About 200 people gathered at the Mansfield Convention Center to celebrate law enforcement officers Friday afternoon for the annual Great Falls Police Department awards ceremony.
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Special Olympics Montana will host its final events for the 2019 Summer Games throughout the day Friday despite the rainy weather.
Students throughout Great Falls Public Schools saw the impossible happen Thursday morning.
BaseCamp Great Falls is offering an opportunity this weekend to connect and engage with like-minded individuals in the Electric City.
Several staff members of the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office received awards and were recognized Thursday afternoon during National Police Week.
The annual Friends of the Great Falls Public Library book sale began Wednesday afternoon.
Athletes, supporters, and family members danced to live music, watched acrobatics, and, of course, witnessed the final leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run.
The 341st Security Forces Group kicked off National Police Week by honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
The Opheim Special Olympics Team is small but proud, with only three total athletes competing this year.
University of Montana President Seth Bodnar is taking his message statewide.
The work under the contract will include additional stakeholder outreach, research, and analysis on alternative locations for livestock activities.
Over 300 law enforcement officers and athletes carried the Flame of Hope over 2,200 miles to end in Great Falls.
The Cascade County Commissioners approved housing for a resident deputy for the Sun River Valley Tuesday.
Summer is quickly approaching and organizations around Great Falls are facing a lifeguard shortage.
A former assistant fire chief has been chosen as the next Disaster and Emergency Services Coordinator for Cascade County.