Last week, when looking for a little extra something…
Jordan is at it again and has raised another crop of amazing pumpkins and gourds for his annual Pumpkins for a Cause event. This is his 6th year growing pumpkins to support area non-profit organizations, picking a different charity each year. Jordan and family open up their farm one aftern…
Lt. Fred Hixenbaugh, Capt. Bill Faulconer, Lt. Lloyd Sawyers and Lt. David Sutton died July 23, 1962 during a training mission from Dyess Air Force Base in Texas, when the B-47 bomber they were flying crashed into the side of Emigrant Peak.
CHOTEAU, MT - UPDATE: On 9/27/2020, the Teton County Health Department received notice from Montana Department of Public Health & Human Services (DPHHS) that three Teton County residents have tested positive for novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the total number of laboratory-confir…
With the continuing concerns over COVID, the Augusta Area Historical Society did not publicize the gathering Sunday at the Augusta Museum to honor the late Audrey VanDeRiet. But in a tight-knit community like Augusta, the word gets out.
BILLINGS, Mont. - In the Montana Senate race, incumbent Senator Steve Daines and Governor Steve Bullock weighed in on President Trump's goal of naming a new Supreme Court justice to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Recently, after the Sun Times published the story, “Kyona Yeager Recovering After Sudden Illness, Life Flight To Salt Lake City Hospital,” [see https://bit.ly/35X3PQm] the story was picked up by the Great Falls Tribune.
A former teacher who briefly worked for Bryant Elementary School in Helena was arrested on suspicion of possessing child pornography.
BOZEMAN, Mont., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Keith Smith, CEO of global leader in financial technology innovation, Payouts Network, will present on Wednesday, November 11, 2020 at Co-Brand and Travel Rewards 2020 as organized by Ai Events.
During a recent visit to the Sidney Herald offices, Kristen Juras was relaxed and well-prepared. The Republican Lt. Governor candidate also appeared fearless.
A judge gave a Butte woman a five-year suspended sentence Wednesday for allegedly posting death threats toward police officers, probation officers, prosecutors and others involved in her child custody cases.
The identity of the 61-year-old woman who lost control of her vehicle at around 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 6, and went through a garage at 822 N. Main St., has not yet been released.
Gov. Steve Bullock said Tuesday that he does not plan to implement additional public health restrictions in response to a recent spike in coronavirus cases but urged Montanans to continue to wear masks and to practice social distancing.