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Community of Inclusion

As Flathead Valley lawmakers promote measures in the Montana Legislature targeting the rights of LGBTQ individuals, local advocates and faith-based communities are sending messages of support

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The 2021 Jobs Issue

A rapid economic recovery is illuminating old dilemmas: a tight job market, lack of childcare and expensive housing

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On the Road to a Record Year

As Glacier National Park braces for what experts anticipate may be the busiest summer on record, administrators are introducing new tools to navigate a complex set of challenges

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1A Banner Year on Big Mountain

With a 20% increase in skiers and snowboarders over its previous busiest winter, Whitefish Mountain Resort continues to chart record growth and invest in improvements, including plans for its first six-pack chair lift

2Sober-Living Facilities to Open in Kalispell

Jack Ryan Recovery Centers launches in the Flathead Valley, offering sober houses for women starting April 15; separate detox program in Costa Rica is now accepting scholarship applications for Flathead residents

3Under The Big Sky Returns

Following a widely celebrated 2019 inaugural event, the festival is returning to Whitefish after a one-year hiatus with a lineup of national stars and local acts

4Confection Perfection

A winding road brought Hungry Horse native Aurora Darling back to the Flathead Valley, where she now creates beautiful and delicious cakes and treats at Ephemera Confection in downtown Kalispell

5A Trail Runs Through It

Kalispell Downtown Association Executive Director Pam Carbonari on the city's new trail

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Project 7

A six-part series on notorious Flathead Valley militia leader David Burgert, who vanished into the wilderness after a shootout with sheriff's deputies in 2011

The Music Issue

North Valley Music School Executive Director Deidre Corson on how the nonprofit expanded its reach during the pandemic and its plan to 'take over the world with music'

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