During the winter, priority is staying warm. Staying warm might be hard for some who do not have a place to call home.
February 7, 2019
The Montana Department of Agriculture will soon ask growers of hemp whether they want to form an advisory committee on the product.
A portion of Great Falls went without power for about five hours Thursday morning.
A Democratic lawmaker Thursday introduced the first bill this Legislature to continue Medicaid expansion in Montana, saying the program providing health coverage to 95,000 low-income adults should remain largely unchanged.
A former Cascade County Sheriff’s Office accountant has pleaded guilty to taking money from the Sheriff’s Office while employed there.
Gov. Steve Bullock’s proposal for $160 million in bonding to finance infrastructure projects across Montana cleared its first committee Thursday – but Republicans made it clear it contents are likely to change later.
Students involved in the High School House program through NeighborWorks Great Falls set down their tools Thursday for a celebration.
The educators released a second snow day announcement video on social media canceling classes for Thursday, February 7.
Snow moves in Friday and Saturday
Sean Kochel takes a different approach when it comes to making his guitars. And that approach starts with his unique choice of woods. Where some
Alluvion Health, formerly known as the Community Health Care Center, has officially announced its new name.
You can get your outdoor fix without sitting in the cold this Friday night by enjoying some outdoor films.
Geneva Nadeau of Hays, who was convicted of sexually abusing and photographing a child, was sentenced in federal court Wednesday.
Between avalanches, lost hikers, skiers, and snowmobilers, Gallatin County Search and Rescue keep busy during the winter months. But when they respond to incidents, they have special team members with four legs to help.
There’s a simple way to check up on your financial health and avoid fraud. Each year, consumers are entitled to three free credit reports thanks to the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act.
Republicans are preparing to overhaul Gov. Steve Bullock’s $300 million-plus of infrastructure proposals – but they’re also working on a new framework to guide future spending on major building projects.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking information about vandalism at the Eureka Reservoir Fishing Access Site near Choteau.
New data from the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services show significant increases in some sexually transmitted diseases in the state.
A power outage has been reported around downtown Great Falls and is affecting many businesses.
A Flathead cat is lucky to be alive after being found “essentially frozen” in the snow.