Here’s a look at some of the events set to take place across western and northwestern Montana.
John Cicero Hughes, 46, pleaded guilty to theft of government money and Social Security disability insurance fraud in a Missoula federal courtroom.
A Mexican citizen has admitted in federal court to being in the United States illegally after Glacier National Park personnel found him walking while on patrol.
American Airlines will begin offering new daily flights on June 6 with tickets going on sale on Dec. 17.
Someone forced their way into the school after hours earlier this week and stole money from a safe.
November statistics show an overall jump of 32% compared to last year.
Our Student of the Week is Laura Eshleman who is a senior at Whitefish High School.
A winter storm has dumped heavy snow in the mountains of Western Montana.
The lightning-caused Sprague Fire started the evening of August 10, 2107 and eventually burned nearly 17,000 acres.
An avalanche watch is in effect until Wednesday at noon for parts of Northwest Montana.
You could say every home has a story and that’s certainly the case for a luxury home on the slopes of Big Mountain.
A person was found dead on Saturday evening after a vehicle fire in the Hungry Horse area.
The Squadron has partnered with Wreaths Across America to place 1,300 wreathes on area graves on Sunday Dec. 16 starting at 9 a.m. at Glacier Memorial Gardens.
Montana DOT calls the award of a nearly $13 million grant to complete more of the Kalispell Bypass a “big win”, and is promising to have the section built in a couple of years.
A $12.7 million grant will be used to widen two-miles of the highway and replace the narrow roundabout at Foys Lake.