The resident wind quintet of the Great Falls Symphony is extending a hand to federal employees affected by the government shutdown.
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It’s rodeo weekend in the Electric City and area cowboys took to the arena this morning for the North 40 Ranch Rodeo.
The Panther Café owner’s say they are thankful no customers were hurt Friday night when a car crashed through their restaurant.
Billy Carol Smiley passed away in July and left Simmons her most proud possession: her gym.
District 23 Senator Roger Webb tells MTN that their interim committee was approached by a group of residents from Cut Bank.
Drew Hicks is the owner of Central Avenue Meats, which will be a craft butcher shop located at 420 Central Avenue.
There are currently 13 positions open at the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office including 10 Detention Officer openings and 3 Deputy Sheriff openings.
Here’s a look at some of the changes happening in Great Falls, including new businesses, construction in progress, and recent closures.
The butcher shop will include dry-aged meat, cut-to-order products, unique sausage and bacon varieties, and local and ethically-raised products.
The Cascade County Sheriff’s Office has identified the woman who was struck and killed by a vehicle Tuesday.
Both Montana U.S. Senators, Steve Daines and Jon Tester, and House Representative Greg Gianforte introduced a bill that would grant the tribe federal recognition.
The investigation into a Tuesday house fire in Great Falls has wrapped up and a cause has been determined.
The North Central Montana Retired Educators Association held their annual distribution of school supplies and hygiene products for the Great Falls Public Schools on Wednesday.
A group of Great Falls students from Treasure State Academy went beyond the baked goods for those behind the badge.
The $86.1 million plan includes a new arena along with upgrades and expansions of livestock facilities. Paying for a plan like this, however, is not so simple.