Commissioners are set to discuss a proposed $3 million deal for the land on Friday and then will submit that request to the FAA for funding.
The Falcons are looking to make another run in 2019 and with six seniors leading a team with championship experience, it’s a pretty safe bet they’ll be in the running.
A fundraiser is being planned for the family of Trooper Wade Palmer who was shot and critically wounded on March 15.
One of the areas being affected saw record snowfall and now all of the melting is causing some minor flooding issues in the Stevensville area.
Sen. Steve Daines heard directly from them on the issues they face with the VA in rural areas on Saturday.
Our Student of the Week for March 20, 2019, is Ciera Jessop who is a senior at Corvallis High School.
Ravalli County received some of the heaviest, latest snow to fall this winter, as parts of the Bitterroot received 2-to-3 feet of snow.
The Montana Highway Patrol Trooper who shot multiple times last week in Evaro remains in extremely critical condition in a Salt Lake City hospital.
Stevensville Elementary teacher Mara Johnson is the winner of a One Class at a Time grant sponsored by Republic Services and KPAX-TV.
Emergency Services officials are continuing their recent efforts to help folks get ready as temperatures increase and snow and ice accumulations begin to melt.
This week we go back to 2000 in the KPAX Archive as demonstrators rally against the widening of Highway 93 down the Bitterroot.
Florence Carlton School officials say the K-2 building will remain closed on Wednesday as work continues to remove the snow from the roof of the K-2 building.
Classes for K-2 students at Florence Carlton School will once again have classes in the main building on Tuesday.
A Darby man who has been missing since Valentine’s Day was found dead on Friday.
Kindergarten through second grade students and teachers have been moved to a different location on campus due to roof stability concerns.