Owner Ted Culbertson and his employees prepared a fully accessible wheelchair van. But in a surprise, another local veteran donated a second van.
The event brought together Gold Star families – the families of fallen military members – with veterans and others from around the area.
17-year-old Nate Furlong, a Capital High senior and member of Troop 1206, is a candidate to become an Eagle Scout. As a service project, he decided to help the Center for Mental Health refurbish tables and chairs from their day treatment dining and recreation areas.
Agencies like Lewis and Clark Search and Rescue and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks partnered with business sponsors like Toyota and Home Depot to provide about 100 complimentary life jackets at the park.
Mr. Wilson is 8 years old and looking for a new place to call home.
MISSOULA – More than 100 people have died this year so far in vehicle accidents in Montana. Behind every crash we talk about, there is a family dealing with an unimaginable loss. It’s a story we don’t often hear. But one Missoula family shared their story about the day that changed their lives forever and the man they’ll never forget.
GREAT FALLS – The Grace Home Veterans Center broke ground on Thursday for its new garage.
BILLINGS – Goats may be cute, but they are a lot of work.
MISSOULA – Efforts to feed the hungry in Montana get a major boost, with the donation of an entire truckload of nutritious food.
CUT BANK – Pardue Grain was founded in Glacier County in 1959 by a partnership between Art Pardue and Herb Sammons. By 1964, Pardue Grain had grown to 285,000 bushels of storage and a railway spur.
HELENA – Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana announced a combined S100,000 in grants for two area non-profits.
GREAT FALLS – In 2011, October Perez, affectionately known as Toby, died after being abused by her mother’s boyfriend.
Toby’s House board chair Leesha Ford said this was a horrendous case for the Great Falls community and that Great Falls has a tremendous amount of child abuse and neglect. “We felt like it was something that could have been prevented,” Ford said.
BILLINGS – The Flying Fools are making a splash at MontanaFair.
GREAT FALLS- Tuesday marks the fourth anniversary of the death of Cascade County Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Dunn.
HELENA – The Helena YWCA received a $50,000 grant that will benefit two programs at the non-profit.