A graduate of C.M. Russell High School in Great Falls, Eryn McElroy is now Command Chief at Malmstrom Air Force Base.
A sight and sound of summer days gone by is back in the Electric City.
Some Great Falls area nonprofits are getting a helping hand this week thanks to a faith-based service program made up of hard working high school students.
This fall, you can be an all-star and a believer.
It’s time for him to embark on the next chapter.
University of Montana President Seth Bodnar is taking his message statewide.
The Special Olympics Montana State Summer Games are coming to Great Falls late this month, and volunteers are needed.
Four years ago, C.M. Russell High School junior Cole Arthur saw a news story about a nonprofit called ‘Enabling the Future’ that provides 3D-printed prosthetic hands for people in need.
It’s a collaboration with the Wall Street Journal that outlines the crimes of Dr. Stanley Patrick Weber, a former pediatrician on the Blackfeet Reservation who was sentenced last month to more than 18 years in prison for sexually abusing young boys.
When a runaway train crashed into a helper set at Carroll College 30 years ago, a Helena man was right on the path of the oncoming disaster.
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GrizzBiz is an Electric City enterprise where 7th and 8th graders are learning what it takes to succeed in business.
Tim McGonigal talked with several people who have battled addiction about how they have managed to overcome the challenges they faced. Road to recovery: Great
“Horses don’t care what brought you into treatment,” said Shortridge.
“I got introduced to meth when I was 13…in eighth grade,” said Sara
Thomas Risberg landed at Rocky Mountain Treatment Center in August 2017.
Face The State: Volunteer fire departments answer the call
A Great Falls woman will be able to get around town easier thanks to a donation from an anonymous Family Promise board member.