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.
Michael Geboe and Wes Old Coyote stopped by to talk about an event sponsored by the Indian Family Health Clinic featuring performer Supaman in Great Falls.
But one C.M. Russell High School teacher is working to provide more fitness options for students and athletes through the help of One Class At A Time.
Earlier this month, MTN News returned to Giant Springs Elementary in Great Falls where 6th grade students were using technology to sharpen their communication skills.
Smart Recovery is a new self-help support group for people with addictions.
It’s that time of the year again for Eagle Mount’s Margarita Meltdown.
A new feature on the website will showcase restaurants with healthy menu choices.
The Speech and Debate Tournament is hosted by Great Falls Uptown Optimists and is Friday, January 11 and Saturday, January 12.
Last month, KRTV returned to Hobson Public Schools where 5th graders were preparing to learn about the world around them through the use of technology.
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient will use her grant to teach students more about public speaking.
Monday, January 7, 2019 at 7 PM – 9 PM; limit of 27 people.
Community Connection: Preservation Cascade annual meeting
Hadlee Bleskin of Great Falls High School
Jon Wick moved to Montana to become a teacher – and never left.
Portia Taylor of Cut Bank High School
The bar’s Christmas-time cocktail has become a holiday staple for patrons from all corners of the state.
Wayne Thares visited KRTV to talk about the Santa Pub Crawl.