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Tyler Avery out to prove he’s the best golfer in the state
September 28, 2022 11:55 p.m.

Tyler Avery out to prove he’s the best golfer in the state

If someone’s going to beat Tyler Avery on the golf course, who better than a close friend. That was the case last week at the Western AA Divisional in Kalispell, where Avery ended up second to Butte’s Jack Prigge, who happens to be one of his best friends.

Black sheep — and proud of it
September 26, 2022 midnight

Black sheep — and proud of it

Breeding season is over and rams waiting just beyond the fence line pleat plaintively — some a little more than plaintively — as the gate swings shut behind them.

September 29, 2022 midnight

Law roundup: Roofers hit the nail on the wrong house

Roofers reportedly went to the wrong house and began removing shingles, which the resident discovered while at work thanks to her home security system.

Honoring the legacy of Holland Lake Lodge
September 25, 2022 midnight

Honoring the legacy of Holland Lake Lodge

I started working at Holland Lake Lodge in 1999 and I loved it so much that, in 2002, I purchased it from the folks I worked for.

A pledge to be a good steward of Holland Lake Lodge
September 29, 2022 midnight

A pledge to be a good steward of Holland Lake Lodge

Holland Lake is a special place; to its current owner, to its neighbors and guests, and to me and the business I represent.

Hurricane Ian strikes Cuba, Florida braces for winds, floods
September 27, 2022 11 a.m.

Hurricane Ian strikes Cuba, Florida braces for winds, floods

Hurricane Ian tore into western Cuba as a major hurricane Tuesday and left 1 million people without electricity, then churned on a collision course with Florida over warm Gulf waters expected to strengthen it into a catastrophic Category 4 storm.

September 27, 2022 midnight

Justice Department funds to aid tribal law enforcement and help Indigenous victims of crime

The U.S. Department of Justice announced it will provide more than $246 million in grants to Native American and Alaska Native communities for improvements in law enforcement and justice.

Glacier Guides and Montana Raft reaches 40-year milestone
September 25, 2022 midnight

Glacier Guides and Montana Raft reaches 40-year milestone

The business started out with humble beginnings when David Ames, Mark O’Keefe and Randy Gayner, founded the company in May of 1983.

Montana health officials call for more oversight of nonprofit hospitals
September 29, 2022 midnight

Montana health officials call for more oversight of nonprofit hospitals

Montana health officials are proposing to oversee and set standards for the charitable contributions that nonprofit hospitals make in their communities each year to justify their access to millions of dollars in tax exemptions.

September 22, 2022 midnight

Common sense

Irate Americans are arming themselves and heading to library board meetings to defend children against evil by insisting that the library remove books that offend society.

C-Falls planning board approves hotel project in split vote
September 22, 2022 midnight

C-Falls planning board approves hotel project in split vote

The Columbia Falls City-County Planning Board approved a plan Tuesday night for a new hotel at the Glacier Inn Motel site on U.S. 2 in a 4-2 vote.

Dow sinks to 2022 low as recession fears roil world markets
September 25, 2022 midnight

Dow sinks to 2022 low as recession fears roil world markets

Markets sold off around the world on mounting signs the global economy is weakening just as central banks raise the pressure even more with additional hikes to interest rates.

Eric Alan explores new sounds in upcoming album
September 29, 2022 midnight

Eric Alan explores new sounds in upcoming album

Flathead Valley musician Eric Alan is preparing to release his third album “Late Last Night,” which delves into some new sounds.

Book challenge prompts creation of ‘parent resources’ section at ImagineIF
September 23, 2022 midnight

Book challenge prompts creation of ‘parent resources’ section at ImagineIF

The decision comes after a challenge over the book “Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness” by Anastasia Higginbotham, which discusses white privilege and racism.

Griz special again in win over Vikings
September 24, 2022 11:50 p.m.

Griz special again in win over Vikings

The tackle that gave Robby Hauck the career record for the Montana Grizzlies was applauded loudly Saturday from 26,087 fans at Washington-Grizzly Stadium.

New clinic offers menu of options for patients seeking care
September 25, 2022 midnight

New clinic offers menu of options for patients seeking care

A new clinic, On the Move Medical Clinic, in downtown Kalispell aims to take a transparent approach to health care by offering a menu of options to patients.

Beer lift — Whitefish man excels at Bavarian feat of strength
September 27, 2022 2:10 p.m.

Beer lift — Whitefish man excels at Bavarian feat of strength

After nearly three years of hard work and dedicated practice, David Sturzen walked away with the impressive championship belt and men’s national title at this year’s Hofbräu USA Lenny Coyne Memorial Masskrugstemmen Championship in New York’s Central Park.

Ian makes landfall in southwest Florida as Category 4 storm
September 28, 2022 noon

Ian makes landfall in southwest Florida as Category 4 storm

Hurricane Ian made landfall Wednesday in southwest Florida as one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the U.S., swamping city streets with water and smashing trees along the coast.

Whitefish golfer Billy Smith wants a high finish for himself, Bulldogs
September 27, 2022 11:50 p.m.

Whitefish golfer Billy Smith wants a high finish for himself, Bulldogs

Second-year Whitefish golf coach Tait Rocksund looks at Billy Smith and sees a rock solid shot-maker, with a mental makeup beyond his 18 years.

September 25, 2022 midnight

Letters to the editor Sept. 25

Letters to the editor Sept. 25