While there have multiple rumors of a case of measles in Great Falls this winter, the Cascade City-County Health Department confirmed there has not been a positive test of the measles.
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While on patrol Wednesday, two Cascade County Sheriff’s deputies noticed something laying on the side of the road.
Students from Lincoln Elementary and both C.M. Russell High School and Great Falls High School had the opportunity to be guest presenters at the Great Falls Ad Club Wednesday afternoon.
The Great Falls firefighting community is mourning the loss of one of their own.
A new officer was sworn into the Great Falls Police Department this morning and he knows a thing or two about police work. Officer Joseph Mack has over 30 years’ experience as a police officer.
Cascade County is working on a major overhaul of zoning regulations.
Senator Jon Tester met with commanders of Malmstrom Air Force Base to talk about budget priorities Tuesday.
This week is National FFA Week and the Electric City Chapter is celebrating 10 years as a chapter.
Great Falls Fire Rescue is reminding the public to make sure snow is not piled on hydrants.
In what some dub as the “good Samaritan effect,” the tough conditions brought on by winter weather are inciting an eagerness to help others.
The Iditarod sled dog race is a 1,000-mile race that starts outside Anchorage, Alaska and goes all the way to Nome.
The company that restored the Cascade County Courthouse roof has won a national award.
All of this snow means a lot of work to clean it all up. David Blanchard, of Mr. Green Landscape Solutions, says their crews were out as early as two o’clock this morning.
On Friday afternoon, representatives of Great Falls College (GFC-MSU) released a statement via email inaccurately notifying all students that individuals on campus had been exposed to measles at an off-campus site.
The three high schools in town are coming together to send a powerful message.