Montana’s general rifle season for deer and elk closes 30 minutes after sunset on Sunday, November 25.
FWP’s Becoming an Outdoors Woman teamed up with the Teller Wildlife Refuge to put on a weekend waterfowl workshop that covered everything from conservation to serving it at the table.
Over 100 families across Victor, Corvallis, Stevensville and Florence will be able to have Thanksgiving dinner.
Ravalli County law enforcement and schools are teaming up with one bodacious bear to teach students how to stay safe and be better Bitterroot citizens.
Veteran Ravalli County District County Judge Jeff Langton has announced that he will retire after spending 26 years on the bench.
Authorities say a juvenile was assaulted in the area of the North Valley Public Library on Saturday.
Christmas Tree permits can be purchased for $5 at any USFS office or at authorized retailers
Volunteers from Hamilton, Stevensville, Corvallis and Darby took to an old building to practice putting out house fires on Saturday.
This week’s One Class at a Time winner is Stevensville kindergarten teacher Jennifer Walthall.
MISSOULA – Voters in several Western Montana communities are being asked to approve school bond requests on Election Day. The unofficial results as of Wednesday
Ravalli County voters are being asked to weigh in on several elections on November 6.
Longer ballots and higher voter turnout has Ravalli County election officials feeling like there is more attention on this mid-term cycle.
New turf, a 10 lane track, and a new concessions stand are part of the taxpayer-funded overhaul at Hamilton High School.
A group of hunters in the Bitterroot fought to rescue an elk that became trapped in a barbed wire fence near Darby.
That’s because the bulk of absentee ballots are already back in the courthouses waiting to be counted.