges ahead of deadline
Helena, montana
A surge of Montanans scrambling to sign up for health insurance reached its peak with Monday's deadline, and insurers said that rush could be enough to meet federal officials' original goal of 31,000 people ...
April 22 2014
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