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Kalispell counselor works to dispel stigma around eating disorders
February 28, 2024 midnight

Kalispell counselor works to dispel stigma around eating disorders

When clients with eating disorders come to counselor Mary McRae, they know the advice she gives is from first-hand experience.

Samaritan House receives another $750,000 grant for shelter expansion
February 24, 2024 midnight

Samaritan House receives another $750,000 grant for shelter expansion

Executive Director Chris Krager said the $750,000 grant puts fundraising about halfway to the $16.9 million needed for the project, which will allow the Kalispell shelter to house 85 more people per night.

Glacier projects 40% increase in revenue from campground fees in 2024
February 23, 2024 midnight

Glacier projects 40% increase in revenue from campground fees in 2024

With busier campgrounds and a recently implemented fee increase, front country camping is projected to bring approximately $2.4 million into Glacier National Park coffers in 2024 — a 40% increase over last year.

ImagineIF Libraries returns to original Flathead County Libraries name, hires Dugan as new director
February 23, 2024 midnight

ImagineIF Libraries returns to original Flathead County Libraries name, hires Dugan as new director

The county library system’s board of trustees voted Thursday to drop the ImagineIF Libraries brand and revert back a moniker last used a decade ago.

Piano was Mike Murray’s first instrument, now he’s returning to it for an upcoming album
February 22, 2024 midnight

Piano was Mike Murray’s first instrument, now he’s returning to it for an upcoming album

The Kalispell native has been a performing musician for more than a decade, racking up big performances. Mike Murray performs on March 1 for the Daily Inter Lake’s Press Play series.

Simulation puts caregivers in Kalispell through realistic scenarios
February 21, 2024 midnight

Simulation puts caregivers in Kalispell through realistic scenarios

Nursing home resident Martha has dementia and she is convinced someone is trying to steal her car. She’s veering from a window toward the parking lot, yelling for help. But her caregivers know there’s no one trying to steal her car, if she even has a car at the facility.

Flathead Warming Center's Roadmaps program provides homeless with one-on-one counseling and encouragement
February 21, 2024 midnight

Flathead Warming Center's Roadmaps program provides homeless with one-on-one counseling and encouragement

Although Patty Archambault and her son Josh Erickson once knew the Flathead Warming Center as guests, they return these days as volunteers.

Browning educator works to preserve Blackfeet language
February 12, 2024 midnight

Browning educator works to preserve Blackfeet language

Robert Hall is the Blackfeet Native American Studies Director for Browning Public Schools, curating a curriculum for the Blackfoot language and preserving the tribes’ cultural traditions for the next generation.

Glacier National Park virtual field trips hope to inspire connection with nature
February 11, 2024 midnight

Glacier National Park virtual field trips hope to inspire connection with nature

From climbing over logs in Glacier’s dense forests to trudging up a mountain, Lindsay Brandt tells her students to prepare for different parts of the hike much like she would in real life. Immersing the class in the habitats of the park might make them wonder what kinds of animals live there, a question that she posed to the students multiple times during the field trip.

ImagineIF Library trustees poised to tap Dugan as director
February 8, 2024 midnight

ImagineIF Library trustees poised to tap Dugan as director

The ImagineIF Library Board of Trustees is leaning toward giving the system’s interim director the job permanently and could vote to that end as soon as its Feb. 22 meeting.

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