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March 11, 2019
Not only did Monday morning bring sunshine and slush to the Electric City, but it also offered glimpses of a long-overdue sight: the third lane of 10th Avenue South.
House Bill 439 would generally revise laws related to service animals, define the types of animals allowed as service animals, and allow businesses to ask questions about the service animals.
This week’s One Class At A Time honoree will use her grant to help students better understand reading.
Emergency service organizations nationwide are seeing an increase in non-emergency calls and Great Falls Emergency Services is no exception.
The Great Falls Public Works Department is warning property owners about frozen water service lines.
Republicans at the Legislature introduced a plan to use nearly $80 million in bonds to finance state and local infrastructure projects in Montana over the next two years.
Jack enjoyed fishing every chance he had, bringing along the kids and grandchildren.
An early riser, Jay loved to hunt and fish and through these endeavors he cultivated many friendships over the years.
Charmaine will always be remembered for her quiet, gentle, kind nature, and that no matter how far she had traveled in her life, she was most happy at home.
Duane enjoyed attending the activities of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, reading, and building model airplanes.
Mal loved to camp, fish and hunt with his family. He loved watching NASCAR, any Ford that won made his day.
She learned to snow ski in 1984 and was a ski instructor for approximately 5 years.
Lois had a great talent for cooking and baking; her cinnamon rolls were known by many to be the best around.
Don was a boisterous, friendly person, that never met a stranger. The word “serious” was not in his vocabulary.
A Darby man who has been missing since Valentine’s Day was found dead of an apparent suicide on Friday.
Blowing and drifting snow will drop visibility to nearly zero.
Nearly two weeks after almost losing his life, Judge John Parker is returning to work on Tuesday.
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality released the Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed Black Butte Copper Project Monday.
Calumet Montana Refining is continuing its investigation into the March 7 explosion and fire at the refinery in Great Falls.