The Lolo Peak Fire has burned 23.5 square miles of timber.
Prices dropped from record July volume but rebounded in August as the Northwest approaches the end o
A sprawling central Montana nature reserve has purchased a 46,000-acre ranch bordering a federal refuge as it advances toward its goal of establishing a Connecticut-sized park where bison and other wildlife can one day roam freely
Executives from Wilmar International toured the Pacific Northwest wheat production and transportatio
After three requests for more information, state environmental regulators say Tintina Montana has submitted a complete application for its proposed copper mine near White Sulphur Springs
The Lolo Peak Fire has burned about 12 square miles since it was reported July 15.
The Columbia-Snake River Irrigators Association wants the government to convene a Cabinet-level committee with the power to allow exemptions to the Endangered Species Act.
Dale Duwayne Buerkle of Plevna injected pesticide into calf carcasses intending to poison coyotes.
Evacuation orders are in place for some northwestern Montana residents after a lightning storm sparked fires east of Eureka
Trump opens door to industry-friendly changes to a sweeping plan imposed by his predecessor to protect a ground-dwelling bird across vast areas of the West
After receiving a certificate of incorporation from the State of Washington, the Pacific Northwest Canola Association is looking for nominations for board members.
Sixty two percent of North Dakota, more than half of South Dakota and 40 percent of Montana are in severe, extreme or exceptional drought.
The Montana monument is the fourth Zinke has removed from his review ahead of a final report due later this month.
The eruption of wildfires caught state lawmakers and officials off guard after forecasts in the spring predicted only a moderate fire season.