Here’s a look at some of the upcoming events set to take place across Western Montana.
Crews worked two new small wildland fires burning in the Bitterroot National Forest over the weekend.
The Florence Falcons have an entirely new playing surface this season after the old grass was torn up and new sod was laid down.
A Hamilton business owner has been charged with felony assault with a weapon in an altercation that happened earlier this week.
MTN’s Jill Valley sat down with Casey Blanchard — who was shot multiple times is Missoula — for a story of healing — and hope.
There’s more evidence that grizzly bears could become more common in west-central Montana after biologists tracked a bear that crossed into the Bitterroot Front.
Council members Jim Crews and Bob Michalson suddenly tendered their resignation, notifying Mayor Brandon Dewey of their decision to leave Tuesday.
Jeffrey Thomas Dwigans, 57, of Hamilton drowned in the Bitterroot River while trying to save his dog.
Forest officials report that crews responded to six lightning-sparked fires over the weekend across the Bitterroot National Forest.
The state has been working with county officials for a solution to improve the bridge at Woodside Crossing for the past several years.
Democrat Matt Rains, a rancher and Army veteran from Simms and Corvallis Schools Superintendent Tim Johnson, a Republican have joined the race.
Flowers, letters and pictures line the fence outside of Daly Elementary School in Hamilton as a memorial to Robert Leonardi.
Mayor Brandon Dewey is proposing the town hire a new city attorney, saying it’s time to for a change.
Joseph McNamara, 59, has been charged with negligent homicide and failure to remain at an accident in connection with the death of a 9-year-old Hamilton boy.
Joseph John McNamara, 59, is charged with negligent homicide and failure to remain at an accident scene.