The U.S. Department of Agriculture has temporarily recalled all of the more than 9,700 FSA employees to keep offices open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays beginning January 24, according to a Tuesday press release.
This week’s winner of a One Class at a Time grant, sponsored by Republic Services and KPAX-TV is Jefferson School Preschool teacher Julia Hall.
New numbers show that Kalispell is the safest town in Montana, according to FBI Uniform Crime Report Statistics.
Frontier Airlines and Billings Logan International Airport announced Tuesday a new service between Billings and Denver.
A Bozeman man was arrested after allegedly charging at and fighting with a Bozeman police officer at a gas station on Monday night.
Montana’s 2019-2022 Plan on Aging is in its development stages and those involved say they would like more input from seniors and caregivers.
Trace Adkins, a country musician, will take the stage Wednesday, July 31 in the Pacific Steel and Recycling Arena.
Big Sky Youth Empowerment in Bozeman plans to expand and offer more services after raising close to $2 million.
Local firefighters want to remind people to use caution and be safe before recreating on or near frozen bodies of water.
Lincoln County saw Montana’s highest unemployment rate in December at 8.0%
A 20-year-old Minnesota man was rescued Monday morning west of West Yellowstone after he was stuck in a deep, narrow canyon.
Montana has violent and property crime rates that exceed the nation’s average by quite a bit.
Most days you will find UPS driver Ryan Arens on his routine route — but one day just before Christmas, he came across something that made him pause.
Students in Butte learned about the turbulent times more than 50 years ago when Martin Luther King Jr. demanded civil rights.
“We service roughly a little over 665 individuals and families a month.” -Blackfeet Food Distribution Program Director Roy Crawford