Remains Identified as Missing Montana Woman

Darlene Billie, of St. Ignatius, went missing while visiting family last October near Montana-North Dakota border

By Associated Press

MANNING, N.D. — Sheriff’s officials say remains found in western North Dakota earlier this month are those of a missing Montana woman.

The Dunn County Sheriff’s Office says the family of Darlene Billie has been notified of the identification. The 55-year-old woman from St. Ignatius went missing last October after she left to visit family near the Montana-North Dakota border.

KXMB-TV reports the remains were found Sept. 3 in the northwest part of the county.

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