MILES CITY – The Miles City Police Department has opened a criminal investigation into a former longtime Miles City high school athletic trainer accused of sexually abusing possibly hundreds of boys decades ago.
HELENA- Lewis and Clark Brewery in Helena brought home multiple awards from the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado.
HELENA- Aircraft giant Boeing is holding job fairs to fill multiple positions for its Fabrication Division in Helena.
HELENA- Money raised by U.S. Senate candidates will be easier to track, thanks to passage of a bill in which both Montana senators played a role.
SHELBY- Across Montana’s country side you’ll find family farms and ranches blanketing the landscape.
VAUGHN-Applestem Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch is ready for its 14th season.
Happy Fall, y’all! Saturday was the Autumnal Equinox, which marks the official beginning of the season, although meteorological Autumn began on September 1st.
NAMI Montana estimates one in five families in the state have been affected by mental illness. The annual walk not only raises awareness of the issue – it also raises revenue to continue the organization’s support services.
More than 500 dogs entered the event, and more than 70 different breeds were represented – from Great Danes to Italian greyhounds.
Veterans read off the names of 53 Montanans listed as prisoners of war or missing in action – mostly from World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. An empty chair was set up, covered with the POW/MIA flag, to memorialize the people who weren’t able to return home.
GREAT FALLS – We have received reports of a large police presence near 9th Street South and 3rd Avenue.
HELENA – Crew members of the currently under construction USS Montana are touring the the Big Sky state this week to inform the public about the new warship.
Helena Sand and Gravel removed all traffic controls on West Main Thursday. Leaders say they’re pleased with how smoothly the nearly five-month project went.
Meet Jack. He was rescued along with 5 other cats.
ROBERTS – The Roberts boys basketball coach accused of an inappropriate relationship with a female student continued working on school grounds for about a month after criminal charges were filed, the school superintendent said Thursday.