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North Forker Bonnie Hankey has something to be thankful for this holiday season — escaping the escalating war in I…
Montana Fish and Game along with local sportsmen groups stocked 3 million grayling into the newly-formed Hungry Horse Reservoir.
From tracking disease in Ponderosa pines to managing mosquitoes, Geographic Information Systems are doing more and more to help utilities, government and scien…
Ask Dr. Richard Buswell how many photos he’s taken and printed over the span of his 51-year career and he can tell you exactly: 534.
The Flathead County election department said last week that a ballot issue with a single home in the northeast part of Columbia Falls should be fixed soon.
Holiday festivities kick off in Columbia Falls the first weekend in December with the Night of Lights parade Friday, Dec. 1 and the Rotary Club’s Brunch with S…
As global warming continues to shrink glaciers and ice fields in Glacier National Park, another feature is growing on the landscape — small lakes from the melt…
Judge Amy Eddy denied Thursday a request by the man accused of shooting at his ex-girlfriend’s Columbia Falls home with an AR-15-style rifle last month for release from custody on his own recognizance.
Two people survived a plane crash in the Hungry Horse Reservoir Saturday.
The Wildcat Speech and Debate team competed at the AA Invitational Tournament in Bozeman over the weekend.
Challenger Kathryn Price edged incumbent Darin Fisher in the Columbia Falls city council election last week.
Christina Moser wasn’t really planning on opening a rock shop when she visited the empty 729 Nucleus Avenue storefront.
The final stages of the Hungry Horse Dam project were being finished up. The dam cost $102 million to construct.
Tuesday, Nov. 21, marks the deadline to comment online regarding hunting regulation proposals for the 2024-2025 hunting seasons in Montana.
A man accused of climbing into another motorist’s vehicle parked at a Columbia Falls gas station over the summer earned a pair of suspended sentences in Flathead County District Court last month.