You’re probably complaining about the continued cold weather. But the experts are saying it’s our best friend right now if we’re going to avoid flooding as all this snow starts to melt in the valleys.
March 8, 2019
Even as the weather starts to warm up around the Flathead Valley, snow and ice are still piling around exhaust vents and heating systems, which could have fatal consequences.
For the sixth year in a row, Rainier beer will plant a tree for every 24 red tabs that are turned back in to the Washington-based brewery.
A Flathead chaplain is using his skills to help better the lives of first responders and those who have lost loved ones.
Downtown residents were alerted Friday morning that a moose and a calf were seen on the 200 block of Pine Street.
The University of Montana is joining forces with the University of Missouri and University of Virginia to start a national center for rural school mental health.
Stevensville School leaders will go back to the voters this spring to ask approval for a pair of bond issues to bring the first major improvements to the district’s elementary and high school buildings in decades.
The “Unmasking Brain Injury Project” is made up of 20 masks; displayed and decorated by traumatic brain injury survivors.
Flu activity remains high across the nation, and there’s a second wave of severe infections striking some states.
A new trial has been ordered in the case of a Helena man who was found guilty of misdemeanor charges after he used his truck and boat to stop a high-speed chase.
MISSOULA – A moose and calf have been moved by state wildlife officials after spending much of Friday morning on East Pine Street in Missoula.
While we know it takes a team effort to win basketball games, it also takes a team effort to host tournaments like this which will hopefully be a win for Butte.
A moose and calf have been making their way around downtown Missoula on Friday morning.
Bottled water for drinking and five-gallon buckets of water for toilets are available at the fire hall.
Home and business owners are being advised to know the warning signs of potential damage to roofs as a result of our heavy snowpack.