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After a pick-up truck crashed into The Pita Pit on 10th Avenue South on September 16, they are now re-open.
Teacher Katharine Howard purchased new atlases for the students, who used them in a scavenger hunt around the globe.
A film based in 1960’s Great Falls will be on the big screen Wednesday night as part of its tour around the state.
Volunteers, current participants, and graduates of the Veterans Treatment Court came together to celebrate the success of the program.
Sixth-grade Teacher Ashley Moore will use her grant to purchase copies of visual dictionaries.
The two candidates for House District 22 in Great Falls kept an especially close eye on the counting.
The Great Falls Police Department is asking for help locating a missing 79-year-old female.
Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers has released the November 2018 “Most Wanted” list. If you have information about the location of any of the people on
Jim Posewitz will be signing copies of his book at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center on Thursday, November 15.
Great Falls High School is digging deep into its creative side by utilizing clay from current construction projects.
The next “Future Of The Falls” forum will be on Monday, December 3rd
This week’s One Class At A Time grant will help students at Lincoln Elementary School explore creative writing.
The Great Falls community marked Veterans Day and the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I with a ceremony at Centene Stadium.
With music, food, and dancing, the Great Falls LGBTQ Center held its first-ever Masquerade Gala to help fundraise for the continuation of the services it provides the community.