Student of the Week: Colt Parocai of Conrad High School
The fundraiser is to assist his family with the costs of his cancer treatment.
The United Way of Cascade County’s grant process is open to all local nonprofits.
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient will use her grant money to make sure students are comfortable while they explore literature.
Earlier this month, students at Lincoln Elementary School were getting into shape and having fun with the help of One Class At A Time.
Lincoln Elementary P.E. Teacher Denise Pidcock will use her grant to purchase penalty box kits for her students.
Student of the Week: Jackie Long of Highwood High School
Earlier this month, French students at C.M. Russell High School were able to explore the world using facts they learned in class.
The event is scheduled for Saturday, March 9 at the Meadow Lark Country Club.
O’Connor and Schnider Funeral Homes are now offering grief support meetings.
The C.M. Russell High School Cheer Kids’ Camp is right around the corner.
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient plans to help young students learn more about coding.
The 35th annual Walleyes Unlimited Banquet is set for Saturday, February 2 in the Electric City.
The Great Falls Lions Club has partnered with the Montana School for the Deaf and Blind to raise money for a new device.
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient will use her grant to help engage her students in the classroom.
The new materials can be used in a number of exercises that work the whole body in a short amount of time.
The inaugural ball is the first combined celebration of Catholic education in central Montana.
The 2019 Bridal Extravaganza is right around the corner in the Electric City.
The Antique Tractor and Toy Show is coming to Great Falls this week.
Logan Carter and Jasmine Taylor with the Great Falls LGBTQ Center stopped by to talk about a new way for Electric City youth to connect.