Montana continues to rank among the bottom states in the nation in providing services for people with disabilities , according to one new report. The findings were given to lawmakers Monday as they consider a slate of bills aimed at improving the situation.
- February SNAP Benefits Coming Early Due To Government Shutdown
- Bills Would Boost Pay For Disability Service Providers
- Justices Leave In Place Montana Campaign Contribution Limits
- Former US Interior Boss Takes Job At Investment Company
- Handgun Magazine Leads To Lockdown At Missoula's Sentinel High School
- Proposed Bill Aims To Expedite Missing Persons Reports
Butte Montana is famous. It was at one time the biggest city between Chicago and San Francisco. It’s in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, and sits at the headwaters of the mighty Columbia River, which flows all the way to the Pacific Ocean. Butte boomed and thrived for almost a century because of one thing: copper. Butte’s massive copper deposit was key to America’s success. The “Richest Hill on Earth” literally electrified the nation, and made the brass in bullets that won World Wars I and II. But in the 1980s, the last of the big mines shut down. Now, most of the riches are gone, and Butte is struggling.
Arts & Music
When "Food Guy" Greg Patent, who had been sitting on a bottle of Ligurian extra virgin olive oil - made with black Taggiasca olives and wrapped up to protect it from the ravages of daylight - discovered food writer Samim Nosrat 's Netflix series, " Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat ," serendipity struck in the form of Nosrat's recipe for Ligurian focaccia.