Marion firefighter Tiffany Hamdan died in a freak motor vehicle accident on March 17 in Lincoln County.
Families and friends of the soldiers waited eagerly for the arrival of their loved ones, and when they were reunited, it was quite emotional.
Lead testing for Kalispell schools has been pushed back after new regulations are being examined by the state.
The 20th annual Nate Chute event is this weekend, March 16 and 17, at Whitefish Mountain resort, marking 20 years of suicide prevention and awareness.
O’Brien’s liquor and Wine, owned by O’Brien Byrd in Columbia Falls has heavy Irish roots. O’Brien himself is half Irish and grew up in the Flathead Valley.
A Coram man accused of shooting another man in the chest last month has pleaded not guilty to charges in court Thursday.
A networking group in Kalispell is taking on the issue of gender wage gaps by helping women succeed in the workplace.
As cold weather still covers most of Montana, sitting inside all day avoiding the elements can be detrimental to your back health.
Kalispell planning director Tom Jentz says that construction on five three-story buildings could start as early as this summer.
Kalispell Regional Healthcare has been recognized by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for providing high-quality care.
Ruder Elementary School in Columbia Falls was placed into lockdown at around 2:15 p.m. due to a social media threat on SnapChat.
Evergreen Fire Marshal Ben Covington says this winter has been longer and harder than most and it’s taking a toll on first responders.
March is American Red Cross month, so MTN spoke with Lew Savik who has been volunteering with the Red Cross since 2008.
An area elementary school went into lock down Tuesday afternoon after a Snapchat video was found depicting a “young man with a gun.”
All advanced reservation applications for standard groups of between one and eight campers received on March 15 will be processed randomly using a lottery system.