The fundraising continues by businesses owned (or formerly owned) by Missoula entrepreneur Michael Burks and his family to assist the victims of the March 15th shooting spree in Missoula, Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer and Brian Leischner an independent trucker severely injured by a wrong way dr…
Fresh from a visit to the Great Falls area on Wednesday, Montana Senator Steve Daines stopped by the KGVO studios early Thursday morning with two of his aides to talk about a variety of issues, the first being his hospital visit with Trooper Wade Palmer in Salt Lake City.
A major fundraising event to benefit 301 Strong, the nonprofit organization that is raising funds for severely wounded Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer is scheduled for Saturday, May 4 at Neptune Aviation at the Missoula International Airport.
Various fundraising efforts begun not long after one person was killed and three others were gravely wounded after a road-rage sparked shooting spree on March 15 and 16 have increased, with new efforts being announced
Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Wade Palmer, who was shot multiple times and critically wounded by a suspect on March 15, has regained consciousness in the University Of Utah Medical Center in Salt Lake City, and his condition has been upgraded to stable.
Jonathan Bertsch, the man accused of shooting one man to death and gravely wounding three others on March 14, including a Montana Highway Patrol Trooper, was arraigned in Missoula District Court on Thursday, and appeared via video from the Missoula County Jail.
It was an intimidating yet inspiring sight.
Over one hundred uniformed law enforcement personnel from agencies across western Montana attended the initial court appearance of 29 year-old Jonathan Bertsch.