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Whitefish man wants to withdraw ‘no contest’ arson plea - Great Falls Tribune
KALISPELL (AP) – A 35-year-old Whitefish man is asking to withdraw his “no contest” plea to an arson charge after the judge rejected a plea agreement that called for a six-year deferred sentence and about $2,500 in restitution. James Wallace Langley ...
$10K Montana Millionaire prize remains unclaimed - Great Falls Tribune
HELENA (AP) – Montana Lottery officials say a $10,000 Montana Millionaire prize remains unclaimed — and it expires in a month. The ticket, No. 054774, was sold at the Hardin Express Center in Hardin. The drawing was held on Dec. 30, so the ticket ...
CarTalk: Two reasons why your window is stuck - Great Falls Tribune
Dear Car Talk: I have a perplexing problem with the driver’s-side power window in my 2003 Plymouth Voyager. About three years ago, I pressed the button to roll it down and nothing happened except a faint “click” sound. I figured I would need to take ...
Husband and wife charged with stealing life vests - Great Falls Tribune
A husband and wife are accused of pawning stolen life vests and breaking into a vehicle to take a gun. Jonathan Kessler faces a felony theft charge, along with five misdemeanors that include criminal mischief and four counts of criminal tresspass to vehciles.
Blackhawks' playoff savvy pays off in Game 6 vs. Ducks - Great Falls Tribune
The Chicago Blackhawks' strength as a team is their advanced knowledge on how to remain focused and composed when playoff games begin to ooze pressure and tension. That was evident again Wednesday when they posted a 5-2 win against the Anaheim Ducks to ...
Bulls fire Tom Thibodeau as coach - Great Falls Tribune
The Chicago Bulls have fired coach Tom Thibodeau, the team announced Thursday. In a statement, Bulls Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf said, "The Chicago Bulls have a history of achieving great success on and off the court. These accomplishments have been possible ...
French Open: Caroline Wozniacki upset by Julia Goerges - Great Falls Tribune
PARIS – Clad in bright yellow, Caroline Wozniacki couldn't shine on the tennis court Thursday. The former world No. 1 was dismissed from the French Open in straight sets by Germany's Julia Goerges. Scoreline: Julia Goerges (GER) def.  Caroline ...
Follow the road to Rimini - Great Falls Tribune
HELENA – An unexceptional fate for Rimini would have been what so many old Montana mining towns have experienced, a gradual fade to obscurity. And while it’s true not much remains of the town — founded in the gold boom of 1864 as one of the state’s ...
Great Falls, Sweetgrass Development win $400,000 grants - Great Falls Tribune
Regional Environmental Protection Agency administrator Shaun McGrath on Thursday awarded $400,000 each in brownfields environmental assessment grants to the Great Falls Development Authority, which will focus its cleanup efforts on the core downtown and ...
Food a big draw for Montana tourists - Great Falls Tribune
PHILIBSBURG – Guests visit the Ranch at Rock Creek to experience Montana. They get that exposure through fishing, hiking and horseback riding, but also through food. "The cuisine is a huge part of the guest experience," said Josh Drage, executive chef at ...
Lee Enterprises sues former publisher - Great Falls Tribune
MISSOULA (AP) – The parent company of the Missoulian has sued a former publisher and four former advertising employees, alleging they stole confidential client information from the newspaper to form a competing marketing agency. Lee Enterprises Inc ...
Up to 18 labs in U.S. got live anthrax shipments - Great Falls Tribune
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials said Thursday that as many as 18 labs around the country received live anthrax samples. And military officials say that 22 Air Force personnel who may have been exposed in Korea are being medically ...
Stillwater Mining reaches tentative agreement with union - Great Falls Tribune
BILLINGS (AP) – Montana’s largest mining company has reached a tentative labor agreement with union leaders. Thursday’s announcement from Stillwater Mining Co. follows complaints from workers that company executives received pay raises even as they ...
Mom seeks detour around in-laws’ driving habits - Great Falls Tribune
DEAR ABBY: My in-laws are fabulous. They love me and think the world of our 2-year-old daughter, “Hayley.” They do anything to support us. Recently, they asked to take Hayley overnight and drive a number of places with her. My concern is the driving part.
Nightlife roundup: May 29-June 4 - Great Falls Tribune
Mad Dawg, Karaoke, 9 p.m., Beacon Ice House, 1349 13th Ave. S.W. Rare Ould Times, Irish, 7 p.m., Celtic Cowboy, 116 1st Ave. S. DJ Foley, Karaoke/deejay, 9 p.m., Club Cigar, 208 Central Ave. Mad Dawg, Karaoke, 8 p.m., Cowboys Bar, 311 3rd St. N.W. Up in ...