Seaborn Larson, helenaironline

Seaborn Larson

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Missoula, MT, United States

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Recent:
  • helenaironline
  • mtstandard
Past:
  • Bozeman Chronicle
  • missoulian
  • Great Falls Tribune
  • THV11
  • USA TODAY
  • 13WMAZ News
  • WLTX
  • NBC Charlotte
  • 12 News
  • KYTX CBS19
  • and more…

Recent articles by Seaborn:

Republicans look to enhance partisan oversight over court administrator

A representative from the State Bar Association said the bill would violate the state Constitution. → Read More

Suspected homicide at Montana State Prison; no details released

State prison officials said no further information would be released while the investigation is pending. → Read More

State institutions 'symbiotic' to Deer Lodge Valley communities

The prison has anchored Deer Lodge for more than 150 years, about 20 years longer than Montana's statehood. → Read More

Governor's tax relief bills debut at state Legislature

Several tax relief bills introduced Tuesday build on measures passed by the 2021 Legislature. → Read More

State hospital 'accountability' bill clears Senate

"Without our organization having access to the records, the only oversight of the facility is internal." → Read More

Firm recommends closing, moving geriatric unit from state hospital

Legislation to end the admission of dementia patients at the state hospital is scheduled for a Jan. 13 hearing. → Read More

Republicans dial down rhetoric in final judicial report

"That is not the decorum the Legislature uses," Democratic Sen. Diane Sands said. → Read More

MHP trooper claims he was fired for seeking mental health resources

The Montana Department of Justice said it is investigating the former trooper's allegations. → Read More

Marijuana on the ballot: Granite remains 'red,' local taxes approved

Rural counties on Tuesday continued approving local option taxes on recreational marijuana sales by huge margins. → Read More

Supreme Court: Gustafson leads in early results

Those results arrived a half hour after polls closed Tuesday, with 66 of 663 precincts partially reported. → Read More

MT's only contested district court race shaped by statewide politics

There are a lot of peculiarities in this year’s race for district court judge in Cascade County. → Read More

Investigation finds DOJ likely discriminated in hiring due to political beliefs

A spokesperson for the Department of Justice on Thursday called the complaint "silly." → Read More

State public defender office amid 'meteoric turnaround,' new director says

"We're really optimistic right now," Director Brett Schandelson told lawmakers on Wednesday. → Read More

10 state inmates enrolled in college courses through federal grant

“It’ll help give me the skills and the ability to have a career and to stay out and never come back.” → Read More

Billings attorney says SupCo bid aims to bring 'different view'

Bill D'Alton has not raised a dime in his bid for the Montana Supreme Court, but that's intentional. → Read More

Billings attorney says SupCo bid aims to bring 'different view'

Bill D'Alton has not raised a dime in his bid for the Montana Supreme Court, but that's intentional. → Read More

Sergeant with ties to white nationalist out at state prison

The Montana Department of Corrections on Tuesday said Kelly Chambers' employment at the prison ended May 12. → Read More

Lawmakers move forward with proposed changes to child removal process

The bill emerged from an interim committee Friday and will appear in the upcoming 2023 Montana Legislature. → Read More

Corrections officer alleged 'kidnapping' as friction between staff, management heats up

"It's extremely dangerous," the prison's union president said this week. → Read More

'Management' top reason DPHHS facility employees considering an exit

A spokesperson for DPHHS said Friday the survey results provide specific objectives to address moving forward. → Read More