HELENA – After about three months of construction, Helena’s newest schools are beginning to take shape.
July 18, 2018
SAINT IGNATIUS – One of the greatest things about living in Montana is the abundance of wildlife.
HELENA – International students are spending three weeks in Montana to learn about Native American culture.
GREAT FALLS – On Sunday, July 15, at about 11:30 pm, rangers in Glacier National Park discovered a partially paralyzed grizzly bear that had apparently fallen about 20 feet onto the road near Rim Rock, one mile west of Logan Pass.
GREAT FALLS – Every year, hundreds of people who work as police officers, firefighters, emergency medical personnel, and tow truck operators are injured, dismembered, paralyzed, or killed.
HELENA – Both the Republican and Democratic candidates for Montana’s lone U.S. House seat reported raising more than $400,000 since mid-May.
JEFFERSON CITY – Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) will begin construction on I-15 to replace a culvert and rebuild the roadway south of Jefferson City starting the week of July 23.
BILLINGS – Vice President Mike Pence will appear in Billings Wednesday, July 25, a day later than previously announced.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A bill sponsored by U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte of Montana to conserve 20 miles of East Rosebud Creek passed the House Tuesday with bipartisan support.
KALISPELL – Flathead Valley Community College received a $2.5 million gift from an anonymous donor to support the development of a new College Center on campus.
A former Montana couple is suing U.S. Customs & Border Protection for being unlawfully arrested and detained.
MISSOULA – We all know children need to be watched constantly when they’re around water, but even the most diligent supervision can’t prevent all accidents.
The top high school football athletes in the state will take the field for the annual East-West Shrine Game on Saturday, July 21st .
BOZEMAN – This football season at Montana State University will mark the beginning of a clear bag policy at Bobcat Stadium.
KALISPELL – A spike in deadly crashes across the state in the last few weeks have emergency medical professionals issuing a helmet safety reminder.