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Civil War reenactor takes students back through history
February 25, 2024 midnight

Civil War reenactor takes students back through history

When the kids arrived in the classroom after recess, Inman separated the group into two — the Confederacy and the Union. He referred to groups when talking about how the battles went throughout the Civil War — who won, who lost and who was leading the charges.

Border security a top issue for candidates, Republicans and Democrats alike
February 25, 2024 midnight

Border security a top issue for candidates, Republicans and Democrats alike

Politicians and candidates from across the political spectrum in Montana are seizing upon the crisis on the southern border in the lead up to the November election.

February 21, 2024 midnight

FWP taking comments on state outdoor recreation plan

The Statewide Outdoor Recreation Plan is up for renewal this year and officials with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks are encouraging residents to share their ideas and suggestions.

Kalispell mother named Montana Mom of the Year
February 19, 2024 midnight

Kalispell mother named Montana Mom of the Year

Tiffany Geer has been recognized as the 2024 Montana Mother of the Year through American Mothers, Inc., a national nonprofit with the goal of valuing mothers through service and education, a testament to her work within her family and her community.

Glacier Park International Airport lands $2.8M federal grant
February 18, 2024 midnight

Glacier Park International Airport lands $2.8M federal grant

Glacier Park International Airport has secured $2.8 million in new grant funds to put toward an ongoing campaign to renovate and expand the transit hub.

Brockman faces a Regier-backed challenger for House District 8
February 15, 2024 midnight

Brockman faces a Regier-backed challenger for House District 8

A member of Northwest Montana’s conservative political dynasty is seeking to oust incumbent Rep. Tony Brockman, throwing support behind a young, inexperienced challenger.

Gianforte directs Montana National Guard to begin working with Texas on border security
February 15, 2024 midnight

Gianforte directs Montana National Guard to begin working with Texas on border security

Gov. Greg Gianforte directed the Montana National Guard to begin coordinating with Texas this week, signaling his intent to aid Gov. Greg Abbott in his efforts along the southern border with Mexico.

Montana Bar Fairies seek to stem drunk driving by rewarding those who get a sober ride
February 11, 2024 midnight

Montana Bar Fairies seek to stem drunk driving by rewarding those who get a sober ride

The mother-daughter team of Carli Dewbre and Beth McBride spend their weekends prowling the streets of Flathead Valley long before the sun comes up.

Columbia Falls group wants EPA to reconsider Superfund cleanup plan
February 9, 2024 midnight

Columbia Falls group wants EPA to reconsider Superfund cleanup plan

A local group is asking the Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider an off-site waste removal plan for the Columbia Falls Aluminum Company Superfund site after the federal agency proposed an on-site containment of toxins instead.

Energy Keepers acted appropriately in dealing with Flathead Lake's record low water levels, review finds
February 8, 2024 midnight

Energy Keepers acted appropriately in dealing with Flathead Lake's record low water levels, review finds

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Monday dismissed allegations that Energy Keepers, Inc., mismanaged Flathead Lake’s SKQ Dam last summer.

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