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Thursday, February 11th 2016
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CLEAN AIR-MONTANA GOVERNOR

Court's stay on EPA rules gives governor temporary reprieve

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to temporarily freeze the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan gives Montana Gov. Steve Bullock some breathing room as he campaigns for a second term.

The high court's stay allows the Democrat's re-election campaign to avoid — for now — the thicket of political thorns growing out of the debate over the future of Montana's coal industry and power generation.

While Bullock likely won't have to face a decision before the election on emissions cuts that was being ordered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the future of the state's coal industry will likely remain a key issue in the governor's race.

His likely GOP challenger, Greg Gianforte, says he will continue hammering at Bullock for what he calls a lack of leadership over the state's energy policy.

CAMPAIGNS-PUBLIC EMPLOYEES

Candidates barred from targeting public workers' emails

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The commissioner of political practices says Montana candidates aren't allowed to deliberately distribute campaign material to public employees' email addresses.

The decision amounts to a new rule by Commissioner Jonathan Motl. It was included in his Wednesday dismissal of a campaign complaint filed against Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte.

Gianforte's campaign used work addresses included in a Montana Association of Counties directory to send a message to county officials across Montana asking them to join his team.

Motl ruled that the deliberate, systemic use of public employees' work addresses for campaigning amounts to coercion under Montana law.

The ruling draws a distinction between campaigns targeting public workers' addresses and those that send limited or accidental mailings to them.

Motl dismissed the complaint against Gianforte because that distinction had not been made prior to Wednesday's ruling.

MILD FLU SEASON

Data shows mild flu season in Montana so far

(Information in the following story is from: The Billings Gazette, http://www.billingsgazette.com)

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana health officials say flu-related hospitalizations are down 95 percent from the same period last year.

The Billings Gazette reports that the flu season began in October and will end around June 1. According to the Montana Department of Health and Human Services, this season saw only 22 hospitalizations as of February 9. Last season there were 441 hospitalizations in the same time period.

Across Montana, there have been only two flu-related deaths so far. There were 24 during the last season.

There are also new testing rules from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control that could play a role in the number of flu cases reported.

Despite the lower numbers, health officials say people should still take precautions against the disease.

VANN'S BANKRUPTCY

Former Vann's CFO named co-defendant in conspiracy case

(Information in the following story is from: Missoulian, http://www.missoulian.com)

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — After refusing a plea agreement, the former chief financial officer of Vann's Inc. has been named a co-defendant in the federal case against former CEO George Leslie Manlove.

The Missoulian reports that Paul Lyn Nisbet on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to 221 felonies in U.S. District Court, the same charges filed against Manlove. Prosecutors say Nisbet and Manlove conspired to defraud the electronics and appliance chain for their own gain, causing it to file for bankruptcy.

Nisbet had been charged with a single count of conspiracy as part of a plea agreement, but he pleaded not guilty to that charge Jan. 12.

Manlove has pleaded not guilty to the charges. Both Manlove and Nisbet have been released on their own recognizance. A trial has been scheduled for March 21.

BOZEMAN HIT-AND-RUN

Man sentenced for leaving the scene of pedestrian collision

(Information in the following story is from: Bozeman Daily Chronicle, http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com)

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — A 31-year-old Bozeman man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for leaving the scene of a collision in which a pedestrian was severely injured.

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports Jerry Dickson was sentenced Tuesday by District Judge Holly Brown. He pleaded guilty in December to leaving the scene and evidence tampering.

Prosecutors alleged Dickson also repaired the damage to the vehicle and lied to the vehicle's owner about what happened.

Chief Deputy Gallatin County Attorney Eric Kitzmiller noted that surveillance footage from a nearby business showed that Dickson's vehicle stopped for 17 seconds after the July 2015 collision before he drove away.

Defense attorney Annie DeWolf sought a suspended sentence.

Judge Brown noted Dickson was on probation for a 2012 drug conviction at the time of the collision.

EVERGREEN CHILD DEATH-PLEA

Man pleads guilty in death of girlfriend's 2-year-old son

KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — A 22-year-old Evergreen man has entered a guilty plea in the death of his girlfriend's 2-year-old son.

Brandon Newberry entered an Alford plea Wednesday to mitigated deliberate homicide. In exchange, prosecutors will recommend a 40-year prison term when he is sentenced on April 19.

Under an Alford plea, a defendant does not admit guilt but acknowledges prosecutors have enough evidence to gain a conviction.

An autopsy found Forrest died from a laceration of the small intestine that poisoned him.

Attorneys said Wednesday that Newberry had undiagnosed mental health issues, including impulse control disorder, at the time of the boy's death. Prosecutors said he could not fully appreciate the needs of a toddler and was ill-equipped to be the boy's primary caregiver while his girlfriend, Takara Juntunen, was at work.

BOZEMAN STANDOFF-CHARGES

Man arrested after 12-hour standoff charged with assault

(Information in the following story is from: Bozeman Daily Chronicle, http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com)

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — A Bozeman man involved in a 12-hour standoff with police has been charged with assault with a weapon.

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports bail was set at $250,000 for 26-year-old Wesley Brockmeyer-Barnhart during an initial appearance in Justice Court Wednesday.

Charging documents say one of Brockmeyer-Barnhart's housemates called police Tuesday to report that Brockmeyer-Barnhart had fired a shot at him and his girlfriend after they left the house.

Another roommate said the suspect had argued with a third roommate about a dirty microwave at about 4:30 a.m. Tuesday. Prosecutors say he used an axe to break the woman's bedroom door and ordered her and her boyfriend to leave at gunpoint.

Deputy Gallatin County Attorney Jesse Bushnell note that Brockmeyer-Barnhart threatened to kill law enforcement officers during the standoff that ended at about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.

ENDANGERED SPECIES

Bill to bar Wyoming wardens from wolf, grizzly cases fails

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming legislative committee has defeated a bill to bar state game managers from investigating or prosecuting people for killing wolves and grizzly bears as long as the animals remain federally protected.

Sponsor Sen. Larry Hicks, a Baggs Republican, Wednesday told a House committee that Wyoming isn't obligated to enforce provisions of the federal Endangered Species Act. Grizzly bears and wolves are both federally protected species.

Opponents of the bill said it could interfere with efforts to delist Wyoming wolves and grizzlies.

Brian Nesvik is chief warden of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

Nesvik told lawmakers the department quit handling law enforcement investigations related to wolves after a federal judge reinstated federal protections for them in Wyoming in 2014. The state cooperates with federal officials on grizzly cases.

STUDENT INFORMATION RELEASED

Missoula school student data breach included alumni records

(Information in the following story is from: Missoulian, http://www.missoulian.com)

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Missoula County Public Schools says a data breach that affected more than 1,100 students also included private information on alumni and deceased students.

The Missoulian reports the district initially said Hellgate High School students' information had been compromised after an assistant principal included the information in a December email to parents. Superintendent Mark Thane said in a Jan. 18 letter that information on former Hellgate students had also been released.

Staff charged with informing those affected by the data breach found that about 200 people weren't registered as current students. They also sent letters to at least two former students who have died.

Thane says the data dated back to the 2012-13 school year.

The email included an attached document containing students' academic, medical, disciplinary and criminal information.

PRYOR PEDESTRIAN FATAL

Pedestrian killed by truck near Pryor identified

(Information in the following story is from: The Billings Gazette, http://www.billingsgazette.com)

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The Big Horn County Coroner's Office has identified a pedestrian who was struck and killed by a pickup truck near Pryor.

The Billings Gazette reports that 44-year-old Dione J. Bell Rock Sr. was hit Monday by a Ford F-150. The results of an autopsy detailing the cause of death haven't been released.

The Montana Highway Patrol says the 59-year-old woman driving the pickup was uninjured in the collision. Two children were also in the vehicle and escaped without injury.

The Bureau of Indian Affairs continues to investigate the incident.


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Wednesday, February 10th 2016
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CLEAN AIR LAWSUITS-MONTANA

Montana's Fox hails decision blocking Clean Power Plan

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana Attorney General Tim Fox is calling the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to temporarily block President Barack Obama's plan to cut power plant emissions a victory.

Montana is one of 27 states suing to halt implementation of the Clean Power Plan. The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday to block enforcement of the plan while the litigation is pending.

Montana would have to cut its emission rate by 47 percent to meet the target set by the Environmental Protection Agency.

The Republican attorney general said in a statement that he believes the Clean Power Plan will ultimately be overturned.

Gov. Steve Bullock had appointed an advisory council to begin shaping a state plan. He said in statement that he is putting the work of the council on hold.

DEPUTY KILLED-CHARGES

Man convicted of killing deputy faces federal drug charges

GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — A man who was convicted in the 2014 killing of a Cascade County sheriff's deputy has been indicted on federal drug and weapons charges.

Adam Sanchez Jr. pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a charge of possession and intent to distribute methamphetamine and to possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.

The federal grand jury returned the indictment in December, but it was sealed until Sanchez's appearance in U.S. District Court in Great Falls.

Sanchez was sentenced in December to life in prison without parole for the death of 33-year-old Deputy Joe Dunn. A jury had convicted him of deliberate homicide in state court.

Authorities say Sanchez's vehicle struck Dunn as Sanchez was leading officers on a high-speed pursuit between Great Falls and Geyser.

COLD CASE-RETRIAL

Butte man charged in father's death expected to testify

BUTTE, Mont. (AP) — The attorney for a Butte man charged with killing his father in December 2008 said his client will testify during his retrial.

A mistrial was declared in April 2015 after jurors couldn't reach a unanimous verdict on the deliberate homicide charge filed against Adam Hatfield.

Prosecutors allege Hatfield, then 18, beat his father Matt Hatfield with a baseball bat at the cabin they shared south of Butte then disposed of his body. Matt Hatfield's skull was recovered by a research scientist in October 2010.

His retrial began Monday in District Court in Butte.

Hatfield has been jailed in since his March 2014 arrest in South Dakota.

MONTANA STATE-FOOD PANTRY

Food pantry proposed to feed hungry MSU students

(Information in the following story is from: Bozeman Daily Chronicle, http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com)

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — A class of Montana State University students is proposing the university start a free food bank on campus to help feed hungry college students.

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports that a sustainable foods capstone class has created a business plan for a proposed "Bobcat Pantry."

Faculty members went before the Associated Students of MSU Senate on Thursday seeking a resolution of support for the pantry, which passed unanimously.

A 2013 survey of nearly 300 MSU students found that 30 percent experienced "food insecurity," meaning that they went without food at least one to three times a month.

Similar pantries have opened at Georgia State, Michigan State and North Carolina State University.

MISSING HAMILTON WOMAN

Hamilton woman reported missing is found, hospitalized

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A Hamilton woman who was reported missing has been located and is being treated at the hospital for undisclosed injuries.

The Ravalli County sheriff's department says 49-year-old Kevin Frost turned himself in to authorities Monday afternoon. His estranged wife, Sherri Cook Frost, was taken to the hospital.

Sheriff's officials did not release her condition, but said she appears to have no life-threatening injuries.

Officials say deputies responded to a report that Sherri Frost had been taken against her will from a friend's house shortly before 7 a.m. Tuesday.

Kevin Frost faces charges of aggravated kidnapping and partner or family member assault. He has been booked in the Ravalli County Detention Center pending a Thursday appearance in justice court.

PRYOR PEDESTRIAN FATAL

Pedestrian struck, killed by pickup truck in Pryor

(Information in the following story is from: The Billings Gazette, http://www.billingsgazette.com)

PRYOR, Mont. (AP) — The Bureau of Indian Affairs is investigating after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a pickup truck in Pryor.

The Billings Gazette reports that Montana Highway Patrol was notified Monday that a 44-year-old Pryor woman was killed by a Ford F-150.

Highway Patrol dispatch says the 59-year-old woman driving the pickup was not wearing a seat belt but was uninjured in the collision. Two children were also in the vehicle and escaped without injury.

FATAL CRASH-GREAT FALLS

Woman killed after swerving to miss dog in road identified

(Information in the following story is from: Great Falls Tribune, http://www.greatfallstribune.com)

GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — Cascade County authorities have identified a woman who died after swerving to avoid a dog in the road southeast of Great Falls.

The Great Falls Tribune reports that the coroner's office has determined that 33-year-old Angela Kay Vohs died as a result of injuries suffered in the Monday crash.

Montana Highway Patrol Trooper James Humiston says Vohs had been traveling on Montana Secondary Highway 227 when she swerved, causing her car to go off the road and roll multiple times.

Humiston says Vohs was partially ejected from the vehicle. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

WRESTLER ELIGIBILITY RULING

Judge's ruling keeps top-ranked wrestler from competition

(Information in the following story is from: Daily Inter Lake, http://www.dailyinterlake.com)

KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — A Flathead High School wrestler won't compete in an upcoming state tournament after a judge upheld a Montana High School Association ruling that deemed him ineligible for the 138-pound weight class.

The Daily Inter Lake reports the judge delivered his ruling Tuesday in the case of sophomore Payton Hume, Montana's top-ranked 138-pound Class AA wrestler.

Payton's father had filed a lawsuit claiming the school wrongly advised his son that he was able to compete in Friday's tournament at 138 pounds, although records showed he had competed in the 145-pound weight class for most of his events.

Under the state's so-called 50 percent rule, the association found Payton only eligible for the higher weight class.

Coach Rich Vasquez admitted in court the school failed to properly interpret the eligibility rule.

MOSES LAKE-FACTORY

State politicians voice opinions on closure

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The temporary closure of a large polysilicon factory in Moses Lake because of a trade dispute with China has drawn a strong response from the state's political leaders.

Gov. Jay Inslee and members of the state's congressional delegation say they have been working with REC Silicon to resolve the trade dispute.

But REC Silicon announced Monday morning that the factory would temporarily halt production until June. However, no layoffs were planned because the more than 400 employees will be shifted to maintenance and repairs during the shutdown.

The company has said China comprised 80 percent of its market before the door was closed. The trade dispute between the U.S. and China involves a 57 percent duty China charges on its solar grade polysilicon imports.

Inslee called the production shutdown unfortunate.


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Tuesday, February 9th 2016
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UTILITY RATES-THE LATEST

The Latest: Utility scales back proposed rate increase

An electric utility serving 26,000 homes and businesses in eastern Montana is scaling back a proposed 21 percent rate increase.

Montana-Dakota Utilities spokesman Mark Hanson said the company planned to file a new application late Monday seeking an increase of just over 13 percent. It would be phased in over two years and cost residential customers on average $6.38 per month.

The change resulted from MDU's negotiations with the Montana Consumer Counsel and a group representing large utility customers that had objected to the original increase.

The Montana Public Service Commission is scheduled to hold a hearing on the rate hike beginning Tuesday in Glendive.

Commissioners rejected an interim rate hike for the utility in December.

INSURANCE EXCHANGE

Enrollment rises for Montana health insurance exchange

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — More Montanans are getting medical coverage through the state's health insurance marketplace. According to the federal government, 58,114 Montana residents bought their insurance through the marketplace during the most recent open enrollment period. That's up 7 percent from the previous year. Last year, 54,266 Montanans were enrolled for health coverage through the exchange. Open enrollment for 2016 coverage ended Jan. 31. Meanwhile, the cost of those plans have gone up, although state officials say the higher costs are typically offset by increased tax credits. Montana is one of 37 states without its own health insurance exchange. The state relies on the federal government's website, healthcare.gov, to provide health coverage under the ACA.

ELECTIONS-STATE AUDITOR

Champ Edmunds exits auditor's race

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Former state Rep. Champ Edmunds of Missoula has announced he is ending his campaign for state auditor and is endorsing fellow Republican Matt Rosendale from Glendive. Rosendale, who is the Senate majority leader, announced his plans to run for the office on Friday. Democrat Jesse Laslovich is also seeking the office. Lee Newspapers of Montana reports Laslovich has raised more than $138,000 and spent just under $15,000, leaving nearly $124,000 in the bank. Laslovich has worked for the past five years as chief counsel for current Auditor Monica Lindeen. Term limits prohibit her from seeking re-election.

ASBESTOS TOWN

Cleanup plan approved for asbestos-contaminated Montana town

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The U.S. Environmental Protection has given final approval to a costly cleanup program for a Montana community where health officials say hundreds of people have died due to asbestos exposure. The announcement on Monday came more than 15 years after cleanup work began in Libby, a mining town near the Montana-Idaho border. An EPA risk assessment last year found that the cleanup of almost 2,300 properties in Libby and nearby Troy had significantly reduced asbestos exposure risks. Yet even with that work, contaminated material remains in the walls of many houses and about 700 properties have yet to be investigated.

UTILITY RATES

Regulators looking at proposed electricity rate increase

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A steep hike in electricity rates for 26,000 homes and businesses in eastern Montana is up for consideration this week by state regulators who have aired prior concerns with the proposal. Montana-Dakota Utilities says the 21 percent increase is needed to cover costs that include $400 million in pollution controls at coal plants in Montana and South Dakota. A hearing on the company's request before the Public Service Commission begins Tuesday and is expected to last several days. Commissioners in December rejected an interim increase sought by MDU, saying they needed to study the matter further. A final order is due by March 25.

STANDARDIZED TESTING

Montana allows students to replace Smarter Balanced with ACT

(Information from: The Billings Gazette, http://www.billingsgazette.com)

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana will let high school juniors take the ACT instead of Smarter Balanced exams to fulfill national testing mandates this year. The Billings Gazette reports that the Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau announced the change when releasing results from the glitch-prone Smarter Balanced exams. Some state Board of Public Education members criticized Juneau in January for not communicating with them first. But the board still backed Juneau's plan at its Thursday meeting. The ACT is typically used as an indicator of college readiness. The exam isn't aligned to Montana standards like the Smarter Balanced tests are.

KALISPELL-OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTING

Prosecutors charge man shot by Kalispell police

(Information in the following story is from: Flathead Beacon, http://www.flatheadbeacon.com)

KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — A man who was shot by Kalispell police has been charged with felony assault on a peace officer.

The Flathead Beacon reports 30-year-old Ryan Pengelly was charged Thursday for allegedly pointing a rifle at two officers in his home Jan. 12. He was struck four times.

The officers were called to Pengelly's home to check on the welfare of his mother. When they tried to take her into custody, she resisted and Pengelly emerged from a bedroom with the rifle.

Investigators say Pengelly told them the officers didn't give him enough time to drop the weapon. He added that had he known they were police officers, he would have put the gun down immediately.

Pengelly served two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan in the U.S. Army and earned several medals.

FATAL CRASH-DUI

DUI charges brought against man in fatal crash near Troy

(Information in the following story is from: Missoulian, http://www.missoulian.com)

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A Lincoln County man is facing charges in a high-speed crash that killed his passenger near Troy in August.

The Missoulian reports that Johnny Glen Anthony Jr., of Libby, was arrested on a warrant Friday and released after posting $25,000 bond. He has been charged with vehicular homicide while under the influence and negligent homicide.

Authorities had responded to the crash after a pickup truck driven by Anthony went off the road and rolled over. Anthony's passenger, 67-year-old Jon Douglas Reynolds, was ejected from the car and died.

An affidavit states that Anthony told a deputy he had one or two drinks before the crash and that his car had been making a strange noise.

Anthony's truck was found to have been traveling over 100 mph before it crashed.

EVERGREEN CHILD DEATH-PLEA

Evergreen man accused in child's death reaches plea deal

(Information in the following story is from: Flathead Beacon, http://www.flatheadbeacon.com)

KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — A plea deal has been reached in the case of an Evergreen man charged with killing his girlfriend's toddler son.

The Flathead Beacon reports 22-year-old Brandon Walter Lee Newberry is expected to enter an Alford plea Wednesday to mitigated homicide. An Alford plea doesn't admit guilt, but concedes there is enough evidence for a conviction.

Newberry had previously pleaded not guilty to deliberate homicide in the February 2015 death of 2-year-old Forrest Groshelle. He was expected to go to trial next month.

Court documents say the toddler died of a laceration of the small intestine after being hit multiple times in the stomach. Police say Newberry told them that he had been "roughhousing" with the child days before his death.

Prosecutors have agreed to recommend a 40-year prison sentence.

GOLD MINING-YELLOWSTONE BORDER

Public comment opens on gold mining project near Yellowstone

(Information in the following story is from: Bozeman Daily Chronicle, http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com)

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — State officials are seeking public comment on a proposed gold mining project just north of the Yellowstone National Park border.

Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports that the Montana Department of Environmental Quality has announced that it's now accepting public input on an application from Crevice Mining Group. The company based out of Spokane, Washington is looking to search for gold on Crevice Mountain, near the town of Jardine.

The company's application says the exploration project would cost about $1.1 million and disturb 7 acres of surface.

The project has already faced opposition from the Park County Environmental Council, which has expressed concern over the exploration turning into a large-scale gold mine and the effects on wildlife.

The state will conduct an environmental analysis after receiving the public's feedback.

FATAL CRASH-GREAT FALLS

Woman killed in crash after swerving to miss dog in road

(Information in the following story is from: Great Falls Tribune, http://www.greatfallstribune.com)

GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — Authorities say a woman was killed in a crash after she swerved to miss a dog in the road southeast of Great Falls.

Montana Highway Patrol Trooper James Humiston tells The Great Falls Tribune the 33-year-old woman, whose name has not been released, was headed north on Montana Secondary Highway 227 on Monday morning when she swerved, causing her car to go off the road and roll multiple times.

The woman, who was from Great Falls, died at the scene.


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