Grocery store workers with the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union on Tuesday voiced their opposition to the proposed merger of supermarket giants Kroger and Albertsons, claiming the merger will harm employees and customers.
Attorneys representing the state of Idaho have asked a court to dismiss a lawsuit from the Satanic Temple over Idaho’s abortion laws, saying the organization lacks standing to pursue the case and refuting its legal arguments.
With funding from the national opioid settlement ready for distribution, the Missoula City Council on Monday approved an agreement with the county to establish an opioid abatement region that encompasses Missoula County.
Mae Nan Ellingson, the youngest Delegate to the 1972 Montana Constitutional Convention, announced the formation of Friends of the Montana Constitution, a Montana nonprofit and nonpartisan educational corporation.
Since Nov. 13 — the day four U of I students were found slain in an off-campus house — the Moscow Police Department has received 78 “calls for unusual circumstances” and 36 requests for welfare checks.