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Family finds themselves victims of mold
About four years ago Pastor Nick Picklesimer’s wife, Sarah, started getting sick with respiratory problems — she...
Still time to file for school board election
Five people are running for three open seats on the Columbia Falls School District 6 board in this spring election.
Old Gateway School sale closes March 31
Columbia Falls School District 6 earlier this month approved the final purchase and sale agreement of the old Glacier Gateway Elementary School to Ruis Gateway LLC, owned by Columbia Falls developer Mick Ruis.
Yesterday: Mysterious flash across the night sky
Seventeen companies were bidding on the contract to construct the Anaconda Aluminum Co.
Mayor wants Columbia Falls residents to speak up at hearing
Columbia Falls Mayor Don Barnhart said he hoped that “citizens of Columbia Falls” attend an upcoming public hearing on a proposed subdivision east of the Flathead River next week.
Woman sentenced in dog shooting case
The Flathead Valley woman who became the target of international outrage last year after allegedly shooting a dog she mistook for a wolf and then boasting about it on social media received a six month deferred se...
A pancake supper is planned at the North Valley Senior Center in Columbia Falls from 4 to 7 p.m. March 31.
Night at the Movies
The Columbia Falls High School Choir will have a “Night at the Movies” concert featuring songs from the stage and screen at 7 p.m. March 21 at the Columbia Falls Little Theater.
Columbia Falls Women’s Connection will host a luncheon on Wednesday, March 22 at 11:30 a.m. at the First Baptist Church located at 827 9th St West in Columbia Falls.
Little Cat track
Little Cats track for grades 1-6 is now taking registrations through April 10.
Garner senior fraud talk coming up at FVCC in April
The public is invited to the second annual Senior Fraud Protection Summit on April 1 to learn about how to protect against fraud scams that target seniors.
Gianforte signs property tax relief bill
Flanked by dozens of Republican lawmakers on the steps of the state Capitol, Gov. Greg Gianforte signed a tax cut, rebate and spending package totaling more than $1 billion Monday.
Art, furniture, lighting, clothing, Coyote a unique shop
An eclectic new shop has opened on Nucleus Avenue next to Brooklyn Bagels.
The Blotter: Too many dogs in city limits
A homeowner on Columbia Drive was concerned about their neighbor’s dogs barking, they had at least eight dogs which is beyond the city ordinance of four.
The Building is his Canvas
Grand vistas that many would recognize. Striking portraits. Wildlife on the move through the Montana landscape.
Cleanup of Kaiser Mead plant lends clues into CFAC future
The cleanup at the former Kaiser Mead aluminum smelter near Spokane, Washington could provide insight as to how the Columbia Falls Aluminum Co. plant is ulti...