As he sets out on his campaign for the governor’s office, the Kalispell Democrat hopes to unite voters around public lands and personal freedoms — and even plans to bring some Republicans with him.By Denali Sagner
A new home located near Bitterroot Lake; a 12.72-acre property in the Rogers Lake community; and a ranch-style home in Crestview Estates in Bigfork
Chambers completed 8 of 17 passes for 172 yards and had 86 yards on the ground on 12 carries
Montana entered the game 3-0 and ranked among the Top 15 FCS teams while NAU was 0-3
Jesse Kuntz hopes to bring her background in nonprofit management and love for public education to Whitefish as its schools navigate changes on the horizon
Dylan Thomas Baker pleaded guilty to amended charges of felony criminal endangerment and misdemeanor partner or family member assault for a December 2021 attack on his ex-girlfriend
North Valley Music School launches program to give Flathead Valley youth an ensemble of opportunityBy Tristan Scott
For more than three decades, ‘writers helping writers’ has been the guiding principle at weekly workshops organized by a group of local authors, who this year are preparing to host the 30th annual Flathead River Writers ConferenceBy Maggie Neal Doherty
The author and her family first visited the historic fire lookout overlooking the North Fork Flathead River to celebrate a milestone more than two decades ago. Today, it offers a connection to a familiar setting that has endured changing times.By Kay Bjork
After their initial capture in Lincoln County, the sow grizzly and male cub traveled to the North Fork and broke into cabins, garages, outdoor freezers and a trailer
The search and rescue service conducted multiple trips to extract the uninjured party as weather worsened and the sky darkened; park officials urge hikers to use caution on off-trail excursions
Paying for school can be the hurdle that determines if college is possible for many students at FVCC
We all want to have fun this summer but following safety guidelines and being careful can ensure that we can get back out there to do the things we love
With thousands of dollars in cyber security funding available to Montana companies, Kalispell-based cyber security firm Adversis is helping local businesses build a more secure future.
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Columbia Falls and Whitefish have dominated Class A soccer for five years, and the two schools’ rivalry is off to another fiery start this season
The Sept. 20 fundraiser will feature four bands, and raffle items donated by more than a dozen local businesses
We should consider changing the way property taxes are calculated for vacation homes and short-term rentals
Councilman Hunter is a proven, steadfast fighter for his constituents
We want our children to have happy lives and careers that they enjoy, which offer them the chance to prosper
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As wild bighorn sheep populations experience die-offs across the West due to respiratory disease, park scientists used a decade of GPS data to discern how Glacier’s sheep might communicate disease in the event of an outbreak
Stagnant salaries, high housing costs and a souring public opinion around education have made it difficult for school districts to recruit and retain teachers. This fall, the Flathead Valley’s public schools are feeling the effects.
What to look forward to this fall: Bigfork’s bump to Class A, dynastic soccer programs and strong distance runners
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