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‘He launched them, I caught them,’ Vets now on Memorial Wall
Juan Cantu and Karl Grein both now have their names on the veterans living memorial wall at Marantette Park, but...
Columbia Falls teens win state fishing tourney
A pair of Columbia Falls High School freshmen fishermen have qualified for a national championship fishing tournament after winning the Montana Student Angle...
Yesterdays: Bear trees hikers at Avalanche Lake
George H. Beaton, plow foreman and William A. Whitford were killed in an avalanche while plowing the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park.
Plea deal reached in drunk driving case
A Columbia Falls motorist arrested after allegedly drunkenly colliding with a family of cyclists last summer has struck a plea deal with prosecutors.
FEC election results
Flathead Electric Cooperative’s annual election results are in.
Glacier starting bear monitoring
Glacier National Park is participating in an interagency effort led by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Park to monitor grizzly bear population trends in the North...
FWP seeks comments on projects
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking public comment on several items.
The Blotter: Bong smoker on newspaper's front lawn
A male left Super One with a bag of groceries and headed east on Highway 2 in a white Subaru.
Yesterdays: Ruder bear featured in Nat Geo
The Flathead National Forest was fighting spruce bark beetles by cutting down some spruce trees, waiting for the beetles to infest them, then spraying the do...
Skateboarders have already raised $400,000 for new park in Columbia Falls
The Bad Rock Skate Park Association hopes to soon do a formal land survey at Fenholt Park in Columbia Falls for a new skatepark after the city concurred with...
Zinke introduces legislation to help communities near national parks
Montana Rep. Ryan Zinke has teamed with Mary Peltola (D-Alaska) to introduce bipartisan legislation to aid communities adjacent to national parks deal with t...
Co-op approves stabproof vests for ambulance
Flathead Electric Cooperative’s Roundup for Safety Board of Directors recently awarded $16,200 to two area nonprofits.
Flathead National Forest looking at 25 special use permits this summer
The Flathead National Forest is requesting public input on the issuance of 25 temporary special use permits authorizing outfitting and guiding activities and recreation events to individuals, groups, businesses, ...
County begins work on Blankenship, Belton Stage Roads
Flathead County has started work on reconstructing and rehabilitating roads in the North Fork and West Glacier areas, it announced recently.
Rocks bring a little happiness to the world, classroom
Melissa Sweeney wants to bring a little happiness and compassion into the world, one rock at a time.