The leader of the American Sugarbeet Grower Association said a strong farm bill is good for both sugar beet growers and consumers.
Members of the Montana Public Health Association (MPHA) helped protect a part of their history Wednesday by preserving a time capsule containing historic artifacts and documents.
When tragedy hit close to home on the Professional Bull Riders Tour Tuesday night in Denver, Montana barrelman Flint Rasmussen wasn’t there.
The pilot of a plane that crashed into a Missouri River sandbar outside Townsend is not injured and was picked up from the scene in a different plane flown by his brother.
A resolution for a predator control program in Cascade County was recently passed and was on the agenda Wednesday at the Cascade County Work Session.
Snow chances stick around for most of next week, too
The Great Falls Public Schools’ Board of Trustees held a special meeting Wednesday to vote on their nomination for the next GFPS superintendent. After nearly two hours of deliberation, the board motioned to delay the vote.
If getting into law enforcement is something you want to do, the Great Falls Police Department (GFPD) currently has positions to fill.
Montana landowners have until March 15 to qualify for tax credits while opening access to public lands.
State lawmakers unveiled a pair of bills Tuesday to remove any time limits on taking legal action against child molesters, saying it’s time for Montana to bring abusers of children to justice.
Former Valley County Undersheriff Luke Strommen pleaded not guilty to a felony sexual intercourse without consent charge in District Court in Glasgow January 14.
Accumulating snow is expected Thursday
KRTV is looking for a talented Executive Producer/Anchor who can take our storytelling and newscasts to the next level.
The inaugural ball is the first combined celebration of Catholic education in central Montana.
The 2019 Bridal Extravaganza is right around the corner in the Electric City.