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Former Stone Child Assistant Basketball Coach Denies Charges Of Rape And Transportation Of Child Pornography

A former assistant basketball coach at a tribal college on Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation pleaded not guilty today in U.S. District Court in Great Falls to allegations of having sex with a minor about 18 years younger. He also pleaded not guilty to sexual exploitation of a child and transportation of child pornography. Christopher Brown, born in 1988, of Box…

Wrestling Club, St. Jude’s Stand To Lose Money From Sponsored License Plate Sales

Shaylee Lewis is passionate about wrestling, and she’s passionate about the Havre Wrestling Club. Lewis is president of the wrestling club, which provides lessons and tournaments for young people throughout the Havre area. But the club and some other nonprofit organizations in Montana soon may face financial problems because of a new state law that will impact their fundraising efforts.…

‘Doc’ Olszewski Runs For Governor As Most Qualified On Health Care

Republican governor candidate Al ‘Doc’ Olszewski sees himself as David running against Goliaths. But he believes his experience as a physician makes him the most qualified to understand and tackle health care for Montanans. Sixteen years have passed since a Republican has occupied the governor’s office in Helena, a point that was brought up multiple times during Sunday’s Lincoln Reagan…

Democrat Williams Optimistic About House Race

For the second time in two years, Kathleen Williams travels across Montana in her camper with her dog Dani, drumming up support for her U.S. Congressional bid. In 2018, the Democrat Williams lost a close race to Republican Greg Gianforte. Gianforte is running for governor now, and State Auditor Matt Rosendale appears to be the frontrunner in the race for…

Woman Charged With Felony Negligent Homicide Pleads No Contest, Signs Plea Deal

Alaynna Gray pleaded no contest to felony negligent homicide Thursday in District Court. She averted a jury trial set to begin Monday. Eighth Judicial District Judge John Parker, who appeared via video, will sentence Gray sometime in the next seven to eight weeks. He did not set an exact date. Gray signed a plea agreement Thursday that stipulates that in…

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