Local Newsmontana

  • Lawsuit Against County Dismissed

    Livington News
    Posted: April 22nd, 2003

    A lawsuit alleging a then-Park County sheriff’s deputy conducted a drug search using a falsely obtained warrant has been dismissed, according to a lawyer for the plaintiffs.

  • City Demotes Fire Dept Division Chiefs

    Great Falls Tribune
    Posted: April 10th, 2003

    Great Falls city management violated labor laws by promoting union fire department battalion chiefs into nonunion positions

  • Fire Won't Close Thrift Store

    The Bozeman Daily Chronicle
    Posted: April 8th, 2003

    Caron Cooper isn't letting a weekend fire put her store out of business and her employees out of work

  • National Laundry Fire Investigation Begins Today In Montana

    The Great Falls Tribune
    Posted: April 7th, 2003

    Fearing flare-ups and crumbling walls, firefighters watched the shell of National Laundry and Cleaners Sunday, waiting until today to begin investigating what started the Saturday morning blaze

  • Compensation Debate Slows Smallpox Bill

    Biloxi Sun Herald
    Posted: April 1st, 2003

    The bill would provide $262,100 if a person should die or be disabled by the smallpox vaccine. The amount is based on an existing program to compensate injured police and firefighters

  • Fire Department Contains Mobile Home Blaze

    The Bozeman Daily Chronicle
    Posted: March 18th, 2003

    The occupants, a husband and wife, were sleeping when the fire broke out, according to Bozeman Fire Department Inspections Chief Greg Megaard

  • Firefighters Seek More Terror Responder Aid

    The Washington Post
    Posted: March 13th, 2003

    A firefighters union sent a letter to President Bush and congressional leaders yesterday pleading for "necessary funding" for first responders to terrorist attacks "before it is too late."