Thirty middle- and high-school students from Lewis and Clark, Jefferson and Broadwater Counties submitted artwork urging their peers to say no to tobacco. Four prize-winning entries were recognized Wednesday.
March 14, 2019
HELENA – From teen events to computer classes, the Lewis and Clark Library offers a catalog of free programs as a way to better the community.
HELENA – This weekend Helena High students will be dazzling and educating at the annual Science Circus.
HELENA- The Salvation Army has packed extra care for those affected by frozen pipes due to severe winter weather.
Less than a week from now it will officially be spring, but the signs are beginning to show already.
EAST HELENA- Investigators have placed crime scene tape around a home in East Helena.
HELENA – On a bipartisan vote, the Montana House Thursday endorsed a bill that would prohibit judges from suspending someone’s driver’s license for non-payment of court fines or costs.
March 14th, 3/14, is known by some as Pi Day but it may not be the type of pie that you’re thinking about.
This is the first year Montana is participating in Girls Go CyberStart, a free educational program to encourage girls to learn critical thinking and problem solving skills, using an online game.
BILLINGS – Six years ago, Karlee Albertson saw a commercial on the Disney Channel challenging viewers to be the change they wanted to be in the world. She didn’t hesitate to take up the challenge.
BOZEMAN – The unusual amount of snow is to blame for the collapse of a horse arena at a Bozeman nonprofit dedicated to helping women veterans.
HELENA – A new proposal to ban Montana campaign spending by foreign nationals that was introduced in the Legislature on Wednesday has strong support from Gov. Steve Bullock.
GREAT FALLS – A project in Great Falls that has been in the works since the mid-1990s will soon get started.
GREAT FALLS – Senator Jon Tester said Wednesday that funding for upgrades at Malmstrom Air Force Base is threatened due to President Trump’s disaster emergency declaration.
DILLON – The first-ever Save the Snow Climate Summit kicked off on Thursday at Maverick Mountain and at the University of Montana Western.