Earlier this month, MTN News returned to Central Catholic High School to see how One Class At A Time was helping 9th and 10th graders.
Student of the Week: William Hansen of White Sulphur Springs High School
As part of Out West Art Week, the Studio 706 Artists Guild is hosting its show and sale in the Gibson Room of the Great Falls Civic Center.
A business event meant to empower, encourage, and engage women business owners in the Electric City is set for next week.
Paul Bo Sparks stopped by KRTV Tuesday to talk about an annual fundraiser for Ducks Unlimited.
Students at Sunnyside Elementary will be able to work on their problem solving abilities thanks to a grant from One Class At A Time.
Fourth grade teacher Rachel Christensen purchased a cribbage board and card deck for each student with the help of One Class At A Time.
Student of the Week: Audrey Oltrogge of Stanford High School
Kim Skornogoski with United Way of Cascade County stopped by to talk about the organization’s Financial Futures Book Clubs.
Miss Linda’s School of Dance is offering Great Falls a night of dining and entertainment on Saturday, March 23.
Shaun Tatarka with the Great Falls Community Food Bank stopped by KRTV to talk about the 12th annual CANtastic event.
Students at Holy Spirit Catholic School are learning through hands-on science projects thanks to new books.
This week’s One Class At A Time honoree will use her grant to help students better understand reading.
Student of the Week: Ernest Uy of Lustre Christian High School
The farmer’s market’s annual spring forum is scheduled for Friday, March 22 at Great Falls College MSU’s Heritage Hall.
The Redline Bikerz are lending a helping hand to the Great Falls Community Food Bank
Family Connections Montana is hosting its Brain Building Expo for preschoolers this weekend in Great Falls.
NeighborWorks Great Falls’ annual fund drive goal is $147,500 this year.
Earlier this month, MTN returned to the classroom to see how One Class At A Time was helping 2nd grade students at Holy Spirit Catholic School.
This week’s One Class At A time recipient said her grant will help students build on their math skills.