While the Great Falls Rescue Mission offers meals and a place to stay for those in need, it also provides medical services.
Both departments also honored citizens in the community for their lifesaving actions.
More rain in the forecast over the next 7 days, with the most widespread precipitation from Tuesday through Thursday with QPF amounts ranging from 05.-1.5″. Temperatures remaining below-average as well.
Well below-average temperatures continue over the next week with several more chances of precipitation.
About 200 people gathered at the Mansfield Convention Center to celebrate law enforcement officers Friday afternoon for the annual Great Falls Police Department awards ceremony.
Special Olympics Montana will host its final events for the 2019 Summer Games throughout the day Friday despite the rainy weather.
Shelly and Sheila Kidd are on the Havre Blue Ponies Special Olympics Montana team and not only are they sisters, they are twins.
Several staff members of the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office received awards and were recognized Thursday afternoon during National Police Week.
The annual Friends of the Great Falls Public Library book sale began Wednesday afternoon.
Athletes, supporters, and family members danced to live music, watched acrobatics, and, of course, witnessed the final leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run.
The Opheim Special Olympics Team is small but proud, with only three total athletes competing this year.
Over 300 law enforcement officers and athletes carried the Flame of Hope over 2,200 miles to end in Great Falls.
While many 7-year-olds try to find ways to get out of doing chores, that’s not the case for Kynzie Hendon.
A Great Falls resident is bringing a classic Bible story — with a modern twist — to the stage.
A few showers and thunderstorms possible Sunday and Monday afternoon north and east of GF. Otherwise, temperatures remain above average and otherwise mostly dry through mid-week. Cooler and wetter conditions move in by Friday.
Ridging remains in control of the weather through mid work week with above average temperatures and mostly dry conditions. Wetter and cooler conditions move in by Friday and next weekend.
If you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend, there is still time to register for the 5th annual Kolor Me 4 Kids Fun Run.
Out of a record 6,318 students across 48 states who participated in StudentCam, C-SPAN’s annual student video documentary competition, three local high schoolers received third place.
Fourth-graders from across Cascade County flocked to Montana ExpoPark Thursday to learn about an important subject in Montana: agriculture.
Love and politics blend together in “The Star Spangled Girl,” a play that will be presented by the C.M. Russell High School Drama Department this week.