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Glacier Symphony and Chorale ushers in grand new era with 40th anniversary
August 9, 2022 midnight

Glacier Symphony and Chorale ushers in grand new era with 40th anniversary

Celebrating the 15th anniversary of Festival Amadeus this week, John Zoltek, in his 25th year of leadership as the organization’s founding artistic director and conductor, is also planning for its ascending role in the community and beyond as it prepares for its 40th season.

Arthur S. 'Art' Grisez, 92
August 7, 2022 midnight

Arthur S. 'Art' Grisez, 92

Arthur S. “Art” Grisez, 92, of Kalispell, passed peacefully to the great flying field in heaven on July 30, 2022, while visiting in Lafayette, Indiana.

PHOTOS: Evergreen Show 'N Shine 2022
August 6, 2022 4 a.m.

PHOTOS: Evergreen Show 'N Shine 2022

Scenes from the Evergreen Show 'N Shine car show at Conlin's Furniture in Evergreen on Saturday, Aug. 6.

July 31, 2022 midnight

Wofford homer lifts Range Riders to Friday win

Brody Wofford broke a 1-1 tie with a three-run home run in the fifth inning, and the Glacier Range Riders downed Missoula 4-1 in Pioneer League baseball Friday at Flathead Field.

Film exhibit tells story of Glacier Park’s esteemed ranger
July 28, 2022 midnight

Film exhibit tells story of Glacier Park’s esteemed ranger

The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in Great Falls is presenting a touching and informative documentary film exhibit about longtime Glacier National Park ranger Doug Follett

Film exhibit tells story of Glacier Park’s esteemed ranger
July 21, 2022 midnight

Film exhibit tells story of Glacier Park’s esteemed ranger

The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art in Great Falls is presenting a touching and informative documentary film exhibit about longtime Glacier National Park ranger Doug Follett.

Indie, country stars combine in Under the Big Sky’s festival of Americana
July 21, 2022 midnight

Indie, country stars combine in Under the Big Sky’s festival of Americana

Toward the end of Shakey Graves’ set, the one-man act from Texas plays an old standard of his, “Roll the Bones,” hitting the line “them city boys in country clothes” with extra emphasis.

July 13, 2022 midnight

Planing board considers major project on KM Ranch Road

The Flathead County Planning Board on Wednesday will consider a proposal for about 155 acres at the south end of KM Ranch Road that could result in a housing and commercial project.

July 9, 2022 11:55 p.m.

Twins down N. Idaho 12-5 at Sapa-Johnsrud

WHITEFISH — Mason Peters had two hits and scored three times, and the Glacier Twins took advantage of some wild North Idaho pitching to outscore the Lakers 12-5 at the Sapa-Johnsrud Memorial Legion tournament Friday.

Late-inning Missoula surge dooms Riders Thursday
July 8, 2022 10:46 p.m.

Late-inning Missoula surge dooms Riders Thursday

On Thursday the late innings got away from the Glacier Range Riders, as Missoula scored 11 runs from the sixth inning on, in a 12-4 Pioneer League victory at Flathead Field.

July 8, 2022 12:47 a.m.

Loggers win opener at Sapa-Johnsrud

WHITEFISH — Aydan Willamson’s two-run single broke a 6-6 tie, and helped the Libby Loggers take a 10-9 win over the North Idaho Lakers at the Sapa-Johnsrud Memorial tournament Thursday.

June 30, 2022 1:37 p.m.

Column: Rockets, flames, power-hitting and great hair

A lot has changed in seven years, I realized, as I drove around the 405.

June 29, 2022 midnight

Fair accepting 4-H and FFA entries

The Northwest Montana Fair and Rodeo is now accepting online entries for 4-H/FFA and Open Class competitions. The annual event is scheduled for Aug. 17-21 at the Flathead County Fairground

June 24, 2022 11:15 p.m.

Twins 1-1 at Ed Gallo tournament

WHITEFISH — The Glacier Twins are 1-1 at the Ed Gallo Wood Bat Tournament after two days of play. Glacier fell to the North Spokane Dodgers Friday night, 6-2, after the Dodgers took the lead early on an error in the second inning.

June 24, 2022 11:15 a.m.

Overturn of Roe shifts Montana abortion debates to state courts

Montana’s elected officials reacted to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling Friday overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, which had made abortion legal nationwide for nearly 50 years.

Entertainment briefs
June 23, 2022 midnight

Entertainment briefs

Artists and Craftsmen of the Flathead host Summer Art Show

Dirk Allan Erekson
June 19, 2022 midnight

Dirk Allan Erekson

Dirk Allan Erekson of Columbia Falls lost his battle with cancer and died peacefully at his home Wednesday, June 6, 2022.

June 19, 2022 midnight

Legion: A Lakers 2-2 at Rein Memorial

BOZEMAN — Four different Helena players had two hits and two or more RBIs, and the Reps ate up a 5-0 deficit to beat the Kalispell A Lakers 12-7 Saturday at the Howard Rein Legion tournament.

June 16, 2022 midnight

Input sought on hunting opportunities near Columbia Falls

KALISPELL — Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking input on the scope of hunting opportunities allowed at the new Bad Rock Canyon Wildlife Management Area near Columbia Falls.

June 14, 2022 11:35 a.m.

Fisher-Price, US regulators warn of infant deaths in rockers

WASHINGTON (AP) — Fisher-Price and U.S. product safety regulators are telling parents not to let their infants fall asleep in the company's rockers after 13 infants died in the devices between 2009 and 2021.