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Learning Through Loss

Following the deaths by suicide of eight teenagers in 16 months, prevention leaders, educators and mental health experts seek solutions in the Flathead Valley

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The 2021 Hunting Preview

Prospects for bagging game in Northwest Montana are looking up as the season kicks off with more hunters heading afield

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Saving the Mansion on the Hill

Somers native Jasmine Morton has always loved the mysterious yellow house overlooking Flathead Lake, and now she and her husband are restoring the historic Somers Mansion to its former glory

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2A Fed Bear

Another busy summer along the remote North Fork Flathead River has led to a spate of incidents involving unsecured garbage and grizzly bears this summer, culminating in the recent death of a well-known resident sow who lived among the locals for nearly two decades, as well as her three yearling cubs

3Learning Through Loss

Following the deaths by suicide of eight teenagers in 16 months, prevention leaders, educators and mental health experts seek solutions in the Flathead Valley

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Football

  • Friday, Sep. 17

  • Sentinel 29

    Glacier 21

  • Butte 38

    Flathead 7

  • Columbia Falls 48

    Libby 0

  • Polson 62

    Ronan 8

  • Bigfork 20

    Jefferson 19

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  • Tuesday, Sep. 14

  • Glacier 6

    Big Sky 0

  • Bigfork 2

    Polson 1

  • Whitefish 4

    Columbia Falls 1

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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

Learning Through Loss

Flathead Beacon assistant managing editor Tristan Scott joins host Micah Drew to discuss his approach to reporting on recent suicides in the Flathead Valley and what resources are available to students and community members

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