Here’s a look at some of the upcoming events taking place across Western Montana.
State wildlife officials are looking for the public’s help after two illegally killed animals were recently found near Whitefish.
The woman has been identified as Darlene Billie, who went missing in October 2017.
Several prescribed burns are being planned across the Flathead National Forest.
Longtime Rollins residents Jim and Wanda Hollensteiner have donated $1 million to support the development of an art and exhibition gallery.
The Dunn County Sheriff’s Office said that the remains have been identified as belonging to an individual from the Flathead Indian Reservation.
The west side of Going-to-the-Sun Road has neem closed since Aug. 12 due to the Howe Ridge fire.
A new culvert construction project is scheduled for this fall along the Going-to-the-Sun Road, four miles up Lake McDonald.
City officials are a step closer to moving forward with more convenient parking in downtown.
The 330-space RV Park called Montana Basecamp would be located just west of US Highway 93 and south of the Kalispell Bypass near Ashley Meadows Drive.
FWP report a male grizzly bear was killed in a train collision earlier this week near West Glacier.
Work will start Sunday to put a new surface on North Meridian Road as part of the Kalispell Urban Project.
Wildlife officials in the Flathead are still hard at work getting ready in case an aquatic invader is detected in Montana’s waters.
The 12th annual Birds of Prey Festival is taking place at Lone Pine State Park.
Over 60 flags were hoisted along Main Street in Kalispell on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.