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Taylor Made: Local quilter featured in upcoming show
April 10, 2024 2 a.m.

Taylor Made: Local quilter featured in upcoming show

“Giving a quilt as a gift is like giving a piece of your heart, because you’ve put all that love and labor into making a quilt, and when you give it away, that is a treasure, truly a treasure.”

The birds are back: Migrating flocks settle at Freezout
March 27, 2024 2 a.m.

The birds are back: Migrating flocks settle at Freezout

You really can’t miss the birds.

Bears awake early, local organization looks to head off conflicts
March 20, 2024 2 a.m.

Bears awake early, local organization looks to head off conflicts

With bears reportedly coming out of hibernation around the state — nearly a month early — People and Carnivores Northwest Field Project Manager Ryan Wilbur made a presentation to Columbia Falls Chamber of Commerce members during their March luncheon on Tuesday, March 12.

Crew of USS Montana visits Montana Veterans Home
March 20, 2024 2 a.m.

Crew of USS Montana visits Montana Veterans Home

Crew members of the USS Montana, a nuclear submarine, paid a visit to the Flathead on Tuesday, including a stop at the Montana Veterans Home.

City will go ahead with affordable housing project
March 15, 2024 midnight

City will go ahead with affordable housing project

The Columbia Falls City Council last week decided to go ahead with an affordable housing project on Railroad Street on what is now a baseball field.

The Pie Lady: Jean Flynn’s pop-up pie stand pays vintage shops a visit
March 13, 2024 2 a.m.

The Pie Lady: Jean Flynn’s pop-up pie stand pays vintage shops a visit

PIE HERE NOW announces a sandwich board on Nucleus Avenue, the boldness of the proclamation softened by a picture of a smiling blond girl holding a bushel of wheat.

Opinion: Being Montanan
March 6, 2024 2 a.m.

Opinion: Being Montanan

Out of six hikers, my dog was the only one of us born in Montana. Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, South Carolina and me, Wyoming. As we looked out over the snowy mountains, Dee, the Pennsylvanian, named their peaks.

PHOTOS: Bye Bye Birdie
March 6, 2024 2 a.m.

PHOTOS: Bye Bye Birdie

Columbia Falls High School's opening night production of "Bye Bye Birdie" raised money for the choir's upcoming New York City Trip and the theater program.

Church Women donate $639K from Klothes Kloset sale
March 6, 2024 2 a.m.

Church Women donate $639K from Klothes Kloset sale

After selling the Klothes Kloset for $639,000 in December, Church Women United has turned right back around and given that money to 36 local nonprofits — and $165,000 of it to the Columbia Falls School District.

Baseball starts practice, hope snow subsides
March 6, 2024 2 a.m.

Baseball starts practice, hope snow subsides

“Right now, we’re at the mercy of Mother Nature. Our field has some huge drifts,” Green said. “So we’ll get the work done we can in [the gym] but we can’t really simulate being outside.”

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