Thanksgiving is coming to an end and the holiday shopping season is kicking off. Rimrock Mall has seen thousands of customers waiting in line and scouting deals this Thanksgiving, according to the mall's marketing manager Daron Olson. Many of the mall's stores opened for limited hours on Thanksgiving, and will reopen for official Black Friday shopping Friday morning.
Google has some tips for you if you plan to shop on Black Friday, but want to avoid crowds and long lines.
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - The U.S. Justice Department is seeking an injunction to stop a Montana attorney and others from operating or promoting a program that appears to facilitate the donation of timeshares to charities, but actually led its customers to commit tax fraud and donated very little to charity. The U.S. Attorney's office filed the complaint in U.S. District
DEER LODGE, Mont. (AP) - Authorities are still searching for a 79-year-old Montana woman, her adult son and a $480,000 bar of gold. The Missoulian reports ( http://bit.ly/1NSDAGI ) that Beverly Giannonatti and her 57-year-old son Gregory Giannonatti went missing a month ago. Officials say Beverly was having some work done her deceased ex-husband's house when a cleaning lady found
A Wyoming Cowboy barely misses the terrorist attacks in Paris. He was living in an apartment there, and spending a lot of time in the neighborhood that was hit. Meeteetse is a ranch community that still has boardwalks downtown. You can eat locally raised beef or bison here, and drink whiskey or beer. Or, you can find it in truffles
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Plans to build a $400 million railroad to haul coal from a proposed mine on the Montana-Wyoming border have been put on hold. The Tongue River Railroad Co. requested Wednesday that the Surface Transportation Board suspend the permitting process for the 42-mile line from the Powder River Basin to Colstrip. The line
There is no evidence of a national crime wave, and there is little common thread among places where bloodshed is rising, researchers say.
Prosecutors in a court filing this week said the girls were "subjected to degrading and unspeakable brutalities."