MTPR

Evening Newscast 05-11-18

May 11, 2018

Primary election Day in Montana isn't until June fifth, but absentee voting is getting underway in what has become most Montanans' preferred way to cast their vote.

Demolition of the closed Columbia Falls Aluminum Co. plant, which has been declared a federal Superfund site is scheduled to wrap up by early next year.

The Flathead National Forest has approved 2,600 acres of commercial logging just north of the Hungry Horse reservoir.

The National Park Service is discontinuing a joint pass that allowed visitors to enter both Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks on a single admission fee.

The flooding Clark Fork River at Missoula is forecast to hit just over 14 feet by Saturday afternoon.