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Detention officer sentenced

A Former detention officer with the Lake County Sheriff’s Office was sentenced at District Court in Missoula on Aug. 31 to a total of 42 days jail time. Korren Katelyn Fehrenbach, 25, pleaded guilty on Aug. 10 to misdemeanor charges of transferring illegal articles and official misconduct. The guilt...

Missoula County to host virtual summit on restoring passenger rail to southern MT

News from Missoula County MISSOULA – Missoula County will host a virtual Montana Passenger Rail Summit from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, to educate and advocate for the restoration of passenger rail service to southern Montana and continued support of the Empire Builder. The event will al...

Former detention officer could get 50 days in jail

A former detention officer with the Lake County Sheriff’s Office has admitted to her role in providing a mobile phone to an inmate in the Lake County jail.  Korren Katelyn Fehrenbach, 25, of Polson, entered a plea of guilty at District Court in Polson on Aug. 10 to misdemeanor charges of transf...

UM research honored for international impact
 UM research honored for international impact


From UM News Service
 MISSOULA – A respected international ranking organization recently listed the University of Montana among the most impactful institutions in the U.S. for research. The CWTS Leiden Ranking 2020 offers insights into the research performance of more than 1,000 major universit...

Speech, hearing support helps improve communication skills Speech, hearing support helps improve communication skills

LAKE COUNTY – When Bella McKenzie was a baby, she knew what she wanted, but she had a hard time telling people what it was.  “We had a hard time understanding her, so she would scream,” Bella’s mother, Michelle McKenzie, said.  At a well-child visit when Bella was two,...

Briefs for May 27, 2020

UM Art Museum reopens with popular Monte Dolack exhibition UM News Service  MISSOULA – After a two-and-a-half-month closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Montana Museum of Art and Culture at the University of Montana reopened its doors Tuesday, May 19, with strict adherence to saf...

Faculty group launches emergency fund for students

UM News Service MISSOULA – The University Faculty Association at the University of Montana has launched a new fund to aid students struggling with emergency expenses. The faculty union created the fund to help students struggling with expenses that could force them to not complete spring semest...

UM researchers work on COVID-19 vaccine

UM News Service MISSOULA – Researchers in the Center for Translational Medicine at the University of Montana have been awarded $2.5 million in funding from the National Institutes of Health to identify and advance a COVID-19 vaccine candidate. The principal investigator on the two-year award is...

People find unique ways to unite during time of social distancing People find unique ways to unite during time of social distancing

POLSON – Montanans have found their own unique way to continue socializing in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic while following social distancing guidelines and stay-at-home measures to reduce the spread of the virus.  Across the world, attempts to connect to neighbors and friends who haven&rs...

Williams pleads not guilty to theft, other charges Williams pleads not guilty to theft, other charges

Seth Houston Dean Williams, 29, of Polson entered a plea of not guilty at District Court in Polson on April 15 to misdemeanor charges of driving with a license that is suspended or revoked, fleeing from or eluding a peace officer, operating with expired registration and a felony count for theft. The charg...


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