Salute to Service
KALISPELL – A northwest Montana non-profit seeks to bring comfort and reduce stress for law-enforcement, first responders and the community in some of the most
BIGFORK – Flathead Lake is the crown jewel of the entire northwest. While the Lake remains healthy and mussel-free it takes many partnerships throughout the state
Equestrian instructors teach wounded veterans and first responders how to interact, react and care for a horse.
The program was recently presented with a check for $21,000 to go toward the program which serves about 400 kids each week.
The Northwest Montana Veteran’s Food Pantry helps low-income, homeless and at-risk veterans assimilate back into civilian life.
This Salute to Service report features Halt Cancer at X, which is on a mission to stomp out breast cancer.
There’s nothing like a stack of pancakes for comfort food on a chilly Montana morning.
As Firefighters struggle to contain wildfires burning in Glacier National Park help to the treasure state came from very far away.
Visitors to the Northwest Montana Fair and Rodeo will see some new upgrades this year.
We caught up with David Howe, a man who is dedicated to service and the dog that’s right by his side.
Debbie Mulcahy is a member of the Sexual Assault Response Team who works at the Flathead County Children’s Advocacy Center.
A program is helping to ensure that kids in Kalispell have access to nutritious meals over the summer.
Kalispell high school wrestling teams are sticking with their Memorial Day tradition of honoring those who served.
More than 200 athletes competed in the Special Olympics Montana Glacier Area Games on Friday.
This Salute to Service report features a volunteer who has more than a decade of service to the Montana Red Cross.