Strong winds calm down Sunday evening through Monday.
Front moves through the state on Sunday bringing windy conditions.
Great Falls Public Schools (GFPS) Music Education Program has been honored with national recognition.
Thousands of students from middle and high schools in Great Falls and in the surrounding communities who have a passion for music are performing at the annual District Music Festival. The festival was held April 11 and 12
The American Association of Women in Community Colleges (AAWC) will he holding a professional clothing drive for Great Falls College MSU students on April 16-19.
The gymnasts who qualified for gold are Shelby MacDonald, Mary Seidlitz, Alli MacDonald, Sevyn Hocevar, Tayah Osier and Signe Hanson.
The Montana Electric Cooperatives’ Association’s magazine, Rural Montana, recently won a national award for one of their pieces.
Winds calm down overnight. Lots of moisture streaming in through Thursday. Rain and mountain snow expected, which could lead to flooding.
Strong wind gusts will continue the rest of the weekend due to a low pressure system. Unsettled weather expected over the next week with several chances of rain and mountain snow.
If the partnership is approved, Browning Public Schools will move forward with a remodel and expansion of the current Browning Middle School and start construction of a new multi-sports complex.
Cash Mob requires three things: spend $20, meet new people and have fun!
Voters in Glacier County decided against funding two special EMS mill levies.
As temperatures start to feel more like spring, it’s almost time to break out the golf clubs and hit the green again.
Over 70 schools in Montana have held or will hold a Respect Rally during the school year to spread the word to end the word.
Stacy Dolderer, who currently teaches computer science classes at CMR and GFH is the recipient of an innovation grant through Great Falls Public Schools Foundation.
After training for multiple hours for several days a week over the span of many years, four young male gymnasts in Great Falls have qualified for a much-anticipated regional competition.
Organizers say the #MeToo Awareness Celebration, an event being held Sunday, will make you feel inspired, rejuvenated and empowered.
More than mermaids will be swimming in the Sip ‘n Dip pool tomorrow evening. Leadership Great Falls is once again putting on its the Splash for Cash event.
C.M. Russell High School drama is presenting 26 Pebbles, a play about empathy, sympathy and community. The actors will be re-telling 60 different people’s accounts of the day from December 14, 2016, the day of the Sandy Hook school shooting, which took the lives of 20 children and 5 adults.
Rain and snow scattered showers continue this evening through the overnight hours. Dense Fog Advisories remain in effect for central MT counties through Monday at 8 AM. Gradual clearing on Monday afternoon with temperatures in the 40s and 50s.