About 30 volunteers dug out holes, added compost, placed trees, secured them with stakes and added tree guards to protect them.
Drivers turned between barrels in a serpentine course and practiced tight 90-degree turns. They were graded on how close they could get to an obstacle without actually hitting it.
HELENA – Ziggy is 7 years old, but he has a lot of energy for an adult cat.
HELENA-Governor Steve Bullock and students worked together Thursday morning at Tenmile Creek Park, to highlight the importance of outdoor service opportunities, conservation and public access in the state.
GREAT FALLS- For Travis Grove, the dream of opening his own gun store is finally coming true.
GREAT FALLS- Get Fit Great Falls’ Park Pals Program and the Great Falls Public Schools’ Free Public Meal Program both kicked off for the summer Tuesday.
GREAT FALLS-The C.M. Russell Museum unveiled a new exhibition Friday that will be on display for a few months: Return to Calgary, Charles M. Russell and the 1919 Victory Stampede.
HELENA – St. Peter’s Health and Montana Generational Justice will be holding a joint Legal Document Clinic this Thursday June 13 at the hospital.
GREAT FALLS – Two months ago, Makayla Cooper started the Butterfly Effect for Domestic Violence Survivors in Great Falls.
HELENA – West Mont Flower and Trading Co. staff say they’re heartbroken after discovering their new delivery vehicle had been stolen on Monday, June 10.
HELENA — The Last Chance Splash Waterpark and Pool is set for swimmers to dive deep this summer, starting Monday June 17.
HELENA – The Helena Civic Center announced Monday that Three Dog Night will play on Saturday, December 28, 2019 at 8:00 p.m.
MISSOULA – While we’ve all been watching with enthusiasm this week as “Miss Montana” takes part in the 75th anniversary of the “D-Day” invasion, there’s one Missoula man who knows every inch, every rivet, on the historic plane. That’s because for years, master mechanic Don Micknak kept her in the air.
GREAT FALLS – David Boone, an artist who currently resides in Missoula, is traveling across the state to tell a story through his music.
BILLINGS – A Montana State University-Billings professor and his students are digging deeper into the history of Billings by analyzing Boothill Cemetery.