24 people from different backgrounds, races, religions and 16 different countries across the world had one thing in common this past Thursday. They all swore a naturalization oath and became United States citizens.
Temperatures on the rise over the next few days, back to average by mid-week. Chances of isolated and scattered showers remain in the forecast the next few days with stronger storms possible by mid-week.
Closed low continues to spin in Canada bringing rain to NE MT. Showers also popping up in some areas of north central MT. Temperatures warm over the next few days with more chances of isolated showers or thunderstorms.
Two Eagle Scouts recently put their skills to the test and helped save someone’s life.
A new local business in Great Falls is making custom products while also giving back to the community.
The Knicker Biker Bicycle Shop, located at 117 2nd Avenue North, has been broken into and robbed.
A Great Falls resident is warning others to stay vigilant on the Missouri River after he nearly drowned several years ago.
Downtown Great Falls is turning into a concert venue Wednesday evening.
Kids Education Yes (KEY) held its annual meeting on Wednesday for present and future supporters of public education in Great Falls.
More rain chances over the next few days in the afternoon and evening. Temperatures remain near average through Wednesday. Cold front moves through Wednesday bringing fire weather concerns back on the radar.
Near average temperatures remain in the forecast through Tuesday with chances of showers and thunderstorms. A cold front moves through on Wednesday.
Vizsla Brewing, a micro-brewery located in Havre, won numerous awards this past week at Montana Brew Fest in Great Falls.
The AAUW has started collecting donations for its annual fall book sale.
Get Fit Great Falls’ Park Pals Program and the Great Falls Public Schools’ Free Public Meal Program both kicked off for the summer Tuesday.
3 Rivers Communications will stop its TV services at the end of October.
The C.M. Russell Museum unveiled a new exhibition Friday that will be on display for a few months: Return to Calgary, Charles M. Russell and the 1919 Victory Stampede.
The Electric City Water Park officially opened for the season Monday afternoon.
David Boone, an artist who currently resides in Missoula, is traveling across the state to tell a story through his music.
Temperatures back to average Monday and Tuesday then into the 80s by Wednesday. Besides the chance of isolated showers, next chance of widespread precipitation looks to be towards the end of the work week.
Scattered showers and thunderstorm possible through Saturday evening. Temperatures rebound Sunday with slight chances of rain remaining in the forecast. Dry and warm for the start of the work week.