The Camp Fire is now known as the most destructive fire in California’s history as it has destroyed 6,400 homes and killed 29 people with the death toll expected to rise.
November 12, 2018
HELENA – It may still be more than a month away from Christmas, but Helena area families are already getting into the holiday spirit by bringing joy to children overseas.
HAVRE – All classes and activities at Havre High School are canceled Tuesday due to a threat.
HELENA – State lawmakers on Wednesday will choose their leadership for the 2019 Legislature – and new faces are guaranteed for the top spots in the Montana House.
HELENA – 1889 Coffeehouse had their ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, September 12 and is now open to the public.
A HIGH WIND WATCH is in effect for areas off of the Rocky Mountain Front from Tuesday through Wednesday.
HELENA — For the first time this century, Carroll College will be looking for a new head football coach.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS – Sandfire, the company planning the Black Butte Copper Project, will have to build a water treatment pond to get the project approved.
MISSOULA – More than 20 fire engines and over 100 Montana firefighters are stepping up to help combat the fires that are devastating California.
BOZEMAN – The Montana Better Business Bureau is urging people to be aware of scams on Veterans Day.
BOZEMAN – On Sunday, at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, people from around the Gallatin Valley gathered at the Sunset Hills Cemetery to honor veterans who have served throughout the years.
BILLINGS – The Western Heritage Center observed a moment of silence and listened to the bell and volleys from the Bells of Peace Ceremony several blocks away.
GREAT FALLS – The Great Falls community marked Veterans Day and the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I with a ceremony at
BILLINGS – MetraPark announced Monday that “Weird Al” Yankovic will perform at the Rimrock Auto Arena next summer.
Ana Cortez is currently the assistant city manager for Yakima, Washington. She previously worked for a number of cities in California, most recently West Sacramento.