Flathead County joined a growing coalition of Montana counties rejecting a state order to impose a regular education property tax rate amid spiking property valuesBy Denali Sagner
Visitors seeking a final drive or hike through the alpine reaches of Glacier National Park can access the full length of the highway through Oct. 15, weather permitting
A 43-year-old woman died after striking a pickup truck on Highway 2 near Marion on Sunday
Voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected four proposed levies set to fund safety and technology infrastructure in the Kalispell Public Schools
Another spate of train-caused grizzly bear deaths in northwest Montana has drawn attention to an overdue federal conservation plan that includes $2.6 million in funding from BNSF Railway to mitigate bear-human conflicts on the landscape
The $33.7 million bond would have added 24 teaching spaces and additional facilities to accommodate student growth over the next 20 years
This fall, take a hike to one of dozens of historic fire lookouts that dot ridgelines throughout Northwest Montana, offering historic designations and spectacular viewsBy Micah Drew
Documentary film showcasing former Blackfeet Lady Griz basketball player Malia Kipp will be broadcast nationwide across PBS affiliatesBy Micah Drew
North Valley Music School launches program to give Flathead Valley youth an ensemble of opportunityBy Tristan Scott
Library supporters rallied on Monday to protest a trustee decision to eliminate programming related to national Banned Books Week
The Interior Department is funding restoration projects of keystone species in Glacier, Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks
Our communities are better equipped than ever to catch breast cancer in the early stages
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
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Skateboarders and bikers took their first turns on the city’s expanded skatepark, which is now the second largest in Montana
"Matilda Jr." tells the tale of a bookish girl, with hidden powers, who finds herself at odds with her unfriendly parents and cruel school headmistress Miss Trunchbull
Protecting children is exactly what the 2023 Legislature set out to do when it passed Senate Bill 99
Every day newcomers arrive with fresh ideas on how the Flathead should best progress and who governs the way we grow
The states must act under Article V of the U.S. Constitution to hold a convention of the states to propose amendments seeking fiscal restraints on Congress
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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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