It’s no secret that we live in an era of technology and social media, one in which everyone needs a cell phone to communicate. But sometimes too much technology can be a bad thing.
May 16, 2019
The number of confirmed pertussis cases in the Missoula area has now risen to 113.
Shelly and Sheila Kidd are on the Havre Blue Ponies Special Olympics Montana team and not only are they sisters, they are twins.
United States corn and wheat organizations are working Capitol Hill this week trying to get a better trade-aid deal for growers than in the first round.
Two years after his death, Highway 287 in Broadwater County is officially the Mason Moore Memorial Highway.
Students throughout Great Falls Public Schools saw the impossible happen Thursday morning.
Even though winter is over, Glacier National Park officials are asking visitors to still be wary of dangerous avalanche conditions.
Scherm was an avid snow skier, and spent many fun, memorable days at the hill teaching his three daughters to ski.
She asked to be remembered by the smiles and laughter she shared with those who knew her in life.
She was bilingual and enjoyed participating in her Spanish group in San Diego as well as being an avid bridge player.
A giver by nature, Jerry was known to be the first to volunteer and the last one to ask for help.
Bonnie had an impeccable memory until the very end of her life, and she specialized in remembering everyone’s birthdays.
Here in the land of cornstalks and small towns — and the first presidential nominating contest in the nation — Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is betting Iowa’s unique Democratic caucus can help propel him from obscurity to relevance in the 2020 presidential race.
Rain and mountain snow are expected through Saturday
Two Great Falls women died in a two-vehicle crash near West Glacier Wednesday afternoon.
BaseCamp Great Falls is offering an opportunity this weekend to connect and engage with like-minded individuals in the Electric City.
Several staff members of the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office received awards and were recognized Thursday afternoon during National Police Week.
Congressman Greg Gianforte and a bipartisan group of legislators introduced Savanna’s Act, a bill meant to address the missing and murdered Indigenous women’s crisis, this week in the United States House.
A 34-year-old man is facing a felony charge for allegedly pulling a knife on a minor in Cut Bank.
Flooding concerns will grow as we head into next week due to this week’s weather conditions.