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.
Big Sky Youth Empowerment in Bozeman plans to expand and offer more services after raising close to $2 million.
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
Opportunity Resources’ art department helps people living with disabilities create art and then sell it.
Megan Fisher is a Paralympic gold, silver, and bronze medal cyclist from the Rio 2016 and London 2012 Games, ten-time world champion, retired member of
John Dunnigan is considered by many to be the Jimmy Buffet of the Flathead Valley.
Furloughed federal employees can stop by the former Heebs parking lot between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. on January 24 to pick up food.
The Ranch Club hosted their fifth annual Winterfest Sunday with around 1,000 turning out for some outdoors fun.
The awards recognize the people and projects that contributed to significant preservation of Montana’s history.
About 200 community members attended the vigil to hear the stories of missing loved ones.
There are 28 officers at Missoula’s adult Probation and Parole Office, supervising 1,400 people who are either on parole or on probation.
Dragana Yuzapavik– formerly of Bosnia and Herzegovina and current Kalispell resident– said she is incredibly proud to be a citizen.
Here’s a look at some of the upcoming events from across western Montana.