HELENA – The Helena Fire Department is welcoming 800 area 2nd graders to Fire Station One throughout the week for Fire Prevention Week.
October 8, 2018
Montana is in a colder weather pattern that will last for the next few days. Areas of snow mainly in the mountains and along the Continental Divide.
HELENA – October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and staff at St. Peter’s Health are reminding people to get screened regularly.
HELENA – After 33 years, Great Divide Ski Area in Marysville is being sold, according to owner Kevin Taylor.
HELENA – This week marks the first week Helena’s nine newest firefighters begin their new shifts.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – The golden hues of fall are starting to give way to colder temperatures, but this year it seemed like Yellowstone National Park was displaying more color than ever.
PARADISE VALLEY – There are places to mine gold, but for at least the next 20 years, it won’t be on the border of Yellowstone National Park.
FORT BENTON – It’s no wonder what many refer to as the birthplace of Montana is home to multiple well-known museums.
HELENA – Montana has only three contested races for statewide office this year – but one of them is getting scant public attention: Clerk of the Montana Supreme Court.
GREAT FALLS – Bobby the cat arrived back home in Great Falls on Friday afternoon after a cross-country adventure and winding up in Nevada.
HAMILTON – It may seem past time to throw your hat in the ring, but a Hamilton man believes it’s never too late to offer people a choice, and that’s what he’s going to do in one of the races for Ravalli County commissioner.
GREAT FALLS – Some people took advantage of Sunday’s nice weather to better parts of Highway 89.
HELENA – Helena firefighters have raised about $13,000 for a good cause through their annual “Fill the Boot” fundraiser. The Helena Firefighters IAFF Local 448
HELENA – Governor Steve Bullock last week announced $490,000 in grant awards for productions filming in Montana, including a grant responsible for bringing the Ed Harris-backed feature film “The Ploughman” to Fort Benton and Great Falls.
BILLINGS – State Auditor Matt Rosendale and Republican Senate candidate called the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh for the U.S. Supreme Court a “historic day.” Rosendale