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The winter season gets closer every day with more snow last week and colder temperatures in the single digits, m...
Schellinger Construction has plans for a 103-lot subdivision near Meadow Lake Resort.
The Montana Department of Transportation and Riverside Contracting have paused construction on Secondary Highway 206 near Columbia Falls for the winter season.
A Columbia Falls man facing drug charges in Lincoln County after a traffic stop in June near Fortine pleaded guilty and was sentenced on Monday, Nov. 7.
Essex residents are wondering why the rule has not already been enforced, as the members of the community have gone weeks without service at times.
Columbia Falls Community Kitchen will be serving free, hot meals on Nov. 29 and 30 at 6 p.m. in the basement of St. Richard’s Catholic Church.
“Without a liquor license, the Lodge — a destination resort that touts fine dining as one of its attractions — can’t legally sell alcohol, which would likely be a death blow,” the memo said.
Glacier National Park said Friday it has not made a final decision on whether to implement a reservation system for the Two Medicine and Many Glacier valleys.
Glacier National Park will require reservations for Many Glacier and the Two Medicine valleys in the summer of 2023. That’s in addition to the reservation re...
Moments from the Veteran's Day Assembly at Columbia Falls High School on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022.
The rut is officially on and wildlife in Glacier are still out and about as winter temperatures begin to set in.
“C’mon, sit on it,” I said the to the fellas.
A few years in the making, the West Glacier Vision Plan will go before Flathead County Commissioners on Nov. 22 for final approval.
The City of Columbia Falls will look to put some teeth into its resort tax after several businesses apparently did not pay the tax, almost a year later.
On Tuesday a state District Court in Lewis and Clark County issued a temporary restraining order impacting some of Montana’s wolf hunting and trapping regula...
They were floating about 80,000 board feet of logs down the Hungry Horse Reservoir that were logged from Graves and Wheeler Creeks by L.P. Tonner, a Martin C...