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Updated 20 hours, 34 minutes ago

Junior high wraps up year with 8th grade awards

Kamry Young was named most outstanding eighth grader during the junior high’s year-end awards ceremony last week. …

Updated 1 week ago
Opinion: Superintendent explains levy impacts

The past four months have been a whirlwind of communication efforts to ensure that everyone had the information they needed to make the best decision they could make for themselves during the May elections.

Updated 1 week ago
CFAC tours next Wednesday

The Columbia Falls Aluminum Company invites people to visit the proposed remediation area on tours from 1-3:30 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. June 12.

Updated 1 week ago
Court gives neighbors say in Glacier National Park inholder lawsuit

A group of West Glacier residents have been given intervenor status in a federal case involving a private home that many charge was built illegally on the bank…

Updated 1 week ago
Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation seeks volunteers

The Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation is looking for volunteers for a slate of trail maintenance projects within the 1.6-million-acre Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex this summer.

Updated 1 week ago
Experience a goat farm en route to Glacier Park

Folks can now get a farm experience in the Canyon, with the new “Goats of Glacier” facility in Coram.

Updated 1 week ago
Yesterdays: Glacier National Park bulldozer operator Charles Siderius survived rolling his dozer 350 feet off the Going-to-the-Sun Road near Logan Pass

Flathead County Commissioners were lobbying Montana’s congressional delegation to finish attaching three bridges to cross the North Fork of the Flathead River …

Updated 1 week ago
Man reaches plea deal in heinous rape case

David Elven Kellogg, 55, on May 23 agreed to plead guilty to a felony charge of sexual intercourse without consent and felony sexual abuse of children.

Updated 2 weeks ago
Snowpack holding up in higher terrain, data shows

High-elevation snowpack in the Swan Range has remained near or above historical averages for most of May thanks to a series of cold storms that dumped snow and…

Updated 2 weeks ago
A rare bookshop enters its twilight phase

Located off Lake Blaine Road, Parkland Books has been a treasure trove for bibliophiles seeking national park books and publications or rare and out-of-print b…

Updated 2 weeks ago
FWP plans trail improvements in Bad Rock WMA

Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks last month issued a plan to construct new trails, improve existing trails, and install boundary fencing at Bad Rock Canyon Wi…

Updated 2 weeks ago
New book looks at the history of Glacier’s red buses

The role of two Montanans in saving the red buses of Glacier National Park is recounted in a new book, “Glacier’s Reds—The quest to save the park’s historic bu…

Updated 2 weeks ago
Junior High student projects look to do some good

Aiden Crosswhite brought speakers to the Columbia Falls Junior High to talk about misconceptions about Native Americans.

Updated 2 weeks ago
River Alliance offering free safety event

The Flathead Rivers Alliance announces a free May 29 Spring River Safety Workshop for the public to kick-off the 2024 float season — bringing in leading expert…

Updated 3 weeks ago
Columbia Falls singers, musicians do well at festival

Superior ensembles: Percussion ensemble; Columbians; Jazz Combo; flute quartet (Daylen Brunson, Kjasa Mohr, Eleanor Smiley and Merrell Cooley); clarinet trio (Claire Bates, Eric Miner and Tiptin Tourville); Greyson…

Updated 3 weeks ago
At Kiowa Junction, a new mercantile has opened

On Mother’s Day Kiowa Junction, the historic intersection of the Looking Glass Highway and Highway 89 on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation was something it hasn…