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February 6, 2023 2:50 p.m.

Game wardens seek information on three deer shot and wasted in Ferndale

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are seeking information on three deer found shot and wasted in the Swan River north of the Montana 209 bridge in Ferndale in Flathead County.

Whitefish Mountain Resort's newest chairlift resumes running after maintenance team undergoes training
February 6, 2023 2:40 p.m.

Whitefish Mountain Resort's newest chairlift resumes running after maintenance team undergoes training

Following a rope evacuation and several day shutdown of the new Snow Ghost Express chairlift, the conveyance is spinning again at Whitefish Mountain Resort.

UM study: Montanans share common love toward grizzly bears
February 6, 2023 11 a.m.

UM study: Montanans share common love toward grizzly bears

Small wonder, then, that Montanans, though likely never to have seen a grizzly, hold strong opinions about the legendary bruins.

Kalispell man arrested after Saturday night police chase
February 6, 2023 10:10 a.m.

Kalispell man arrested after Saturday night police chase

A Kalispell man who allegedly led law enforcement on a chase after leaving the scene of an accident Saturday night is being held in the county jail on multiple pending felony charges.

Organizer devotes time to building female friendships
February 6, 2023 midnight

Organizer devotes time to building female friendships

Over a decade later, Laurie McCargar dedicates her time — often outdoors — to building a community for women in the Flathead Valley through Outsiety, a group that holds free and local events for women.

February 6, 2023 midnight

Kalispell Council to vote on C-PACE district, parks ordinances

Kalispell City Council on Monday will weigh a resolution considering the creation of a C-PACE district and three ordinances that would place limits on the use of public parks facilities.

Whitefish looks at limiting marijuana business locations
February 6, 2023 midnight

Whitefish looks at limiting marijuana business locations

Council will hold a work session on the topic on Monday to discuss the possibility of amending its buffering requirements after some councilors raised concerns that too many marijuana dispensaries have been approved in downtown and about the operation of a dispensary on Central Avenue.

February 6, 2023 midnight

They’re here and already attacking our Montana

All Montanans have seen the bumper stickers and heard the chatter warning potential newcomers against changing Montana.

February 6, 2023 midnight

Law roundup: Sledders decide to slide down windshields

Someone thought it looked like kids sledding down a hill had walked over to a parking lot where they reportedly jumped on cars and slid down windshields.

February 6, 2023 midnight

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