HELENA – Members of the Montana Public Health Association (MPHA) helped protect a part of their history on Wednesday January 16 by preserving a time capsule containing historic artifacts and documents.
HELENA – First responders are warning people to take extra care when out on frozen lakes after conditions have lead to unsafe ice in some places.
HELENA – Governor Steve Bullock, First Lady Lisa Bullock and Montana No Kid Hungry announced $70,125 in grant funding to benefit school breakfast programs.
HELENA – Veterinary professionals are cautioning pet owners about Canine Influenza Virus (CIV) and recommended that certain dogs should be vaccinated.
HELENA – The United Way of the Lewis and Clark Area are asking those affected by homelessness to reach out in anticipation of the next community homelessness survey.
HELENA – The Montana State Capitol currently holds the 66th Legislature, Governor’s Office, the Office of the Secretary of State and some of the most impressive pieces of artwork in the state.
HELENA – The Lewis and Clark Humane Society (LCHS) has announced Kelsee Dalton Watts as their next Executive Director.
HELENA – The American Legion Lewis and Clark Post #2 will be collecting donations over the weekend for the families affected by a devastating house fire on Raymond Street last week.
HELENA – ExplorationWorks staff say kids and adults alike will find their new exhibit electrifying.
HELENA – The employees of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) donated $3,500 to the Friendship Center on Tuesday January 8.
HELENA – After three decades Montana officially has a new Clerk of the Montana Supreme Court.
HELENA – Lewis and Clark County justice of the peace Michael Swingley set bond at $10,000 for a man accused of robbing another man at gunpoint.
HELENA – Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes officials say a deal has been reached with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) that would allow the transport of 5 bull bison from the Yellowstone ecosystem to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.
HELENA – Since its inception in 2004 the Montana Tobacco Quit Line (1-800-784-8669) has received more than 95,000 calls.
HELENA – The first reported birth of 2019 in Helena happened Tuesday evening at St. Peter’s Health.