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The capitol of Montana, Helena was founded in 1864 when gold was discovered in the area. It was named the state capitol in 1889. Few blocks in the street are consistent in size due to them being created around mining claims. Today the area is home to the Great Divide Ski area and the Marysville Ghost Town. The city has been home to such celebrities as Liz Claiborne, Gary Cooper, and L. Ron Hubbard.
Local Newspapers: The Independent Record
Local Sports Teams: The Helena Brewers (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: Carroll College
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Elizabeth Jane Hines v. Topher Realty LLC
COUNSEL OF RECORD: For Appellant: Teal Mittelstadt, Attorney at Law, Helena, Montana For Appellee: Gregory A. Van Horssen, Van Horssen Law & Government, PLLC, Helena, Montana A 1 Elizabeth Jane Hines appeals from the First Judicial District Court's order reversing the Justice Court's order which found Topher Realty LLC failed to comply with A 70-25-201, MCA, and therefore, Hines was entitled to a return of her security deposit. We affirm.APNewsBreak: Conservationists launch anti-Gianforte campaign
In this Dec. 6, 2017, file photo, Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., speaks during the 2017 Capitol Christmas Tree lighting ceremony on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington.Man burned in propone truck explosion north of East Helena
An Idaho man suffered burns and a garage was destroyed in a fire caused by a propane explosion at a residence north of Helena. Lewis and Clark County Undersheriff Jason Grimmis tells KTVH-TV the injured man was a contractor from Boise brought in to work on a propane truck for Montana Propane.A dozen loud bangs heard in propane explosion
UPDATE 11:36 AM A neighbor said he heard up to a dozen loud bangs and thought it was another earthquake when he called 911. Fire crews are still on scene trying to put the blaze out.Montana Judge Mulls Evidence in Murder Conviction Challenge
After a daylong hearing, a Montana judge said she wouldn't decide from the bench on an effort to overturn the murder convictions of two prison inmates. Freddie Joe Lawrence listens to testimony Friday, March 9, 2018, in Helena, Mont., during a hearing to review new DNA evidence related to the murder of Donna Meagher, which Lawrence was convicted of in 1995.Montana judge mulls evidence in murder conviction challenge
This undated photo from the Montana Department of Corrections shows David Wayne Nelson, who is serving a life term for an October 2015 double homicide in Deer Lodge and is now connected to a 1994 murder near Helena, Mont. by newly tested DNA evidence.Judge to Hear Motions to Overturn Montana Murder Convictions
A state judge is scheduled to hear arguments Friday in the Montana Innocence Project's effort to overturn what it says are the wrongful convictions of two men in a 1994 murder. This undated photo provided by the Montana Department of Corrections shows Freddie Joe Lawrence, who is asking that his conviction for a 1994 murder be overturned because new DNA evidence links convicted double-murderer David Wayne Nelson to the case.Man with pellet gun facing charges
Charging documents state one victim was dropping off a key to the other victim when his truck got stuck in the snow. They were both attempting to get the vehicle unstuck when a man identified as 58-year-old William Bagosy exited his camper angry and yelling.How safe are our bridges?
The American Road and Transportation Building Association more than 54 thousand in the nation are " structurally deficient" The association defines structurally deficient as unsafe to cross because key elements are in poor or worse condition, however, the are still considered drivable. Here in Montana over 500 bridges fall into that category.George Kynett files for Cascade County Sheriff
George Kynett has officially put his name in the race of Cascade County Sheriff. Kynett has nearly 30 years of law enforcement experience.Convicted killer in Montana could be linked to Nevada cases
David Wayne Nelson, who is serving a life term for an October 2015 double homicide in Deer Lodge, Montana, and is now connected to a 1994 murder near Helena, Montana, by newly tested DNA evidence. Freddie Joe Lawrence, left, and Paul Kenneth Jenkins are asking that there convictions for a 1994 murder be overturned because new DNA evidence links convicted double-murderer David Wayne Nelson to the case.African Refugee Becomes Montana's First Black Mayor in More Than a Century
Throughout last year, waves of protests swept the nation as residents and activists demanded that Confederate monuments in their towns and communities be taken down. In Montana, the Pacific Northwest's only Confederate monument-a memorial fountain erected in 1916 by the Daughters of the Confederacy-stood for weeks as then-mayor James Smith hesitated to remove it.Kevin Nelson v. City of Billings Montana Montana Municipal Interlocal Authority
KEVIN NELSON, Petitioner and Appellant, v. CITY OF BILLINGS, MONTANA, and MONTANA MUNICIPAL INTERLOCAL AUTHORITY of Helena, Montana, Respondents and Appellees.STATE v. DARICEK
For Appellant: Chad Wright, Appellate Defender, Kristen L. Peterson, Assistant Appellate Defender, Helena, Montana For Appellee: Timothy C. Fox, Montana Attorney General, Katie F. Schulz, Assistant Attorney General, Helena, Montana, William E. Fulbright, Ravalli County Attorney, Angela Wetzsteon, Deputy County Attorney, Hamilton, Montana 1 . a fThe language of this statute differs from other statutes providing for the imposition of fines and costs.Free Ride-Mountain Biking Helena, Montana - Earning your descent...
Timmy says as we pedal past a crumbling stone kiln on the edge of the road, his full-face helmet resting on top of his head. It's a large limestone oven, roughly the size of a small trailer, built into the side of a hill.Pope Francis tabs bishop from Montana for Las Vegas diocese
Pope Francis named Bishop George Leo Thomas as the new bishop of Las Vegas, replacing Bishop Joseph Pepe, who is retiring after 17 years, the diocese announced today. Thomas, who has spent the past 14 years as the bishop in Helena, Mont., will be installed May 15 in Las Vegas.Wall Street Climbs After GDP Growth Revised Lower
Oil prices fell more than 1 percent after data showed a surprise build in U.S. crude inventories, pushing the S&P energy index down 0.31 percent. Celgene's 8 percent drop was a drag on the healthcare sector after U.S. health regulators rejected the company's application seeking approval of a multiple sclerosis drug.Montana teacher denies rape charge, trial set for June
Rene Carter, a former special education teacher at Capital High School in Helena, pleaded not guilty on Feb. 21 to sexual intercourse without consent. The age of consent in Montana is 16. The Independent Record reports her trial is set for June 4. Prosecutors say Carter carried on a sexual relationship with a student from February to June of 2015.Siegel auction series March 7-8 offers U.S. stamps, pioneer flight mail
The J.R. Helton Jr. collection of used United States stamps will be auctioned March 7 by Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries in New York City. The sale includes this 1898 $2 Trans-Mississippi Exposition stamp graded XF-superb 95, the highest grade recorded for the used $2 stamp.Looking for a Powder-full Experience?
HELENA, Mont., Feb. 16: If you are chasing the best snow in the country or feeling inspired by the 2018 Winter Games, Montana is ready for you! While the snowpack may be dwindling in other areas of the west, Montana has fresh powder and more on the way. For anyone missing the perfect winter wonderland at home, a getaway to Big Sky Country's best winter opportunities is easily accessible by vehicle, or commercial travel for those not interested in a road trip.
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