A Flathead County jury in July convicted Jonathan Douglas Shaw of two felony counts of deliberate homicide and attempted deliberate homicide following a September 2021 shootoutBy Maggie Dresser
Election officials seek to redo Kalispell election after administration error disenfranchised up to 1,413 voters
National Park Service officials say the first major fee increases since 2007 will align campground rates in the park with those outside of Glacier
Festive lights, live music, hot drinks, and Santa Claus will feature prominently in a slate of events that begins Dec. 1
The ruling delivered a temporary win for the social media company that has argued Montana's Republican-controlled Legislature went “completely overboard” in trying to regulate the app
Sibanye-Stillwater announced the layoffs at the only platinum and palladium mines in the United State
From musical theater to martial arts, the art of balancing your children’s extracurricular activities and interests is a rarefied parenting skillBy Katie Cantrell
For more than 40 years, the Glacier Mountaineering Society has helped its members explore the farthest reaches of Glacier National Park while promoting an ethic of stewardship and safety. Now, following the recent deaths of some of its most dedicated members, the next generation of climbers is taking up the mantle.By Tristan Scott
An interview with Kalispell Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Lorraine ClarnoBy Beacon Staff
The Montana Association of Counties asked the governor’s office to reconsider its directive to collect the full state-level school equalization tax this year, which is set to bring in an additional $99 million in revenue
The $30,411 grant through the Flathead National Forest and Flathead Resource Advisory Committee will help improve a dozen access sites that don’t meet standards
Whitefish Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine focuses on clinically proven, results-driven methods that provide long term relief for patients
From Main Street to mom-and-pop, find out why local matters
Our communities are better equipped than ever to catch breast cancer in the early stages
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With high hopes for an incoming storm, Blacktail anticipates solid snow cover, encourages public to snow dance
Homemade vanilla wafers and honey take these cookies to the next level of deliciousness, but the key flavor infusion comes from making them well before the holidays
We worked to improve public safety by cracking down on violent criminals, helping crime victims, and supporting law enforcement
In addition to considering gifts for your loved ones, you might want to think about charitable gifts as well
Why would Montana residents be interested in footing the bill and bankrupting the state?
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At a pair of recent binational meetings, tribal and First Nation governments said any solution to pollution in the international watershed must include IJC intervention, with Sen. Tester urging a unilateral reference if Canada refuses to engage
City council elections were held Nov. 7 in Kalispell, Columbia Falls and Whitefish, where voters also approved reallocating a portion of the resort tax for community housing
Hundreds of housing units are cropping up in the once-empty area northwest of Kalispell. With limited resources at its disposal, one small, rural school district is left to accommodate the wave of new children moving to the area.
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