A roundup of the top news stories in Northwest Montana in 2017
Whitefish Mountain Resort celebrates a milestone anniversary as a community cornerstone and beloved source of adventure
It’s uncommon to use a crosscut saw. It’s even rarer to know how to tune it up. Fred Flint is Northwest Montana’s resident expert.
After an injury derailed her Olympic dreams in 2014, Whitefish’s Maggie Voisin has fought her way back to the top of the slopestyle world rankings with the 2018 Winter Games approaching. She’s wiser, better and hungry to show the world what it missed.
For me, Santas represent loss and recovery, community and strength
Montanans want to see fewer restrictions on lands not suitable for wilderness
This versatile bread can be braided, made into rolls, used as great pizza crust, or filled with pepperoni, sauce and cheese for a meal
By definition, government cannot be compassionate because compassion requires free will
The year was tiring, unpredictable and simply politically crazy
This week’s graph is an updated look at how the Flathead has faired with the rest of the nation since 2000
Artificial feeding unnaturally concentrates animals, can interfere with migration patterns and can habituate wildlife to humans
Maranda and Michael Johnson donate products from their company, The Good Stuff Botanicals, to organizations throughout the valley
Game summaries from a busy week of hoops, Flathead wrestlers finish second at prestigious 69-team Tri-City Invitational
School officials are also reviewing possibility of grandfather clause to remain at current school and out-of-district tuition students
Road leading to 65 acres of state land on popular lake has been center of quarrel since 2001, with county set to review potential agreement
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