While technology like cells phones, computers, and social media keep us in contact with each other, sometimes too much technology can be a bad thing.
Avalanches can still happen at higher elevations like along the Going to the Sun Road and aren’t uncommon this time of year.
Two women died after a multi-vehicle crash on US Highway 2 near West Glacier on Wednesday afternoon.
Drew Deck placed third at the 2018 State AA meet in the 300-meter hurdles and has been one of the most explosive athletes in Class AA this track season.
Dr. Michael Hromadka, a plastic surgeon in the Flathead Valley, says preventative skin care should start early.
People will be seeing more clouds of smoke on as a prescribed burn is expected near Ashley Lake.
Two people were taken to the hospital late Tuesday morning after a car ran into a Kalispell building.
Park officials note that visitors should plan ahead, build time into their schedules, and have their watercraft clean, drained, dry, and ready for inspection upon arrival.
A Mother’s Day fire at St. Matthew’s Church in Kalispell heavily damaged the basement of the historic building.
They have been working on the Logan Creek Restoration Project near the east facing slopes of Tally Mountain west of Tally Lake Campground.
A prolonged winter is making Flathead cherry season more profitable for cherry growers.
Operation Happiness allows students to make a positive change through small monthly school events.
Multiple agencies responded to a smoke investigation to St. Matthews Church on First Avenue West in Kalispell at around 5 p.m.
Here’s a look at some of the upcoming events taking place across Western Montana
A total of nearly 50 pertussis cases have been reported to the Flathead County Health Department since the beginning of the year.