At the age of ten, Newton’s life was turned upside down. He was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor.
Great Falls News
The Children’s Museum of Montana is asking for public comment as they look ahead to future plans.
Students from Foothills Community Christian School are celebrating after they received a national award for a video production project.
The 25th Annual Scouting for Food Drive is on Saturday.
Art is up and on display at several shows in the Electric City as Western Art Week kicks into full swing.
A community outreach meeting about a new proposal regarding downtown parking meter rates is scheduled for Wednesday, March 20 at 6 p.m.
Work for Western Art Week is well underway at the Great Falls Civic Center.
In a span of 13 days, 14 airmen from Malmstrom Air Force Base helped civilians in three different rescues.
The Great Falls Park and Recreation Department is once again offering swimming lessons at the Montana School for the Deaf and Blind.
An office supply store will soon close its doors in Great Falls.
Western Art Week is here and the C.M. Russell Museum is excited to reopen two exhibitions to the public.
This week, the History Museum in Great Falls celebrated nine years of dedication by Executive Director Jim Meinert, and after nearly a decade as executive director, Meinert knows history is more than the big picture— it’s the little pieces that give the museum life.
Although flooding is not an immediate threat right now, Cascade County Acting Director of Emergency Services Scott Van Dyken assured MTN that it is always best to be prepared.
Thousands of people flocked to downtown Great Falls on Saturday for the annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade.
The 12th Annual D.A. Davidson/Scheels/Wal-Mart CANtastic Event will be going on at the Holiday Village Shopping Mall, across from Maurice’s, from Saturday, March 16, to Tuesday, March 19.