The winter wildlife closure on Mount Jumbo’s South Zone remains due to greater than normal snowpack on the mountain.
March 19, 2019
The FDA announced the approval of an intravenous infusion of the drug brexanolone, which will be sold as Zulresso.
Flathead High School students are developing the school’s first coffee shop, made by students and for students.
Stevensville Elementary teacher Mara Johnson is the winner of a One Class at a Time grant sponsored by Republic Services and KPAX-TV.
A retired US Forest Service officer is training drug sniffing dogs in the Flathead Valley, with the hopes of accurate drug seizures for law enforcement.
The jury found him not guilty of one count of aggravated animal cruelty and five counts of cruelty to animals.
Governor Steve Bullock is announcing the formation of a “Grizzly Bear Advisory Council”, helping to set up the state to take a more active roll in management of the big bears.
Construction of a new concession building at the Missoula County Fairgrounds is set to begin in the coming weeks, though the project won’t open until the 2020 fair.
A year later, the Griz have nearly the same roster, but this time with more experience and some confidence headed into Round 2 with the Wolverines.
Montana’s hunting regulations have a new look and the goal is to make them more user-friendly.
Katie Wheeler, 28, appeared in Lewis and Clark County Justice Court Monday on charges for attempted arson and partner/family member assault.
There is help for homeowners – and that’s new since Missoula took over the water company, Councilwoman Stacie Anderson pointed out.
Frozen pipes may not be as much of a worry around much of Montana any longer, but there’s another concern to watch out for.
Emergency Services officials are continuing their recent efforts to help folks get ready as temperatures increase and snow and ice accumulations begin to melt.
The measure would let resort communities vote to increase their resort tax by 1%, as long as all revenue goes into a specific infrastructure project.