Here’s a look at some of the upcoming events from across western Montana.
Western Montana News
Avoid traveling on or below wind loaded slopes as “dangerous avalanche conditions exist” in west-central Montana.
WINGS Regional Cancer Support is holding it’s 23rd annual Radiothon fundraiser at the Sportsman and Ski Haus in Kalispell beginning on Jan. 17.
A Thursday afternoon crash forced officials to shut down part of US Highway 93 South between Lolo and Florence.
An 8-year-old Stevensville boy remains in a Spokane hospital after a Sunday car crash on the East Side highway.
The recent dry spell is starting to show in the Snow Water Equivalent readings across Western Montana.
The avalanche danger is expected to rise throughout Thursday and may reach the considerable level by Friday morning.
The main purpose of Fast Strike is to hit your attacker hard enough so that you can get away safely.
The LCSO says 911 texting is helpful if a voice call would endanger the caller.
Hamilton Mayor Dominic Farrenkopf says the city is continuing to work on ways to utilize the Montana Rail Link right-of-way as a way to extend the Bitterroot Trail through the city.
Our Student of the Week for January 16, 2019, is Emma Hill of St. Regis High School.
We answer your medical questions every Wednesday on Montana This Morning during Morning Rounds.
One person was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital to be treated for unspecified injuries after Friday’s fire.
Hundreds of Lakeside Elementary School students stayed home Monday after a pipe burst Friday night, causing severe water damage to several classrooms.
The Arlee Warriors basketball team is continuing their push to raise suicide prevention awareness in their local community.